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Florida Realtors® News

The old rule: Kids grow up, leave the house and parents downsize. However, boomers today are hunkering down and hurting home supply in the move-up market.

12/11/2018 3:05:40 AM

You expand a customer base by building a relationship – the same thing you do when dating. And if you ask certain questions too early, you could ruin everything.

12/10/2018 3:22:03 AM

Trust no one. If your Mom emails, ask for ID. In a phishing scam, requests seemingly come from someone you know – don't open files or wire money without proof.

12/12/2018 4:03:43 AM

Developers are investing billions in senior complexes with high-end hotel or cruise-ship amenities as developers anticipate strong demand from boomers.

12/12/2018 3:44:48 AM

Calling it "the first feature of its kind among digital real estate companies," buyers text a realtor.com rep who calls them back and refers them to an agent.

12/11/2018 3:13:38 AM

Three fed agencies approved a proposal to allow automated appraisals on homes worth less than $400K; they'll be accepting public comments for the next 60 days. Learn more.

12/10/2018 3:20:46 AM

CoreLogic Home Equity Report: Fla. homeowners gained a little less on average, in the 3Q: $10K. U.S. increases are down year-to-year; in 3Q 2017, it was $16K.

12/10/2018 3:28:03 AM

Clock is ticking if you need coverage. NAR's Members Health Insurance Exchange can help members enroll in an individual medical plan from a variety of carriers.https://www.realtorsinsurancemarketplace.com/products/member-health-insurance-exchange/

12/11/2018 2:59:40 AM

Completed NAR's mandatory 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training? All Realtors must do so by Dec. 31 – the day the current two-year training cycle ends. Find out more.

12/12/2018 3:42:56 AM

Hurricanes generated more than $15 billion in Fla. claims over the past two years. Increasing AOB claims, notably in S. Fla., also have caused big national companies to largely leave the state in favor of smaller, Fla.-based insurers.

12/10/2018 3:27:15 AM