A view of downtown Miami and waterway. Three factors coincided to fuel Russian interest in Miami real estate in the late 2000’s: the extraordinary growth of Russian wealth, the desire among these Russians for a stable economy and political system, and the bursting of Miami’s real estate “bubble,” resulting in thousands of brand-new condo units at bargain-basement prices.
A view of downtown Miami and waterway. Three factors coincided to fuel Russian interest in Miami real estate in the late 2000’s: the extraordinary growth of Russian wealth, the desire among these Russians for a stable economy and political system, and the bursting of Miami’s real estate “bubble,” resulting in thousands of brand-new condo units at bargain-basement prices. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
A view of downtown Miami and waterway. Three factors coincided to fuel Russian interest in Miami real estate in the late 2000’s: the extraordinary growth of Russian wealth, the desire among these Russians for a stable economy and political system, and the bursting of Miami’s real estate “bubble,” resulting in thousands of brand-new condo units at bargain-basement prices. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

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