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March 27, 2012   Local Business Leader, Nicholas Mastroianni II, is working to bring new jobs and real estate development to the South Florida market.   Palm Beach Gardens, FL   With the economy continually recovering, local business leader, Nicholas Mastroianni II, is helping to do his part to ensure it stays on the right path....

March 27th, 2012   In a recent testimony before the House Education Committee in Washington D.C., the Governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder vied to extend the EB-5 Program.  The EB-5 program allows foreigners to invest in United States, USCIS Approved, projects that stimulate the U.S. economy. EB-5 participants will make an investment...

March 26, 2012   Local Business Leader, Nicholas Mastroianni II, supports local community by donating to local charity, Friends of Jupiter Beach.   The local real estate development company, Allied Capital and Development of South Florida, headed by Nicholas Mastroianni II, is donating the use of Harbourside Place real estate to the local charity...

March 26, 2012   Nicholas Mastroianni helps raise money to help children with Muscular Dystrophy attend summer camp.   Florida Regional Center executive, Nicholas Mastroianni, recently helped raise money to send children affected with Muscular Dystrophy to a specialized summer camp.  The goal of the program was to give children with muscular dystrophy conditions,...

March 26, 2012   Florida Regional Center Executive, Nicholas Mastroianni, Supports MS Through Donation to Local Cyclist.   World Wide and Local Cyclists alike are gearing up to participate in the world famous Bike MS Break Away to Key Largo.   Nicholas Mastroianni of the Florida Regional Center saw this as an opportunity to...

March 23, 2012   The Florida Regional Center’s EB-5 Project, Harbourside Place, received the first I-526 petition approval from the USCIS post new rules and regulations regarding job creation numbers calculation.   In the past several months, the USCIS has begun to more stringently review the document criteria needed to approve an EB-5 Visa...

March 22nd, 2012   A recent report by Capital Economics stated that they expect the housing crisis to end this year, according to a report released Tuesday.  The rest of the report follows below:   One of the reasons: loosening credit. The analytics firm notes the average credit score required to attain a mortgage...