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Climate Change and Real Estate: It’s Attitudes More than Science
11/15/2019 3:11 AM
A study looked at the impact of rising seas on real estate prices and found residents’ beliefs a contributing factor. If a city’s population generally believes in climate change, housing values in higher-risk areas suffer some – but values aren’t affected as much if residents don’t. Read More
 
Fear the Uptick in Risky Loans? It’s Nothing Like 2008
11/15/2019 2:11 AM
In 2018, the number of unconventional mortgages was less than 3% of the market; in 2006, they were 39%. And negative-amortization loans have all but disappeared. ...Read More
 
Florida’s Sunshine and Tax Benefits Beckon Billionaires
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
While the president is the most famous rich person moving to Fla., he’s not alone. But it’s too soon to determine the impact of tax migrations on states’ budgets. ...Read More
 
8 Signs a Buyer Is Ready To Stop Renting
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
Many renters have a nagging dream to own a home but a general attitude that it won’t work out, so why try? The answer to these questions might help them commit. ...Read More
 
What Do Most Sellers Forget When Prepping a Home for Sale?
11/15/2019 12:11 AM
There’s a lot to do between staging and hiding jewelry, so many sellers forget the top attraction for some visitors: A medicine cabinet full of prescription drugs. ...Read More
 
NAHB Says Lot Values Surged to Record Highs
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Builders say record-high prices for empty lots are a major reason new-home construction has become so expensive. Half of lots sold in 2018 cost at least $49,500. ...Read More
 
Real Estate Investors Bank on Technology to Deliver Profits
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Urban Land Institute Miami symposium: Potential renters may one day visit available units, apply for leases and execute paperwork without ever seeing a human being. ...Read More
 
U.S. Long-Term Mortgage Rates Rise – 30-Year at 3.75%
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Rates rose this week amid optimism over prospects for economy, though they’re still at historically low levels – an incentive for prospective homebuyers. ...Read More
 
Is Marijuana Legalization a Business Opportunity or Headache?
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Fla. legalized medical marijuana and could one day approve recreational marijuana. That has a downside and creates legal confusion, but it also offers opportunities because marijuana has to be grown, processed, distributed and used on real property, according to NAR speakers. Read More
 
Appeals Court: State Should Pay for Cutting Citrus Trees
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Lee County homeowners deserve more than $13.6M after the state cut down their citrus trees, another court ruled. The ongoing property-rights case began in 2003. ...Read More




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Climate Change and Real Estate: It’s Attitudes More than Science
11/15/2019 3:11 AM
A study looked at the impact of rising seas on real estate prices and found residents’ beliefs a contributing factor. If a city’s population generally believes in climate change, housing values in higher-risk areas suffer some – but values aren’t affected as much if residents don’t. Read More
 
Fear the Uptick in Risky Loans? It’s Nothing Like 2008
11/15/2019 2:11 AM
In 2018, the number of unconventional mortgages was less than 3% of the market; in 2006, they were 39%. And negative-amortization loans have all but disappeared. ...Read More
 
Florida’s Sunshine and Tax Benefits Beckon Billionaires
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
While the president is the most famous rich person moving to Fla., he’s not alone. But it’s too soon to determine the impact of tax migrations on states’ budgets. ...Read More
 
8 Signs a Buyer Is Ready To Stop Renting
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
Many renters have a nagging dream to own a home but a general attitude that it won’t work out, so why try? The answer to these questions might help them commit. ...Read More
 
What Do Most Sellers Forget When Prepping a Home for Sale?
11/15/2019 12:11 AM
There’s a lot to do between staging and hiding jewelry, so many sellers forget the top attraction for some visitors: A medicine cabinet full of prescription drugs. ...Read More
 
NAHB Says Lot Values Surged to Record Highs
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Builders say record-high prices for empty lots are a major reason new-home construction has become so expensive. Half of lots sold in 2018 cost at least $49,500. ...Read More
 
Real Estate Investors Bank on Technology to Deliver Profits
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Urban Land Institute Miami symposium: Potential renters may one day visit available units, apply for leases and execute paperwork without ever seeing a human being. ...Read More
 
U.S. Long-Term Mortgage Rates Rise – 30-Year at 3.75%
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Rates rose this week amid optimism over prospects for economy, though they’re still at historically low levels – an incentive for prospective homebuyers. ...Read More
 
Is Marijuana Legalization a Business Opportunity or Headache?
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Fla. legalized medical marijuana and could one day approve recreational marijuana. That has a downside and creates legal confusion, but it also offers opportunities because marijuana has to be grown, processed, distributed and used on real property, according to NAR speakers. Read More
 
Appeals Court: State Should Pay for Cutting Citrus Trees
11/14/2019 3:11 AM
Lee County homeowners deserve more than $13.6M after the state cut down their citrus trees, another court ruled. The ongoing property-rights case began in 2003. ...Read More