Author: Nicholas L. Mau

Welcome to the Team Jacob!

FirstPointe Advisors, LLC is excited to announce the addition of Jacob Koppelman to the team! Jacob, a standout student and recent graduate of Florida State University’s College of Business joins the firm as an Analyst following a successful summer internship with FirstPointe Advisors, LLC during the summer of 2017. Jacob is an excellent addition to the…

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Florida Legislative Update – March 2018

In February, our very own Brian DePotter spent a few days in Tallahassee with the NAIOP legislative board, meeting with our local representatives to discuss issues that affect the real estate industry. On March 11, Florida Lawmakers finished their annual session two days after their scheduled ending of March 9. The main focus was the $89…

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FirstPointe Advisors Managing Partner, Brian DePotter selected as a 2017 NAIOP Developing Leader Award Recipient

FirstPointe Advisors, LLC would like to congratulate all seven of the 2017 Developing Leader Award recipients.  The annual award honors up-and-coming professionals under the age of 35 for their exceptional professional accomplishments, strong leadership and community involvement. Please read the announcement from NAIOP and join us in congratulating all of the award recipients. We are especially…

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Palm Beach County 2017 Tax Roll is Approved by DOR

The Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s 2017 Tax Roll has been approved by the Department of Revenue (DOR). Taxpayers can expect their TRIM Notice to be mailed on August 21, 2017 with the appeal deadline to follow 25 days later on September 14, 2017. With property values continuing to increase, it is important for a qualified…

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Broward County Property Owners, be prepared!

As reported by the Sun Sentinel, “Broward County property values increased 7.8 percent last year. When $2.4 billion in new construction is added in, the total jump is 9.3 percent.” Broward County Property Owners should expect to receive their TRIM notice within the next 45 days. In order to appeal, a petition will need to be…

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