Feds expand crackdown on secret real estate deals beyond Miami, Manhattan

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The move is part of a broader crackdown on money laundering in American real estate. Feds expand crackdown on secret real estate deals beyond Miami, Manhattan | Bradenton Herald SECTIONS

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Feds Want to Know Who’s Behind Purchases in #1 Cash Real Estate Market Miami. The percentage of deals made with all cash dipped in 2015 to just under 50 percent. Tampa, FL. Cash sales are still common in Tampa, but they’ve dropped below half of all transactions, to 47.8 percent. Cleveland, OH.