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What sellers have to tell buyers of residential real estate


The traditional rule of "caveat emptor" means that a Fort Lauderdale resident who wants to buy a new home needs to check out the property and make sure it is free of serious problems and, more generally, is somewhere where they can live long-term.

Can I conduct my business from my residential property?


When beginning a small business, not everyone in Fort Lauderdale has the financial ability to buy a new building for its office. Uncertain of the success of their endeavor, people often choose to begin working from their residential property, so they do not incur the cost of purchasing new property. They may decide to make subdivisions for offices or take other steps to utilize their property both for residential and business purposes.

What does it take to buy a home in South Florida?


Many people in South Florida face a very important decision: Is it time to buy a home? For first-time homebuyers, this can be an exciting decision, while for others it may be a necessity. Our readers who are familiar with previous posts here know that the residential real estate market in South Florida has been strong for a few years now, but it is finally showing some signs of cooling down. So, for those who are sensing that now might be the right time, what does it take to buy a home in South Florida?

Survey shows experts are optimistic about the real estate market


A new year usually breeds optimism for many people - hence the "New Year's Resolution" theme that some South Florida residents and others start their year with. But, optimism doesn't always translate from someone's personal life to the state of much larger concerns, such as the economy and the housing market. Fortunately, according to a recent report, optimism is taking hold in the South Florida residential real estate market.

Assessing the future of the housing market in 2017


The new year is here and many of our readers will be making one of the biggest financial moves they'll ever make in 2017: buying or selling a home. There is no doubt that buying or selling a home can be a turning point in the lives of South Florida residents, but it can be a complicated transaction. People who are looking into making this move in the new year will likely want to know what the housing market has in store for 2017.

The ups and downs of residential real estate in South Florida


Our readers in South Florida are probably getting used to seeing mixed reports regarding the local real estate market by now. The almost unprecedentedly strong rebound of the residential real estate market that has been occurring over the last several years appears to be cooling down. Fortunately, not all of the news is bad throughout Florida.

What should South Florida residents know about selling a home?


Although previous posts here have pointed out that the residential real estate market in South Florida has been slanted in favor of sellers in recent years, it has become clear that the market is beginning to balance out. For some people, that means that the time is now to put their residential property on the market for sale. So, what should South Florida residents know about selling a home?

Conflicting data in the latest residential real estate reports


Many real estate experts in South Florida are keeping a close eye on a number of indicators that may help them to decipher where the market is headed over the course of the next couple of months. Among the many factors, there are few that are obvious: the number of sales and the median sales price. According to a recent report, those two figures presented conflicting data for the month of October.

Residential development may be reaching a tipping point


There are always going to be ups and downs in any real estate market, but the markets in Florida have perhaps seen fluctuation like no other state in the last several years. As swaths of the state still feel the heavy effects of the housing bubble burst, the local area in South Florida has actually roared back in many ways. Yes, commercial real estate continues to lag behind residential real estate, but development has become a constant in South Florida over the last few years. However, that may be changing.

Key terms in real estate agreements for a purchase


For many people, reaching the point where a residential real estate purchase is going to occur can be an exciting time. But, it can also be a time to focus on even the smallest of details, because the failure to do so could have serious repercussions down the road. For buyers in South Florida, well before getting ready to put pen to paper is the time to start thinking about the key terms in a real estate agreement for residential property.

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