While the general election is on November 2nd, voting is no longer limited to Election Day. Absentee voting has already begun, and Early voting starts today and ends on Sunday, October 31st. The future of Florida is in your hands. The Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC), funded entirely by member donations, supports candidates in local, state and national elections who support legislation that furthers the real estate profession, property ownership and private property rights. In addition, the state association has...Continue Reading!
South Florida home values suffered the worst decline of 25 large metropolitan areas in the second quarter of this year, falling 15 percent compared with 2009, according to a national real estate report. Nationally, median home value, including town homes and condominiums, dipped 3.2 percent from the same time in 2009. Read more at http://www.floridarealtors.org/NewsAndEvents/article.cfm?id=244624Continue Reading!
Florida Realtors, the largest association in the state, not only delivers education and services to its members, but also seeks solutions through the "Show the Troops We Care" project. Your contribution allows our men and women fighting overseas to reconnect with their families The Association has become a platform to coordinate a generous movement and guide the efforts of those who wish to help the projects that need them the most. You can also help increase the awareness among the public of your involvement in the charitable world, by encouraging your Facebook friends, clients...Continue Reading!
Show our troops we care… “When you are miles away from home, the best thing in the world is to hear the voice of loved ones”
WASHINGTON – June 2, 2010 – The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) expired for the third time this year, and the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) has issued a Call for Action. To contact your lawmakers and urge them to pass a flood insurance extension, visit NAR's Call for Action website. The system will identify your personal representatives and send the email for you. The process takes only a few minutes at: http://takeaction.realtoractioncenter.com/campaign/nhip_rhs_two Congress has a number of different flood extension bills...Continue Reading!
Para obtener la estimación más exacta de cuánto debe poner en venta su propiedad, su agente de bienes raíces puede brindarle un Análisis Comparativo del Mercado (CMA). El CMA es una estimación informal del valor de mercado, basado en las ventas comparables de propiedades en su área. Por lo general se tienen en cuenta diversos aspectos de su hogar, incluyendo el tamaño, características y costos anuales. Revisión de casas comparables que se han vendido en los últimos años, junto con la lista...Continue Reading!
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzgRTH4MPss[/youtube] · Brickell, the most coveted office address is the the business center of Miami-Dade County. · International business hub with cosmopolitan style and sophistication, downtown hustle-and-bustle and a stunning waterfront address. · Brickell has access to unparalleled design in residential high rises, numerous international banks, and thriving financial hubs. · This is the peak of Brickell’s growth and development in commercial, hotel and residential projects. · In the heart of Miami’s financial district, the Brickell area is one of the most happening locales in...Continue Reading!
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In the last eight months 361 homes sold The average selling price was $468,000. The average time on the market was 134 days. This indicates that we are also being affected by the softer Buyer’s market. The list-price to sale-price ratio was 91.88%. Website hits and visits are averaging over 600 per house. It is very important that we employ a smart and aggressive Web strategy when marketing a property. [youtube]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=EkrxpdU2vkQ[/youtube] After some research I have found that the foreclosure properties are being...Continue Reading!
Coral Gables cannot be properly described without explaining the city's dynamic history. Founded in 1925, Merrick and other early visionaries were influenced by the aesthetics of the "City Beautiful" movement sweeping America. City planners were inspired by the design of New York City's Central Park, with its wide tree-lined avenues, monumental buildings, winding roadways, and ornate plazas and fountains. Building on Florida's rich Spanish history and well suited climate, Coral Gables flourished an appeared as though they had been transported...Continue Reading!
Coral Gables, The City Beautiful, stands out as a rare pearl in South Florida, a cohesive community built on a grand scale that blends color, detail, and the Mediterranean Revival architectural style to create a timeless grace. What’s New in Coral Gables, was an event presented by The Realtor and Commercial Alliance, RCA , thus far, one of the most enjoyable speeches I have ever attended this year. Mr. W Allen Morris, Chairman, CEO & President The Allen Morris Co. Mr....Continue Reading!