The real estate hustle can be a daunting prospect for any buyer. Although you might be an expert in the inner workings of your own industry or profession, the problem is that the real estate industry is most likely an entirely different ballgame. There is a certain unwritten code of conduct that must be obeyed when dealing with real estate agents and brokers that should be learned.
The Florida housing market is still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Irma. It seems that the hurricane caused more than just physical destruction: It also wreaked havoc on real estate transactions.
For many of us, home is a place that we have worked long and hard to cultivate. It’s a place that holds many memories, a place that is safe. No one ever wishes to have their home foreclosed upon. However, if you fail to make your mortgage payments on time, foreclosure is a very real possibility.
If you're considering leasing, buying or developing a green building, you may be under the impression that an environmentally friendly building will have a healthy indoor environment. A recent study in the journal Environmental Institute may indicate the opposite.
With the backing of Florida state leaders, the market for charter schools looks to expand with investors eager to get into the market. An industry that largely relied on rental properties to house teachers and students is now seeing opportunities for building ownership.
It’s no secret that the popularity of online shopping has traditional brick and mortar retailers completely rethinking their target markets. Since millenials comprise such a large portion of the buying public, owners of malls and shopping centers owners have had to adjust in order to survive. It might seem simple enough, but they must give consumers more than one reason to visit.
Florida's latest real estate magnates are two children who gained fame by sleeping upstairs in their family's condo while their mother and her friend were stabbed to death at in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Campaign stops from presidential candidate Donald Trump once brought excitement from people attending en masse. Not even 100 days into the Trump presidency, Palm Beach is already feeling the effects of his frequent appearances.
Countless sitcom stars of the seventies and eighties once entertained television audiences on a weekly basis. Their characters are burned into our memories because of the outfits they wore and the catch phrases they uttered.