Things Looking Up in Florida?

While most realtors would tell you that the US property market is recovering very slowly, Pat Neal, a Manatee County developer, sees things quite differently.

Since he first went into the construction business more than 42 years ago, he has lived through almost a dozen boom and bust cycles, and he says that the current one, which has lasted for 6 years now, is by far the longest he has endured.

No Alternative To Citizens Property Insurance

More than a million Florida homeowners who have their properties insured by the Citizens Property Insurance group could be left facing a massive new bill if Governor Rick Scott goes through with his controversial plans to slim down the government-run insurers and make it a last-resort option only.

No Money For A Down Payment? No Need To Worry

Jeff Smolinski and Magan Landsiedel are the proud new owners of a beautiful $133,000 Largo, Florida home – despite only forking out a down payment of $100.

Tallahasse Real Estate – Digital Nightmare

Exploring online for the best and worst real estate engagements, it is becoming clear we may grow weary of telling the bad news where digital professionals is concerned. Last week an excursion into Chicago’s digital realm proved to be a battleground at least, but not exactly sparkling where agency excellence is concerned. Today we take a look at Tallahassee, Florida.

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