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Lawmakers looking at algae and water quality

Mar 20, 2019
A pair of environmental bills aimed at boosting water quality regulations began moving in the Florida Legislature w [more]
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Fla. homes spark almost 1 in 10 mortgage req...

Mar 15, 2019
 Florida ranked as the No. 1 place for buyers, according to a recent Lending Tree survey. Out of all mortgage [more]
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Where foreclosures are picking up

Mar 05, 2019
Foreclosures are not nearly as prevalent as they were during the housing crisis in 2008. But they are still occurri [more]
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Who pays for what when a water pipe breaks?

Feb 13, 2019
Question: The board of my community association held a meeting at 2 p.m. during the week when most of the owners we [more]
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Cash-buyer disclosure rules have little impa...

Feb 08, 2019
Anonymous home deals continue among cash buyers in some luxury corridors, despite disclosure laws that have tried t [more]
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Fla. sees more out-of-state buyers from high...

Feb 07, 2019
The massive tax reform package signed in December 2017 changed things. With a new state and local tax cap of $10,00 [more]
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HUD sending Fla. $78.7M for homelessness pro...

Jan 29, 2019
 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded approximately $2 billion to renew support [more]
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Why can’t I advertise another broker’s listi...

Jan 27, 2019
Dear Anne: With inventory so tight these days, I don’t have any listings of my own – but the MLS has a pletho [more]
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In compliance with Fla. Chapter 455? (Not ju...

Jan 27, 2019
 Do you understand your obligations under Chapter 455 of the Florida Statutes? Most Realtors know they must co [more]
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Shutdown may spark rash of mortgage delinque...

Jan 10, 2019
 The government shutdown became the third-longest in U.S. history Monday. While it directly impacts 800,000 fe [more]
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Fla. Supreme Court to take up ‘AOB’ insuranc...

Jan 08, 2019
Amid continuing political and legal battles about the insurance practice known as “assignment of benefits, [more]
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Fed boosts interest rates but softens 2019 p...

Dec 29, 2018
 The economic outlook hasn’t been quite as rosy lately, and so the Fed is stepping back just a bit. The [more]
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