For years now, Miami has had a prominent spot of Forbes' annual "Most Miserable Cities" list. In 2006 we were sixth, second in 2011, and we took the dubious honor of being first last year. This year? We didn't even make the list!
Riptide was feeling all warm and fuzzy this morning. No, it wasn't just from all the vodka in our coffee. (What, like you don't start your day with a little 'Russian java'?) Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0The latest employment numbers came out this morning, and it looks like our Kanye-on-the-VMAs-esque dis ... More >>
Alex IzaguirreThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development sent affordable housing developers in Miami-Dade County an early Christmas present. This past October 16, HUD secretary Shaun Donovan announced 18 south Florida cities will receive $69 million for community development grants, hom ... More >>
The county's online property search doesn't disclose foreclosures.
The Banana has a friend named Betty, who earlier this year picked up a two-bedroom condo on Brickell Avenue for $109,000. Betty got the unit at a bargain because it was in foreclosure. But you wouldn't know that by checking the Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser's online property search databas ... More >>
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Miami's condo market is in the crapper
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German citizen Anton Philipp has bought a lot of property on Miami Beach. Now it doesn't look too hot.
They're parks, all right. The county says so. Never mind that most people can't actually use them.