El empresario argentino que en 1983 fundó Fortune International Group en Miami explica cómo funciona el desarrollo del mercado inmobiliario en la ciudad americana.
-¿Cómo analiza el mercado en Miami, cree que hay exceso de unidades en construcción, y que los precios bajarán?
- No veo que vayan a caer significativamente, porque el comprador ha puesto 50 por ciento de depósito en su compra y puede financiar el otro 50 por ciento, de manera que sin poner más dinero, toma posesión sin problema. Lo que sí veo es una reducción de potencial inventario para futuros proyectos.
When looking for a new property, kids are often left out the equation. As parents, it's important to not only make sure the area is safe for your family, but also that there is something for everyone to enjoy. After checking the boxes, like making sure the schools are good, we don't think about what is available for the kids to enjoy.
Now, there is a place made with kids in mind. If you have a family or looking to start one in the future, The Ritz-Carlton Residences has the answer to that. In 2019, their new development will be coming to Sunny Isles Beach, FL that is sure to be family-friendly.
New Yorkers have always invested in Miami real estate, and in recent years there has been a fast growing number of Hamptonites specifically who are migrating south for an extended off-season. With the power of new world class developments like the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach it's no surprise that many East Enders are trading in their snow boots and choosing to maintain an oceanfront lifestyle year round. With a quick and easy two and a half hour flight, multiple private airports, and a new level of buildings, service, art, dining, shopping. Miami checks every box!
The Hamptons recently served as a unique backdrop for a special private preview of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach. Joint developers Fortune International Group and Château Group hosted an intimate cocktail at restaurant in Southampton to showcase their project and its remaining homes to prospective buyers. Completion of the 212-residence building is slated for 2019. The condominium tower, which will have no hotel on the premises, is being touted as one of the most anticipated offerings to enter the market. While enjoying hors d’oeuvres and signature drinks, guests of the exclusive outdoor event, which took place July 16, were treated to highlights of the condominium tower, which features designs by Arquitectonica and interiors by acclaimed Florentine architect Michele Bönan. The event coincided with the developers securing registration in New York to market and sell the last available residences