Hurricane Agatha forms off Mexico’s southern Pacific coast: What does this mean for South Florida?

Hurricane Aerial View – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by elRoce The hurricane season’s first storm formed right off Mexico’s southern Pacific coast Sunday and quickly gained power ahead of an expected strike along a long stretch of fishing towns and tourist beaches. Local 10’s Meteorologist Luke Dorris said he is keeping a close eye and

Florida One of the Top Destinations for Labor Day Weekend Despite Rising COVID-19 Numbers

Image by David Mark from Pixabay  Despite the number of COVID-19 infections, Florida seems to still be a top spot to vacation for many Americans this year. This comes from official data collected by the travel itinerary app TripIt. The data collected shows millions of people plan to travel to COVID-19 hot spots, with Florida

Report: Florida Housing Market Suffering From Decline In Foreign Investment In Residential Real Estate

A new report from the National Association of Realtors has revealed that foreign investment in U.S. residential real estate is on the decline – and Florida is feeling it.