Real estate news and product updates for Florida
When you think of Hurricane Irma, you think of devastation. You picture debris sitting on roadsides and people displaced from their homes. The hurricane also had a devastating effect on the real estate market. Counties in Central Florida reported over $100 million in damages from the hurricane, with $60 million of those damages in Osceola County. This damage caused the Orlando area real estate market to take quite a hit. Buying and selling hit a standstill while people tried to rebuild their liv
If you work in real estate, you know the importance of tenant screening and rental credit checks. What you might not realize is there is another issue in real estate, and it’s a big one. It’s money laundering, and it’s hit Miami in a big way.
While you may cater to wealthier renter clientele in Florida, it doesn't mean they'll always live within your agreement guidelines. Evicting a tenant in Florida needs careful application of the laws.
Homeowner Associations (HOAs) in Florida must comply with Federal and State laws, and local (city or county, etc) ordinances and regulations. These laws and regulations apply, as appropriate, to all common interest communities.
In South Florida, the rental market remains strong. This is particularly true in Miami, where the rental market has experienced a tremendous increase in rental prices over the last five years.
Tenants searching for available rental properties in Fort Lauderdale will have an increasingly difficult time in finding them, reports the Sun Sentinel.
According to CBS Miami, the state of Florida has benefitted from three consecutive years of ground-breaking tourism numbers, which is due in part to allowing homeowners to rent their properties seasonally.
With so many outdoor activities and natural beauty to offer, it is no wonder that Florida is such a popular getaway destination.