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Hurricane Prep For Condo Residents

High-rise living can have its down side when a hurricane strikes. Here’s what you need to know.

CBS4–08/30/2011

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European Buyers Snatching Up Prime South Florida Real Estate

Miami’s depressed condo market is getting a boost from abroad.

CBS4–08/01/2011

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Chinese Drywall Installed In Sunrise Condos Damaged By Hurricane Wilma

Condo residents who went through years of aggravation to get their homes repaired after Hurricane Wilma are being forced from their homes again.

CBS4–06/27/2011

Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Carole Rome as they arrive for the Bloomberg After party in Washington. The governor is engaged to  Rome after he popped the question to her Thursday, July 3, 2008 at his St. Petersburg, Fla. apartment. (Source: AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

Crist’s Wife Sells Her Condo For $3.5 Million

The wife of former Gov. Charlie Crist has sold her ritzy condo near Miami for $3.5 million.

CBS4–06/25/2011

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3 Miami Workers Stranded When Scaffolding Collapses

Three workers at a high-rise Miami condominium had some scary moments Friday morning when the scaffolding they were standing on malfunctioned.

CBS4–06/24/2011

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One Year Later Questions, Warnings Linger About Lauderhill Fire

Time has stopped at 1590 Park South in Lauderhill.

CBS4–05/12/2011

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Rain Blamed For Lauderdale Lakes Apt. Roof Collapse

A day after a heavy downpour left more than 100 people at a Lauderdale Lakes apartment complex nearly homeless, those living on the first and second floor were allowed back in, but only briefly.

CBS4–04/30/2011

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Broward Sues Deerfield Beach Condo In “Prescription Pet” Case

Broward County is suing a condominium association on behalf of a Deerfield Beach widow after the woman said the condo does not allow her to keep her ‘prescription pet.’

CBS4–04/01/2011

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Evacuated Sunrise Residents Get New Backyard

Some Sunrise condo residents have bigger backyards, thanks to the city repairing them after they sunk into a canal.

CBS4–02/05/2011

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