For Renters

July 10, 2017

FL Will Top $1 Trillion Next Year

University of Central Florida (UCF) Economist Sean Snaith predicts that FL's gross state product will break the $1 trillion mark next year.


That would make FL thee 16th largest in the world, was ranked by the World Bank. Driving the economy will be job growth and home construction ...

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June 26, 2017

Do You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent? You now passed your exam. Now what?

You've now passed, sign on with a new brokerage and received your new license. Now were is the instruction manual on how to be a real estate professional?  It's the first day of "school" and you have no idea on what to do, what to expect and how ...

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June 23, 2017

Millennials turn to dorms for adults

Co-living arrangements aka dorms for adults- in essence adult dorms or micro apartments that incorporate a social element shared by all renters- are soaring in popularity More developers are designing units that accommodate younger adults and provide social interactions for strangers who choose to move into together as rental costs ...

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June 20, 2017

10 Threats to 2017 Real Estate Market

Global uncertainty and political polarization are the top threats facing the housing industry in 207-2018. Despite this unsettling environment, opportunity remains embedded in every issue on the list.


Top 10 issues:


1. Political polarization and uncertainty. Uncertainty about changes to trade, travel and immigration policy threatens cross-boarder investing ...

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June 5, 2017

HomeBuyers: How to Win the Down Payment Challenge

Saving up the down payment is the biggest challenge for many home buyers. Especially those looking to make a leap from renting to buying.  While there are many loans that require as little to as 3% down for initial payment. 76% used there savings as a down payment in 2016 ...

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