Florida Realtors News
A Kansas federal court upheld a jury verdict that determined that a buyer's representative was 85% responsible for the buyer's losses from a wire-fraud scam.
The fight over the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will come down to the wire as U.S.
Question: We rent out a condo where the association controls the air conditioning and all utilities.
A listing's garage, large backyard and updated kitchen may not be as important to home shoppers as the school district, according to a new survey released by realtor.com of more than 1,000 people who closed on a home in 2018.
Question: We have let our mortgage lender choose our hazard insurance for our home.
You still need 14-hours of the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) approved continuing education to renew a Fla.
Dear Anne: I called a listing agent the other day to find out if he presented my buyer's offer and he said, "Yeah, I presented it."
A plan to build a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee to reduce toxic discharges was approved Wednesday afternoon by the Army Corps of Engineers and hand-delivered to Congress.
Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order Thursday to block state agencies from taking action on a bill he signed into law earlier this year – one that critics said from the outset could limit the public's access to beaches.