Brokerage Advisory Development

South Florida Real Estate

Allied Realty Group is a full-service real estate brokerage firm located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of personalized client service in the following areas:

Commercial Real Estate Brokerage

Allied Realty Group currently serves as landlord broker, tenant representative, and property manager with a geographic focus on Broward County, Florida. Our firm’s commercial property transaction experience is concentrated in the areas of office, industrial and investment brokerage. We are property owners and managers in the South Florida commercial real estate market and our clients benefit from our local knowledge and expertise.

Residential Real Estate Brokerage

The Allied Realty Group residential team serves as the exclusive broker for a variety of financial institutions in the management and sale of distressed single family and multi-family properties.  Our team will inspect, repair, market and dispose of REO properties in a manner that mitigates bank losses.

Allied Realty Group’s REO assignment territory is Broward County, Florida and we complete broker price opinions (BPO’s) for banks on a daily basis. All of our residential brokerage clients appreciate our extensive market insight since we are actively visiting properties and preparing comprehensive valuations for asset managers.

Market Outlook

Housing prices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach

Will rising mortgage rates bend or break the housing market?

By Jonathan Lakso | February 25, 2021

Last year was an unexpectedly amazing year for real estate prices in South Florida.  The COVID-19 pandemic kept people in…

Miami housing prices go nuts!

Can you spot a housing bubble?

By Jonathan Lakso | January 28, 2021

Does anyone think that housing prices in South Florida have spiraled out of control?  During the second half of 2020,…

Housing prices continue to climb

Will house prices continue to climb?

By Jonathan Lakso | January 23, 2021

Not many people could have predicted how the pandemic would impact real estate markets in 2020.  Our first chart today…