The list advocates for many Realtor-backed issues, including a limit to COVID-19 liability lawsuits and a reduction of the tax on leased or rented commercial property.
The CDC eviction ban that ends Dec. 31 hasn’t stopped all evictions. Many renters don’t ask for it because they don’t know they’re protected, and the rule’s tight focus on pandemic-caused problems allows landlords to keep evicting tenants for a range of other reasons.
Pre-pandemic, tech firms had water-cooler, collaboration vibes; the focus now is permanent work-from-home options. How will that impact offices, cities and suburbs?
UF economist: Most pessimism stems from negative views of current personal financial situations – plus most Floridians expect only a slow U.S. recovery.
An older adult wants to make sure a favored relative gets her home, but an online search provided confusing details. What’s the best way to do it?
Virtual home tours have soared in popularity thanks to the pandemic – and the cost to create virtual tours has come down.
It’s #GivingTuesday – a time to help those who are less fortunate. Realtors support a huge range of charitable endeavors, including three backed by Florida Realtors.
Year-to-year pending sales surged 20.2%, but only one region – the South, which includes Fla. – had a month-to-month increase (0.1%). NAR Economist Yun thinks rising prices hurt affordability and deterred some buyers, but the lack of inventory is an ongoing problem.
Sudden market changes make it hard for commercial appraisers to find comparable sales, which adds an element of risk for investors – and for appraisers.
The most active season on record ended at midnight. Strong storm activity, notably in the latter half, still sent storms largely away from Sunshine State shores.