Florida Realtors News
When asked about the best investment for 10-plus years, 31% picked real estate with millennials the top pro-real estate generation.
The small cut isn’t expected to have a big impact on real estate, but it could trigger a slight rate decrease in adjustable rate loans and maybe fixed-rate loans.
The Fed’s anticipated interest-rate cut and other events, such as the U.S.-China trade war, helped push mortgage rates lower last week.
Freddie Mac economist: Continued improvement in consumer spending and optimism over an expected Fed cut of short-term interest rates helped spark the increase.
National Hurricane Center: 80% chance a tropical depression will form in the Gulf of Mexico by week’s end, with heavy rains, possible flooding along western Fla.
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U.S. home construction slipped a bit in May as a sharp drop in single-family construction
Lynn Osborne has been remodeling two homes.
Although Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell played down speculation of an interest-rate cut this summer only last month
SA faded banner, draped across the second-story balcony of a weather-battered shell of a home, sends a message: "Mexico Beach will rise again."
An Orlando Realtor who operates as a property manager was talking to a potential renter recently who said he had a felony conviction on his record.
Actor and activist Hill Harper, no stranger to offering advice on building financial security, is about to embark on a new venture with Experian to help consumers tap into some technology to instantly improve their credit scores.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Internet Complaint Center (IC3) released its annual report on internet crimes.
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U.S. long-term mortgage rates rose this week for the fourth straight week
Two visually impaired Massachusetts women filed a lawsuit against Zillow group (Fredericka Nellon and Sofia Montano vs. Zillow Group Inc.)
Although house flipping has risen to nearly the same level as it was during the 2006 peak of the housing boom, a new CoreLogic Inc.
The two largest sources of mortgage money in the United States want self-employed loan shoppers to know that their chances of getting a home loan approved have increased.
A federal judge ruled last week that the Department of Labor's act allowing associations to offer healthcare plans was illegal.
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) informed lenders that it will start flagging more high-risk loans.