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Housing is for everyone – no exceptionsAt NAR's "Housing for All" symposium this week, NAR VP and Floridian Sherri Meadows said that while homelessness is down, "housing insecurity" is on the rise.
Fla.'s housing market: Rising median prices in JuneSingle-family home median price of $225,000 is up 10.8% year-to-year; condo median price up 8.6%. NAR: Sparked by more first-time buyers, U.S. home sales up 3% over June 2015 and 1.1% over May's sales.
All owners will have to pay for HOA's mistakeReal estate QandA: A homeowners' association community was fined for hiring unlicensed contractors. Who pays? The board, only impacted owners or everyone?
Foreign investors no longer on 2015's spending spreeCBRE: U.S. foreign investment dropped during 1Q 2016, though Fla. improved its position from fourth-ranked state to third-ranked, trailing only N.Y. and Calif.
Green energy boost: FHA to back some PACE mortgagesFHA says it will now approve purchase and refinance mortgage applications in states that treat clean-energy program (PACE) funding as a special assessment that homeowners pay like property taxes.
Florida Realtors PAC announces supported candidatesOver 400 candidates have qualified to run for 160 seats in the Florida House and Senate; Florida Realtors PAC announced its initial list of supported candidates.
What can a lender do during foreclosure process?A Wash. court limited lenders' rights to protect property in foreclosure. It doesn't impact Fla. but could change lenders' reactions if homeowners miss a payment.
Largest single-family home landlord going publicBlackstone, which owns and rents about 50,000 U.S. homes bought largely during the housing meltdown, plans to go public as a real estate investment trust (REIT).
U.S. home construction posted solid gain in JuneCommerce Department: New housing starts rose 4.8% in its seasonally adjusted annual rate – the highest level since Feb. led by a surge in the Northeast and West.
Building permit delays choke U.S. housing supplyDevelopers aren't as quick to build new housing units when prices are rising and their local metro area has a long lead-time for issuing building permits.