From atop any gleaming, half-sold condo project, South Florida's housing market looks bleak.
Viewed from abroad, it looks brighter.
International shoppers from Europe and Latin America to Canada and South Africa are again scoping out bargains, agents say. The U.S. dollar has slid to record lows against the euro, home prices are falling, and the selection is huge and getting bigger. And the region remains a safe haven for sheltering wealth from tyrants and turmoil.
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