Monday, January 6, 2014

Miami real estate market sees second straight year of growth

A slow but steady economic recovery along with pending real estate regulations may hinder some real estate markets in the U.S., but Miami seems to thrive regardless of uncertainty. For the second year in a row, the market for homes, condos and commercial real estate in Miami showed marked growth.

International buyers played a major role in rebuilding the market in Miami. According to the quarterly Elliman report, foreign investors flocked to the city because of its inimitable lifestyle. Eastern European, Middle Eastern and Asian companies attracted by the city's flourishing cultures see opportunities in reaching more than one market or demographic - not to mention impressive returns on commercial real estate. 

Also, pending fundamental changes in business practices like redesigning existing space to meet the needs of tenants, the booming market creates opportunities to build on-site. Companies can fill their new offices with furniture that is sturdy, reliable and well designed. Pairing great office furniture with international buyers looking to begin building in the Miami metropolitan area is a perfect match. When looking for furniture, buying from a reputable source can develop long-lasting relationships. You might strike deals on desks, ergonomic chairs or even build your own custom office station.

Want to create a comfortable, collaborative work environment? Visit the Office Furniture Warehouse website to complete your office landscape.

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