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Broward County Real Estate Market Reports – November 2020 Broward County Real Estate Market Reports – November 2020

Broward County Real Estate Market Reports – November 2020

Here are the market updates for Broward County which are current as of November 21st 2020. The reports look at October real estate data for the following cities in Broward County, FL. View key metrics like Median Sales Price, Average Sales Price, Dollar Volume, Percent of Original List Price Received, Median Time to Contract, and […]

Closing on a House Checklist: 6 Things Home Buyers Must Do Before They Move In Closing on a House Checklist: 6 Things Home Buyers Must Do Before They Move In

Closing on a House Checklist: 6 Things Home Buyers Must Do Before They Move In

When you’re approaching the finish line in the journey to your new home, you want nothing to go wrong, right? That’s why we’ve put together a home closing checklist, which outlines your action points in those few days leading up to settlement. Keep this closing process list handy to know you’ve done what you need […]

NAR Forecast: 2021 Could Be Real Estate’s Best Winter Ever NAR Forecast: 2021 Could Be Real Estate’s Best Winter Ever

NAR Forecast: 2021 Could Be Real Estate’s Best Winter Ever

NAR Chief Economist Yun predicts low mortgage rates (3.1%) next year, a 3% home price increase, 9% existing-home sales increase and a 23% surge in new-home sales. WASHINGTON – The housing market defied high unemployment and an economic recession and surged during the COVID-19 pandemic – and that isn’t likely to let up heading into […]

Business: Did the Pandemic Finally End the Open Floor Plan? Business: Did the Pandemic Finally End the Open Floor Plan?

Business: Did the Pandemic Finally End the Open Floor Plan?

NEW YORK – Popular among millennials and meant to encourage collaboration and innovation, open floor plans have been popular for years. But fears over health safety since the coronavirus pandemic and anxiety over working in close proximity to others may force landlords and business owners to rethink how work spaces are designed. “There is no […]

NAR President Apologizes for Past Racial Inequality Policies NAR President Apologizes for Past Racial Inequality Policies

NAR President Apologizes for Past Racial Inequality Policies

The new president issued a formal apology, calling earlier policies “an outrage to our morals and our ideals. It was a betrayal of our commitment to fairness and equality.” CHICAGO – Newly-installed National Association of Realtors® (NAR) President Charlie Oppler issued a formal apology Thursday for the association’s past policies that contributed to segregation and […]

Mortgage Forbearance Helped Homeowners – and the RE Market Mortgage Forbearance Helped Homeowners – and the RE Market

Mortgage Forbearance Helped Homeowners – and the RE Market

Freddie Mac: Forbearance did more than help at-risk owners. It also stopped a foreclosure surge from hurting the market and helped all homeowners retain their value. WASHINGTON – According to Freddie Mac’s latest Insight, without forbearance, many households may have defaulted or been forced to sell their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. These forced sales […]

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