Fountain pen and a property/liability claim form on a clipboard waiting to be completed, filled and signed by a policyholder or insured person. Photo and Caption: William Potter/Shutterstock.com Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance Corp. revealed they are expecting to have an increase of approximately 30,000 new policies in 2020. This is according to Citizens Insurance President
Construction cranes on large buildings being erected in downtown Tampa Channelside district, seen in aerial panoramic views, March 20, 2020. Photo and Caption: TetKabrit/Shutterstock.com As the state economy tries to bounce back from closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Floridians are worried about how the housing market will be affected in 2020 going into
A home for sale in St. Augustine, Florida, USA. Photo: Paul Brennan/Shutterstock.com Housing prices aren’t expected to drop significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The group Florida Realtors says that’s because builders have been cautious since the last recession. They’ve built fewer homes, and Florida has a statewide shortage. Florida Realtors’ Chief Economist Brad O’Connor says
Aerial view of Fort Lauderdale, Las Olas Isles, Florida, USA. Photo: Zhukova Valentyna/Shutterstock.com It is currently unknown how COVID-19 will affect Florida real estate industry since we are still in the thick of the pandemic, but many lenders, homeowners, renters and landlords think this might have a long-lasting negative effect on their business and lives.
Sunpass holders go through an express lane at the entrance of Sanibel Island in Lee County, Florida, United States on January 15, 2018. Photo: EQRoy/Shutterstock.com Lawmakers in Tallahassee have decided to revisit an approved bill from last year (Senate Bill 7068). The bill has to do with a questionable plan to build more than 300
Aerial view of Key West, FL, United States. Photo Credit: Nenad Basic/Shutterstock.com A new bill introduced by a state lawmaker from Naples aims to create a building boom for the archipelago area of the state. An amendment slipped into a House bill this week seeks to extend the hurricane evacuation time from 24 hours to
POV of tall buildings in Florida, USA. Photo Credit: Telesniuk/Shutterstock.com 10. Mansions at Acqualina – 643 feet The condos here certainly provide an impressive view of the nearby Sunny Isles Beach ocean for the residents as they live in a 643-foot-tall building. Even more impressive is the indoor art and the architecture of the building
The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announced this past Thursday (November 7th) its intent to take over the historic Bonnet House, kicking off a fight for control of the beachfront, community treasure. The Bonnet House, Inc., the local organization that manages the 99-year-old estate, said the house has given the trust about $150,000 each year
Florida house values are on the rise, but how does our real estate market compare nationwide?
There’s been talk that the U.S. housing market is headed for a recession, but new data is showing there might be very little to fear.