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    Daily Business Review | Perceived Miami Condo Slowdown Could Result in Missed Opportunity

    Tuesday, March 07, 2017

    A few of the biggest players in the Miami condominium development game have publicly declared the city's condominium market to be heading for a potentially prolonged slowdown and are pivoting to rental apartment and commercial and industrial projects. They perceive Miami's condominium market to be oversaturated, basing that notion on several indicators, but primarily the market's historical absorption cycles. 

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