Moreland Architecture
Florida: AA26002007 Michigan: 1301057051 Maryland: 16343
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Your Architect at every showing

MA+SD Principal Randall Moreland is a licensed real estate agent with Coldwell Banker in Coconut Grove. In bringing his architectural and sustainable design expertise to real estate clients, Mr. Moreland can provide a unique set of services and information to allow for a better informed decision regarding what, where, when, and how to buy, sell,  lease, or utilize real estate property.

Housing Purchase - Whether single or multi-family, Mr. Moreland will provide insight into renovation and additional potential; location including walkability, public transit, and schools; zoning and code issues, etc. He will tap into his sustainability experience to review features of the home which may affect durability, maintenance, air quality, and utility costs.

Housing Sales - With the international reach of Coldwell Banker, home listings are extensively exposed locally and globally.  Using a designer's eye, Mr. Moreland can assist with proper marketing and staging to best position your house for quick sale at an optimal price.

Retail / Commercial Lease - Depending on the space and type of lease, tenant improvements can be restrictive and difficult.  Having an architect's input from the start can help avoid unanticipated issues.

Adaptive Reuse - Repurposing an existing building can be one of the most eco-friendly ways to create new places.  It can also be more effort than it's worth, which is why having an architect's input prior to purchase can save time and money.

Land for Development - MA+SD can provide a full zoning package for review prior to the real estate transaction in order to assist the purchaser in making a well informed decision.


Real Estate Contact Information

Moreland Real Estate

+ Sustainable Properties

Brokered by Coldwell Banker

Randall Moreland

2551 Trapp Avenue
Miami, Fl  33133

[786] 505 4326
[786] 505 4ECO


Miami Herald Article

Sustainable Design begins with site selection.
When possible, the ideal location is close to jobs, services, restaurants, entertainment, and public transit. Walking or bike riding to work or dinner can reduce costs and pollution significantly when compared to driving. Further, Sustainable Design is considering the building and site as a whole, interacting with its surroundings. It is integrating the systems inside and out in a most efficient manner. It is the selection of products and materials which find an optimum balance among responsible resource use, durability, life cycle cost, and health. It is building with a sensitivity to clean soil, water, and air.

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