Brickell Flatiron Lower Rates to Attract International Investors
Located in Miami’s friendliest neighborhood, according to National Geographic, the Brickell Flatiron tower is reaching its peak, attracting the latest select group of local and international buyers at a reduced rate.
The project is nearing the end of the 64-story building with over 90% of its 527 units sold. To celebrate, developer Ugo Colombo, from CMC Group, has decided to reduce the down payment requirement to 30%. The project has been approved by Fannie Mae’s Project Eligibility Review Service (PERS), which accelerates the financial approval process by expanding to a wide range of reliable sources of funding for buyers.
For international clients, that can use the project as a second home or as an investment, it is also interesting to be able to make less deposit and find a payment plan through international loans.
“As we achieved our sales goals and our funding was fully covered, we can make down payment requirements more flexible. This decision, coupled with Fannie Mae’s approval of the building, will give buyers even more reason to buy in Brickell Flatiron,” says Kari Fernandez, Brickell Flatiron’s sales manager.
Once completed, Brickell Flatiron will be one of South Florida’s tallest buildings. With its distinctive curvilinear exterior shape, the building, designed by architect Luis Revuelta was completed in December 2018 and is in the last details to be delivered in 2019.
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