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March 16, 2016 4:37 PM

New financial disclosure rules unlikely to slow Miami market

Starting this month, details about all-cash residential purchases over $1 million in Miami-Dade must be reported to the federal government

Panelists included developer David Martin, lawyer Meredith Singer, accounting firm partner Alan Lips and Realtor Jeff Morr

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