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Florida Leads in Housing Boom to Ease Shortage

Florida is one of six states that significantly added to the nation’s housing supply and one of five that saw a 6% growth in housing units...

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Insurers Using Aerial Images to Review Risk

Insurance companies are using aerial photos during the underwriting process to determine if a policy should be renewed. Keep your yard clear of debris...

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Sustainable Spaces: The Bathroom

Eco-friendly bathroom upgrades like smart showerheads cut energy costs and help attract today’s sustainability-minded buyers...

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New Florida Law Roils Condo Market

Some owners in older condo buildings are putting their units on the market after receiving six-figure special assessments following the Surfside collapse...

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Darker Colors Could Make You More Cash

A study shows buyers will offer more for homes with dark gray or charcoal interiors. Darker colors bring drama to bland homes...

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New Construction Mortgage Lending Rebounds

New home purchases bounced back in April after a March decline. First-time home buyers seeking FHA-insured financing were among the biggest segment of buyers...

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Housing Starts Post Slight Gains in April

The pace of housing starts was 17.7% higher than a year ago, but still insufficient to meet the demand, experts say. Higher rates have stymied homebuilding.  ..

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Zillow: U.S Rents Rose Faster Than Wages

Tampa and Jacksonville saw rents surge more than three times quicker than wages in the past four years, according to Zillow...

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Higher Rates Creating a Larger Housing Supply

Buyers have a wider selection of homes to choose from today than a year ago, but rising mortgage rates remain a hurdle for many...

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Mortgage Rates Retreat for Second Straight Week

The average 30-year rate fell to 7.02% from 7.09% last week. Borrowing costs on a 15-year mortgage fell to 6.28% from 6.38% last week...

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