The U.S. Treasury Department will now track wire transfers in seven luxury real estate markets, including South Florida, as it seeks to uncover money laundering.

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Wake up and smell the dirty money. That’s the message federal regulators are sending to the real estate industry in Miami and other high-priced housing markets. On Tuesday, the U.S. Treasury Department announced it would extend and expand a temporary initiative designed to uncover criminals laundering money through real estate. The decree.

Yesterday, the U.S. Treasury Department of its Geographic Targeting Orders (GTOs) of metropolitan areas to be scrutinized for cash transactions of luxury real estate to include Honolulu. In addition, Treasury’s financial intelligence unit, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), will now have the power to investigate wire transfers, or electronic exchanges of money between banks.

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MIAMI – The federal government says its hunt for dirty money in luxury real estate in South Florida and other high-priced housing markets is working – and the temporary initiative is being.

The hunt for dirty money in Miami real estate is working – and will continue, feds say June 15, 2018 Development in downtown Miami has boomed since the housing crash thanks to a flood of money from foreign investors.

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The federal decree comes at a bad time for Miami real estate. Overbuilding and a slump in wealthy foreign buyers are hurting sales. the average sales price for luxury condo units on Miami beach fell 21 percent year over year in the second quarter of 2017, according to a report from brokerage Douglas Elliman, Two thirds of those sales were cash.