Miami-Dade Mayor Addresses Strength of Local Real Estate Market with Coldwell Banker Realty

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava recently joined a Coldwell Banker Realty informational meeting to address more than 100 real estate professionals from the company’s Miami Beach and Key Biscayne offices.

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava recently joined a Coldwell Banker Realty informational meeting to address more than 100 real estate professionals from the company’s Miami Beach and Key Biscayne offices. The mayor’s presence at Coldwell Banker Realty’s event represents an important collaboration between local government and leading real estate experts, who provide key real estate services and representation to the residents in South Florida.

Mayor Levine Cava spoke about the county’s commitment to real estate development, affordable housing, infrastructure, transportation, the environment and other topics. Her appearance comes on the heels of the recent “Building Blocks Housing Summit,” where the mayor unveiled initiatives for increased pathways for housing solutions in the local market.

[Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava (Left) and Nancy Klock Corey, Coldwell Banker Regional Vice President of South Florida (Right) at the Coldwell Banker event]

“Miami-Dade is at the forefront of the affordability crisis as one of the most expensive regions in the country – but through our collective work we are putting it at the forefront of housing solutions with cutting-edge innovations and new partnerships to meet the housing needs of our residents and lead the way nationwide,” said Mayor Levine Cava. “I am grateful that our real estate leaders are coming together to talk about how we can all build a Miami-Dade where all people can afford to live, work and thrive.”

“Realtors have long been an important group of professionals in local communities, providing advocacy and support of policies that build strong communities and promote policy initiatives that strengthen the ability of South Floridians to own, buy and sell real estate property, said Nancy Klock Corey, Regional Vice President of Coldwell Banker Realty. “We are thrilled that we were able to host Mayor Levine Cava to provide a real-time update on the local government efforts to attract development and help local citizens own properties. Our Coldwell Banker real estate professionals are committed to being the local market experts to best represent their clients, and this type of continued awareness and education is essential to staying well informed.”

“We were proud to have Mayor Levine Cava provide our agents a vital real estate update, which is information that equips our agents to best inform their clients as their trusted real estate advisors,” said Michael Suarez, Coldwell Banker Realty Manager. “It was wonderful of the mayor to take time out of her extremely busy schedule to offer our agents a valuable update on Miami-Dade County.”

Florida recently came in as the No. 1 state destination being searched in America for a move, according to recent data from Coldwell Banker’s Move MeterSM (based on all searches conducted March-June 2022. The state also had three of the top 10 cities in the U.S. being searched.

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