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COVID-19 Changes How You Sell Your Home: Real Estate Lawyer Explains Rule Changes And What Could Be Next In Your State

COVID-19 Changes How You Sell Your Home: Real Estate Lawyer Explains Rule Changes And What Could Be Next In Your State Bruce Brumberg, JDContributor Taxes I make the law and the tax code understandable to everyone   Selling a house in the age of COVID-19 is tricky, but the real estate business is finding ways...

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First Step to Re-Open Vacation Rentals Announced

First Step to Re-Open Vacation Rentals Announced By Kerry Smith Fla. banned short-term rentals on March 27, and while they remain closed, Gov. DeSantis suggested a re-opening and told counties to submit their safety plans to do so. ORLANDO, Fla. – An announcement by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suggests that the state may...

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First Step to Re-Open Vacation Rentals Announced

First Step to Re-Open Vacation Rentals Announced By Kerry Smith Fla. banned short-term rentals on March 27, and while they remain closed, Gov. DeSantis suggested a re-opening and told counties to submit their safety plans to do so. ORLANDO, Fla. – An announcement by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suggests that the state may...

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NAR: U.S. Metro-Area Homes Sales Rise 96% in 1Q 2020

NAR: U.S. Metro-Area Homes Sales Rise 96% in 1Q 2020 By Kerry Smith, Florida Realtors The U.S. had a robust first quarter with little impact yet from the growing pandemic. In almost all metro areas, prices rose and limited inventories barely budged. WASHINGTON – Nearly all of the nation’s metro areas saw price...

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Fla. Real Estate Market Keeps Moving – Just a Bit Slower

In recessions, pandemics and booms, the real estate market adjusts, and since a home is often an emotional purchase, some think stay-at-home rules will only boost demand. MIAMI – Jonathan Tripp sat outside of a title agency in his truck as he gave his signed documents to masked and gloved agents....

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Florida Realtors White Paper: When It Comes to Contracts, Is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

The COVID-19 pandemic is certainly unprecedented, but is it considered, legally speaking, an "act of God"? Here's a look at how a court may rule on real estate disputes that arise from transactions during this time. FLORIDA REALTORS WHITE PAPER: CORONAVIRUS & 'FORCE MAJEURE' The COVID-19 pandemic is certainly unprecedented, but is it...

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NAR Issues COVID-19 Advice for Associations and Members

It’s hard to miss news coverage of COVID-19, the coronavirus. In response to those ongoing concerns, NAR issued two guidance papers and cancelled some scheduled events. ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s hard to miss news coverage of COVID-19, commonly called the coronavirus, as Americans and businesses react to its potential expansion. In...

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