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Print Media

Interview With Voyage Miami Magazine

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lex Levinrad. Lex, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? I was a stockbroker and money manager...

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Single-family rentals on the rise in South Florida

Nearly a quarter of all single-family homes in South Florida were occupied by tenants or available for lease last year, according to a report that underscores the changing profile of...

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Pembroke Pines a Top Market for Flipping Houses

When it comes to flipping houses, investors should head to Pembroke Pines, a new report shows. Pembroke Pines ranks No. 18 on a list of the nation's best housing markets for...

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Home flipping rises slightly in South Florida

sing home prices have chased investors from the market, but flipping properties remained a viable and lucrative option in South Florida last year, new data show. Flips accounted for 8.6 percent...

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Fuerte la reventa de viviendas en el sur de Florida

Incluso mientras los precios de los bienes raíces se disparan, la reventa de viviendas sigue siendo un gran negocio en el sur de la Florida. Aunque ahora es más difícil hacer...

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Lessons Learned From Home Flippers

Lex Levinrad is getting phone calls. More than he can handle. His Boca Raton-based Distressed Real Estate Institute is flooded with requests these days from regular people — teachers, plumbers,...

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South Florida home flippers still on the hunt as prices rise

Even as local real-estate prices soar, home flipping is still a big business in South Florida. While it’s getting harder to find a good deal, flippers say they’re riding the wave...

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Housing market: Home flipping falls in first quarter

Home flipping declined across South Florida in the first quarter, but the region was still among the nation's most active for home flippers, a new report shows. There were 882 flips...

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It’s a good time to be a landlord

Phil Schaal owns three rental houses in Pompano Beach and one in Lantana. He bought with an eye on the future. "In today's market, being a landlord is one the best...

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Housing market: Cash is king in South Florida

Never mind the rising price of homes. Buyers are coming with fistfuls of cash. In fact, homebuyers in South Florida now pay cash more often than they get a mortgage. During the...

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‘Zombie’ foreclosures on the decline across South Florida

The number of "zombie" homes in South Florida has dropped from a year ago, though these distressed properties still make up a sizable part of the region's foreclosure market. At the...

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‘Zombie’ foreclosures linger in South Florida

Foreclosures of abandoned homes are declining locally, though the numbers still outpace most areas nationwide, a new report shows. Palm Beach County had 2,749 so-called zombie foreclosures at the end of...

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House flipping in South Florida up only 8 percent

House flipping in South Florida rose only 8 percent last year after nearly doubling a year earlier as investors start to focus on other areas, a new report shows. In 2013,...

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Foreclosures increase in August across Broward, Palm Beach

After declining for 14 straight months, new foreclosure cases suddenly spiked in August, a new report shows. Lenders filed 238 foreclosures last month in Palm Beach County, up 10 percent from...

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South Florida’s Wave Of Cash Home Sales Is Shutting Out Entry-Level Buyers

In South Florida, 69 percent of all home sales last month were cash deals -- and that's way above the national average. Across the state, 66 percent of home sales were...

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Home flipping falls as South Florida prices rise

Higher prices led to fewer flipped homes across South Florida in the third quarter, a new report shows. Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties had 940 flips in July, August and...

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Florida Leads Nation In Cash Only Home Sales

Florida led the nation last month with what one expert called an "astounding" rate of all-cash home sales: 66 percent, a new report shows. Investor groups, international...

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Foreclosure home sales slip in South Florida

Sales of South Florida homes in some stage of foreclosure fell in the first quarter of the year, according to a report released today by RealtyTrac. From January through March, there...

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Mortgage underwater? Here are options to keep from drowning

In today's troubled real estate waters, homeowners facing the rising tide of underwater mortgages have two choices: sink or swim. Consider that approximately 23 percent of those with a mortgage—some...

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Television Media

Lex presentation at the Gold Coast School of Real Estate

Lex on the Travel Channel Featuring Frank McKinney’s $29 million Aqua Liana

See Lex on the Today Show On Flipping Houses

Tips On Making Offers On REO’s On Flipnerd TV

Investing In Florida Real Estate on Flip Nerd TV

Lex Levinrad Coaching Program TV Infomercial