for Broward or Miami commercial real estate or investment properties?
can also find these properties by searching in the MLS
(Multiple Listing Service). Just click on the "Multiple
Listing Search," button, choose "Commercial"
or "Multi-Family" under the "Property
Type" button on the mid upper left hand side of the search
screen, choose the cities you are interested in, and click on "Search."
Or you can call me and I will be happy to help you find what you are
something you like in Broward or Dade County?
me at (954)
me an email. I'll make arrangements to show it to you
of the search links will open up in a new browser window. The HUD homes
and foreclosure links will take you to external sites that are not affiliated
with this page.
can be a confusing term. It refers to a three part process:
Begins when the property owner misses payments (becoming "delinquent"),
resulting in not meeting the financial obligation of paying the
mortgage and the lender starts the foreclosure process with a "notice
(can also be referred as a "step sale" or "trustee's
sale") The stage where the property is put up for auction by
lender. After the sale, what remains after any fees and other charges
will go to repay the lender. (If there is any left
over money, the homeowner can be repaid as well.)
This is referring to a property that has not sold at the auction
and is then repossessed. Once repossessed, it is usually referred
to as a REO (Real Estate Owned), by a government agency or a lender.
Maps: Google Maps, Street View and Virtual Earth in an embeddable
and Miami Dade County
Municipalities and links:
Here are names of many of the cities, towns, and villiages that
compose Broward and Miami Dade Counties. Most have a government website
that you can peruse.
These links have been provided for your convenience. Clicking on the
city website will automatically open up a new browser window.
For those of you who are not familiar with the area, the two counties
border each other. Broward County is directly north of Miami Dade County.
Both counties border on the Atlantic Ocean to the east, resulting in
many miles of oceanfront and beachfront properties and many opportunities
for enjoying the mild winter weather in this area. Also, for those out
of towners, South Beach, at times referred to as, "SoBe,"
is located within the city of Miami Beach.