Foreign investment is anticipated to rise in Miami in the wake of the city’s recent designation as an EB-5 Regional Center. The EB-5 program allows real estate developers to raise capital from foreign investors, who in turn can obtain a U.S. Green Card by investing a minimum of $500,000 in a commercial real estate project that creates U.S. jobs.While the city’s commercial real estate market has been the recipient of EB-5 funding in....

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