4 Ways to Grow Leads and Referrals Through Social Media

For many, social media is the place to catch up on the latest memes, let everyone know what you had for dinner, and share copious amounts of dog photos. For real estate agents, however, social media can be one of the best tools in your toolbox…

The 7 Most Common Reasons Real Estate Transactions Fail

The 7 Most Common Reasons Real Estate Transactions Fail   You’ve got the contract signed, the closing is approaching quickly, and the last thing you want to happen is for the real estate transaction to fall apart just before the…

Do lower property tax rates = higher home appreciation?

RICHMOND, Va. – April 20, 2018 – Nobody likes getting tax bills, especially homeowners who are burdened with ever-escalating local property taxes. Last year, property taxes collected by local and state governments…

Don't blame Airbnb for rising rents in popular cities

THU, APR 19, 2018 - 5:50 AM NOAH SMITH I RECENTLY returned from a trip to Japan. Travelling in that country - especially for longer periods of time - is infinitely easier than it was just a decade ago.…

What to Expect as a Beneficiary of a Real Estate Will?

What to Expect as a Beneficiary of a Real Estate Will? A beneficiary is a person or entity that receives personal property, cash, jewelry or other assets in a will. You may receive some land or property, a huge sum of money, or a specific…

Great Tips for Real Estate Agents in Miami Lakes, FL

Making it to the top of the competitive real estate market in Miami Lakes, FL is an objective of each real estate agent who wants to make it big in this industry. However, along the way, you will face many challenges and hurdles that have…

Key Points for Successful Business Recovery from Hurricane Season

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria made for an unprecedented hurricane season last year, and many businesses are still recovering. In the event of another catastrophic hurricane season, businesses need to know in advance how they can get…

Growing Deposits Show a Competitive Market in South Florida

Recent data shows that the South Florida housing market is more competitive than the national average. The data was compiled by ATTOM Data Solutions in Irvine, CA, and includes public deeds and mortgages filed in the third quarter of 2017 for…

Post-Irma, Florida Sees a Shortage of Insurance Adjusters

In the wake of Hurricane Irma, many South Floridians are feeling frustrated by the slow progress on their hurricane damage insurance claims and repairs due to a shortage of insurance adjusters and construction workers. After Hurricane Harvey,…

Lower Deposit Requirements for New Condos in South Florida

Buyers who would normally have difficult coming up with a 50 percent deposit for a new condominium can now take advantage of lower deposit requirements at three new developments in South Florida. According to The Daily Business Review, three…