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10 housing ethics questions as inventory tightens

Let’s talk ethics. I don’t mean the Realtor Code of Ethics, although it’s a fine thing […]

Big Expectations for Home Sales Through 2018

More homes are predicted to be sold this year than in more than a decade. […]

FEMA deputy busts 7 flood insurance myths

WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants Realtors’ help in doubling the number of […]

Hackers Breach DocuSign Emails

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How to Prevail in a Competitive Market

Home shoppers are increasingly facing steep competition for the limited number of homes for sale. […]

Realtor gracefully guides ill, elderly client back to family

The elderly man’s worldly belongings, laid out neatly on a sofa in his almost-empty house, […]

The week in real estate industry deals: May 8-12, 2017

While real estate agents chase leads and close deals on houses, there’s another level of […]

Agents Seeing Higher Income, Sales Volume

REALTORS® saw their median gross income increase 8 percent in 2016 year-over-year, as the average […]

One of the nation’s largest MLSs in the works

Two local Florida Realtor associations are merging to form the third-largest Realtor association and one […]

Owners, Appraisers Aren’t Seeing Eye-to-Eye

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