The $114B proposal looks to renew affordable housing programs, lower insurance costs, add tax holidays, encourage growth and boost home mitigation.
Survey: Sellers who go-it alone are twice as likely to be unsatisfied with the experience – and more likely to say their earlier opinion, “agents are overpaid,” was wrong.
Citizens Property Ins. CEO Tim Cerio took issue with a Senate Budget committee info request, saying the Fla.-owned insurer has “never sought a federal bailout, period.”
University of Florida researchers found half of all households in Miami-Dade County are “cost-burdened,” with individuals pay more than 30% of their income on housing.
The 10-year U.S. Treasury’s volatile yield lately strikes fear in some commercial investors. 2023 was “a dismal year” after the cost of capital affected valuations.
A client gift says, “I appreciate your business” – and the more personalized the gift, the better. Consider, perhaps a mini-me bobblehead doll that looks like you.
Most (72%) real estate investors say the market is as good or better than it was last year, and 75% expect stability or improvements over the next six months.
The new-homes' growth rate fell in 3Q, as it did in the two previous quarters, says NAHB. Single-family and multifamily saw the biggest expansion in U.S. exurbs.
49K more policies could be moved out of Fla’s. “insurer of last resort” by Feb. 20, though it still has twice as many policies (1.4M) as No. 2 State Farm (630K).
Redfin released its annual housing forecast, predicting younger families will embrace the renter lifestyle with gusto in 2024, along with other thoughts on the new year.
As AI takes over more aspects of everyday life, the tech behind it will need more commercial space to operate – and companies with fewer employees will need less.
Florida Realtors: Remind friends, neighbors and clients to take precautions over the holidays like having a fire-resistant artificial tree or watering a real tree daily.
Lenders are offering free refinancing to get buyers into homes, but proceed with caution and read the fine print.
Newly allocated Hurricane Housing Recovery Program funds can be used to pay for repairs, insurance deductibles and down payments, among others.