It is as if you’ve entered a prestigious country club or five-star hotel when you first arrive at 5 Harborage, an expansive estate inside an exclusive waterfront community in Fort Lauderdale.
For anyone who has ever driven past their dream house and wondered if it would ever go on sale, wonder no longer.
Unmasking suspected squatters isn’t simple because they are turning up in homes that are up for sale.
During the Florida real estate boom of the mid-2000s, one of the most lucrative ways to make a living — or commit fraud — was to be a mortgage broker.
Miami’s depressed condo market is getting a boost from abroad.