Monthly Archives: September 2016

Fla.’s housing market: Higher median prices in July

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

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With Florida Realtors E-Celebration, a 2nd chance for 2016 convention

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

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Why aren’t mortgage applications higher?

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

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Aggressive tenant screening creates class of ‘unrentables’

Many people can’t rent a place to live, due to problems in their past. But some landlords are now trying to reshape tenant criteria and screening to help shrink the growing population of “unrentables.”

Many people can’t rent a place to live, due to problems in their past. But some landlords are now trying to reshape tenant criteria and screening to help shrink the growing population of “unrentables.”

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Fla.’s housing market: Higher median prices in July

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

Click here for full article:

With Florida Realtors E-Celebration, a 2nd chance for 2016 convention

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

Click here for full article:

Why aren’t mortgage applications higher?

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

Click here for full article:

Aggressive tenant screening creates class of ‘unrentables’

Many people can’t rent a place to live, due to problems in their past. But some landlords are now trying to reshape tenant criteria and screening to help shrink the growing population of “unrentables.”

Many people can’t rent a place to live, due to problems in their past. But some landlords are now trying to reshape tenant criteria and screening to help shrink the growing population of “unrentables.”

Click here for full article:

Fla.’s housing market: Higher median prices in July

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.

Click here for full article:

With Florida Realtors E-Celebration, a 2nd chance for 2016 convention

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

For two weeks, Sept. 12-26, 2016, members will be able to go online and take in nine education sessions through Florida Realtors e-Celebration, the first virtual convention. And the cost is only $59 for members

Click here for full article:

Why aren’t mortgage applications higher?

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

Some housing analysts point out that slowing job growth, a short supply of homes for sale and higher prices are having an impact, while many homeowners have already taken advantage of refinancing.

Click here for full article:

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