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Senior housing still waiting for pick-up in demandDevelopers with an eye on the future are building 55-plus communities in all categories, with a number of luxury condos and developments already in the pipeline.
Poll: Most people expect home prices to keep rising61% of U.S. adults think local home prices will rise over the next year – the highest percentage since Gallup began collecting the data in 2005.
Property tax cap heads to 2018 ballotA Florida Realtors' top legislative priority passed the Florida Legislature: In 2018, voters will have the power to make the 10% non-homestead property permanent.
'Workforce quality' the top Fla. small biz concernA Florida Chamber of Commerce survey finds small businesses most concerned with the quality of their workforce, followed by gov't regulations and healthcare.
U.S. builders issue statement opposing lumber tariffNAHB says "protectionist measures" should not come "at the expense" of U.S. homebuyers who will now pay $3,600 more. But tariff proponents dispute that number.
You text all the time. Now do it fasterAny agent selling a "3BR HORSE" knows the perils of iOS autocorrect, but there are ways to train a phone and even auto-fill commonly used phrases.
Reports: Homes sell faster, close quickerAverage time for homes to change hands: 73 days. 48% of listings go under contract in less than 30 days, says NAR, while Ellie Mae says it takes 43 days to close.
Consumer confidence drops in AprilAmericans were less optimistic about the future this month, with the short-term outlook for business, employment and income down, according to the latest Index.
Trump slaps 20% tariff on Canadian softwoodThe cost of new home construction and remodeling could soon go up along with the cost of lumber via company-specific Canadian tariffs that range from 3%-24%.
Feb. home prices rose at fastest pace in 3 yearsSandP CoreLogic Case-Shiller: Home prices rose 5.8% in Feb. – a rate many analysts say may not be sustainable – as listings hit the lowest point in 20 years.