At first glance, it appears the real estate market this year slowed compared with 2017 and late 2016 when trophies were trading with ease. But don’t jump to conclusions.Ken Krasnow.
“The total volume might have gone down, but that’s not indicative of a lack of demand or a market that’s correcting or anything like that,” said Ken Krasnow, executive managing director at Colliers International South Florida.
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