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Cash buyers and new designs shaping Miami real estate, Cervera says

July 17, 2013 · The Real Deal

The influx of new building designs and cash buyers in Miami are two ways in which the pre-2008 real estate cycle has shaped the city’s market today, Alicia Cervera of Cervera Real Estate told StreetEasy in a video. Cervera said Miami is likely the most underleveraged city in the U.S., in that there are relatively no borrowed funds.

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