The number of international tourists – and by extension potential buyers – rose 73% between 2021 and 2022, but it’s still down 28% when compared to 2019.
“I’m going to do this better,” brokers say when starting a new business, but that purpose can get lost in day-to-day operations. Is it time to bring it back?
Automated license plate readers (ALPRs) now used on many Fla. expressways continue to grow as a security tool. Now more HOAs are adopting it.
The Florida Realtors-backed program funded with $100M has so far helped 3,500 teachers, police, ENTs, vets and others achieve the American dream of ownership.
While the phrase “not out of the woods yet” is still used, Redfin economists say the market probably hit its cycle-low trough the second week of Nov. 2022.
NAHB’s monthly survey of builders’ attitudes recorded higher pessimism every month in 2022. The Dec. reading was down 2 points to 31, the lowest reading since 2012.
FEMA gave some Fla. homeowners extra time to renew flood insurance due to the storms, and reps are going door-to-door to contact 11K owners who can still do so.
FHA loans – the backbone for U.S. affordable housing – has enough money in reserve (MMI Fund) to weather any recession-caused uptick in foreclosures.
Few people really understand the intricacies of tech today, nor the many ways hackers can leverage system cracks to take down large and small businesses.
The agency that oversees most U.S. mortgages wants an advisory board to help FHFA achieve its goal to create affordable, equitable and sustainable housing.