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  • HUD Report Card: 2021 Policy Changes January 21, 2022
    According to HUD, it took “bold actions” over the past year, and it created a one-page list of the updates that will have an impact on the U.S. housing market.
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  • Single-Family Rents See Record Growth January 21, 2022
    U.S. rent grew 11.5% year-to-year, according to a CoreLogic index, with the Miami metro area leading the nation at 33%, and the Orlando area No. 5 at 15.9%.
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  • 3 Fla. Counties More Likely to See Foreclosures January 21, 2022
    Most homeowners have equity, and at-risk ones will likely sell rather than face foreclosure. But an ATTOM study suggests that’s less true in a few U.S. areas.
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  • What’s Changing for Fla. Real Estate? January 21, 2022
    2022 RE Trends panel: Big and small biz relocations, plus the here-to-stay wave of untethered remote workers, will impact Fla.’s markets for years to come.
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  • Daytona Mayor Wants More Short-Term Rentals January 21, 2022
    While some Fla. cities prefer to limit short-term rentals, Daytona Beach’s mayor sees expansion into a core tourist area as a way to improve the neighborhood.
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  • How to Groom and Grow a Facebook Page January 21, 2022
    Facebook provides an effective and free way to market a real estate business – providing agents maximize their chances for success.
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  • RE Trends: What’s Driving Fla. Buyer Demand? January 20, 2022
    2022 Real Estate Trends: Millennials are prime homebuyers for years to come and interest rates will rise. This year’s wild cards? Inflation and unexpected virus variants.
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  • House Not Finished Yet? Buyers Still Move In January 20, 2022
    Supply-chain problems have led to some new-home buyers moving in before completion, even as many builders order supplies months earlier than they once did.
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  • NAR: 2021 Existing-Home Sales Highest Since 2006 January 20, 2022
    Dec. sales rose 8.5% year-to-year but fell 4.6% month-to-month. NAR economist calls it “a sign of supply constraints” rather than “weakened demand for housing.”
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  • 2021 Fla. Housing Market: Strong Gains Despite COVID January 20, 2022
    Florida Realtors’ Dec., 4Q and 2021 data: Year-end single-family sales up 12.9%, median prices up 20% ($348K); condo sales up 34.2%, prices up 17.2% ($252K).
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