Fewer Cash Sales Actually Good News For South Florida

, Daily Business Review


Fewer cash sales in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties isn't necessarily bad news--it may mean a better market for mortgages.

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  • Rich Urban

    That‘s interesting news...As real estate wholesalers, we haven‘t seen any slow down in cash purchases in South FL.

    Rich Urban

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