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LOS ANGELES – Nov. 14, 2016 – While most people consider spring the prime home buying season, the market calm over the holidays is just one reason dedicated buyers can benefit from end-of-the-year home shopping:
There is an article in The Palm Beach Post on Monday that talks about the "Draw of ecotourism growing in North County". Anyone who lives here will tell you that we "love where we live" because there is an un-limitless number of days available for "hiking, biking, boating, fishing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, swimming, snorkeling, diving, etc etc etc..." mainly because the average year round temperature in Florida is 84 degrees. Yeah, we get those tropical rain storms that usually pass by in 15 minutes, but for the most part, what more could you ask for? Looking to make Florida your next home? We would love to help!! #loveFlorida #livewhereyouvacation
And.... the President's Council Team Award goes to.......The Armstrong Group. Placing third out of 2600+ agents. We couldn't have done it without all of our trusting and loyal clients. Our success is YOUR success. Thank you!
This past Sunday we decided to play tourist and went on an Intracoastal Brunch Cruise. The weather could not have been more beautiful and it appeared as if we weren't the only ones who thought the same thing. Here you can see Marina Grande Condominiums in the background. There were many boaters, wave runners, kayaks, paddle boarders and swimmers all out enjoying everything South Florida has to offer. It's a beautiful thing to be out breathing the salt air, enjoying the sunshine and just relaxing in the cool breeze, remembering that not all humans on planet earth get to enjoy such wonder. So breathe in, look up and believe this.....you too could experience this beauty just by calling us today. Come enjoy South Florida, where our yearly average…
ORLANDO, Fla. – Jan. 28, 2016 – What will Florida's real estate markets look like in the coming year? That was the question on the minds of a standing-room-only crowd of about 400 Realtors®at the 2016 Florida Real Estate Trends event held Thursday during Florida Realtors®Mid-Winter Business Meetings, which continue through Jan. 31, 2016.
"Florida is positioned to become one of the hottest spots in the country with rising demand, positive gains in recovery, really good fundamentals and positive momentum," said Jonathan Smoke, chief economist of realtor.com®. He said 2015 was a good year and 2016 looks to be similar. Smoke discussed the national housing outlook for the coming year, saying,…
NEW YORK – July 21, 2015 – Bidding wars are returning to U.S. housing markets with too few homes for sale.
A number of conditions led to the current lack of for-sale inventory, including an unexpectedly sluggish rebound in home construction. At the same time, millions of homeowners aren't listing their home because they don't believe they'll qualify for a new mortgage, or that they cannot afford the costs associated with a sale.
As of May 31, there were 2.3 million existing U.S. houses on the selling block – enough inventory to last 5.1 months at the current sales pace but shy of the six to seven months of supply that typically signals a balanced market.
But in more than 33 percent of the 300 biggest metro areas tracked by Realtor.com,…
NEW YORK – Feb. 25, 2015 – Good news for potential home shoppers: A Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) index shows lender requirements for credit scores, downpayments, and other key mortgage terms are finally loosening up.
Some lenders even expanded the types of mortgages they offer. These moves come after years of tightening loan requirements in the aftermath of the housing crisis.
The newly released MBA index shows that recent improvements in lending are mostly tied to the government's efforts to ease regulations and improve affordability in the housing market. For example, mortgage financing giant Fannie Mae is now allowing purchases of conventional mortgages that have downpayments as low as 3…
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jan. 13, 2015 – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released a report on mortgage borrowers, and it found that almost half of consumers don't shop around for a mortgage when purchasing a home.
In tandem with the report, the CFPB released "Owning a Home," an interactive, online toolkit designed to help consumers shop for a mortgage. It says the suite of tools gives consumers the information they need to get the best deal.
"Consumers put great thought into the choice of a home, but the mortgage process continues to be intimidating," says CFPB Director Richard Cordray. "The Know…