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Revuelta Inducted into Miami Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame

In what is known as one of the college’s most important celebrations, Miami Dade College (MDC) honored some of its most outstanding alumni, including Luis Revuelta, founder of Revuelta, Vega and Leon, P.A., at its sixth annual Alumni Hall

Prodigy International Relocates, Names Alper New CEO

As Prodigy International continues to grow, sign on more projects in New York and expand its operation worldwide, the global real estate firm has relocated the Miami headquarters in the Four Seasons Tower to a loft-style office at 72

Coldwell Affiliates with Daniel DeCaro Real Estate Auctions

Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate has announced its affiliation with Daniel DeCaro Real Estate Auctions. The partnership will allow Coldwell to provide auction services to their clients who request an auction on their property. For over 25 years, Daniel

Cervera Lamadrid Appointed to Development Committee of The Mercy Foundation

Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, president of RCRS, a leading real estate brokerage firm in South Florida, has been appointed to sit on the development committee of the Mercy Foundation, the principal fund-raising arm for Mercy Hospital, located in downtown Miami.

Cababie Brothers Announce New Leadership Structure

Elias Cababie, chairman of GICSA and his brother, Abraham Cababie, CEO, have put in place a new management team to lead Cabi Developers, the U.S. subsidiary of GICSA, whose CEO Jacobo Cababie passed away suddenly on January 26,

Byrne Elected President of RCA

The Realtors Commercial Alliance of Greater Miami and the Beaches (RCA) has elected Tom Byrne of Esslinger, Wooten, Maxwell Inc. as their 2008 President. He and the entire Board of Governors were recently installed at The Country Club of

Brickell Financial Centre Signs Bilzin Sumberg

Brickell Financial Centre signed the law firm of Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP to a 10-year lease in its phase one tower. Bilzin Sumberg’s 115,000-square-foot lease marks a 30,000-square-foot expansion for the firm, taking up more than

BCArchitects Principals Cohan and Fons Receive LEED Accreditation

Lawrence S. Cohan and Adan Fons, principals of BCArchitects, a full-service architectural firm with offices in Coral Gables and Celebration, Florida, recently received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED

HUD Mortgage-Assistance Program Wanted

After nearly a decade of trying, Democrats will again push for legislation this year estab- lishing an assistance program to help families on the verge of foreclosure make their mort- gage payments for up to three years. The program,

Wells Fargo Revamps Marketing to Hispanic Borrowers

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage has created a new joint venture to market home loans to Hispanic borrowers, which will employ bilingual loan consultants and provide “a culturally sensitive home financing experience tailored to their needs,” the company says. The

Manhattan Real Estate Marches On

Never say ‘die’ when it comes to New York real estate. He is definitely putting his money where his mouth is…lots of it. Silverstein is paying $8 billion to rebuild office space at the World Trade Center site, and

DOJ Details Plans in Lawsuit Against Realtors

If the antitrust lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department against the National Association of Realtors (NAR) proceeds to trial, the United States plans to call the Realtor association’s general counsel, ZipRealty’s CFO, the former president and CEO for

Social Networking Reaches Real Estate

Online communities give voice to their members The infamous “80-20” rule of real estate – the notion that 20 percent of Realtors do 80 percent of the business – works similarly in the case of online com- munities, said

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