Need help? The Disaster Relief Fund accepts aid applications from members of the Realtor family, including real estate employees, Realtor board/associations and their staff. Want to help? Donations to the DRF directly support your real estate family.
Fla. activated the small biz Bridge Loan Program that provides short-term, interest-free loans. Also: insurers estimate $4.5B in damages – less than first feared.
More than 2,500 real estate professionals and respondents asked about "best leads" cited social media (47%), the MLS (32%) and their broker's website (29%).
The Fed raised short-term interest rates, and a general fear of future increases pushed mortgage rates to their highest level since April 201l.
Remodelers say that demand for security services and amenities goes up after a nearby event shakes homeowners' sense of security.
It will take the Panhandle time to clean up after the storm. Realtors, associations and staff facing heavy losses are encouraged to apply for aid through Florida Realtors' Disaster Relief Fund. https://www.floridarealtors.org/AboutFar/DisasterReliefFund/
Feds first looked at all-cash deals in Miami and NYC for money laundering and then expanded the program. Two senators are now want an even broader investigation.
Inspections can be scary, and buyers can quickly feel overwhelmed when it's not 100% perfect. But they can regain confidence by asking a few simple questions.
How strong will Michael be? Where will it hit? Panhandle owners evacuated and businesses, including Florida Realtors Tallahassee office, closed for the storm.
The strong Cat 4 storm slammed the Panhandle. Members and local associations impacted by Michael are encouraged to contact Florida Realtors Disaster Relief Fund, which is ready to help, says Florida Realtors President Christine Hansen.