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Irina Hill, Realtor, MBA, CPA, CLHMS Receives Prestigious Senior Real Estate Specialist Title

Dream house Irina Hill, real estate agent, MBA, CPA, CLHMS, SFR, SRES Irina Hill has been trained and designated as an SRES by NAR, providing her with tools, resources and strategies for working with clients over 50. We have never focused on selling the property based on standard assets (bedrooms, …

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Meet Rich Noto, an Orlando/Kissimmee Florida-based real estate agent specializing in vacation homes and residential properties

Florida-based realtor Rich Noto offers the best vacation homes and condos available in the United States at the most affordable rates. The real estate agent also deals with residential and rental properties as well as vacation homes and condos. Rich Noto is multi-licensed with more than 60 advanced certificates combined …

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The agency welcomes a new franchisee in Naples, Florida

Global Real Estate Brokerage, The agency announced the launch of its new franchise office in Naples, Florida. The new location is the company’s 29th franchise among its growing network of offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. The Naples office will be led by esteemed luxury real …

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Scooter Braun, Talent Manager Who Discovered Justin Bieber, Sells Austin Home to Blockchain Mogul for Around $18 Million

Celebrity talent manager Scooter Braun has quietly sold a waterfront home in Austin, Texas, for about $18 million, according to a person familiar with the matter. The buyer is Wayne Vaughan, CEO of Tierion, a startup that stores data in the blockchain, Vaughan confirmed. Property records show Tierion paid off …

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Black Real Estate Figures Rated | News, Sports, Jobs

As Black History Month comes to an end, I wanted to talk about a few important African American people in real estate history. Real estate began as a predominantly white profession. It was predominantly dominated by white men in the 19th and 20th centuries, with a small number …

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HERLINDA ROJAS joins Weichert, Realtors® – Stanford & Company | people in the news

February 24, 2022 – Weichert, Realtors® – Stanford & Company recently added Agent Herlinda “Linda” Rojas to its team of talented and dedicated real estate professionals. Rojas goes serve buyers and sellers of homes in Savanna and surroundings with all their real estate needs. “We are very pleased to welcome …

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Falling supply and rising prices continue to challenge local buyers

By Florida Weekly Staff | to February 23, 2022 ROYAL COAST OF PALM TREESASSOCIATION OF REAL ESTATE AGENTS Competition among buyers remains fierce as scarce inventory and rising prices continued to define the Lee County housing market in January, according to figures from the Florida Gulf Coast Multiple …

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Northeast Florida real estate market shows ‘signs of moderation’ | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

The housing market in northeast Florida has begun to show “signs of moderation,” according to the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors. The median sale price for a single-family home was $345,000 in January, down 1.4% from December 2021, but still 24% higher than a year ago. “The Northeast Florida real …

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Port Kent REALTOR ® Kira Witherwax Named Winner of Lawrence B. Caldwell PRPP Service Award

The New York State Association of REALTORS® presented Kira Witherwax of Port Kent with its 2022 Lawrence B. Caldwell PRPAC Service Award, the highest honor bestowed by the REALTORS® Political Action Committee of New York. She received the award at the association’s Opportunity Awaits Mid-Winter Business Meetings in Albany, NY. …

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Limits on the number of guests are part of the vacation rental rules adopted in Bradenton

Owners of holiday rentals in Bradenton will now have to respect new rules set up by the town hall. The order includes the establishment of a licensing program, as well as rules that will require property owners to have their properties inspected. Landlords use services like Airbnb and Vrbo to …

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The internal citrus market remains dynamic | Local News

Another month, another increase in home prices in Citrus County. Florida Realtors released their December Single Family Homes Report and it shows the median sale price is $240,000, down from $238,000 in November and $195,000 in December 2021. The pandemic could be partly responsible for the continued strength of the …

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Miami’s lure during Covid sends housing prices through the roof

Published on: 01/30/2022 – 02:16Amended: 01/30/2022 – 02:14 Miami (AFP) – Miami resident Maria Ruby learned last month that her rent would go up 65% in February. She can’t afford it and doesn’t know where to go. His plight illustrates an unexpected effect of the coronavirus pandemic: Miami is experiencing …

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Bob Walsmith: First Home Buyer 101 | Business

So you are thinking of buying your first home. A place to call and make yours. It’s a big move, literally and figuratively. Buying a house requires a lot of money and time. The journey is not always easy. It’s not always intuitive. But when you get the keys to …

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CAR 2022 Winter Meetings – The Santa Barbara Independent

By Bob Walsmith Jr.President 2022Santa Barbara Association of Realtors One of the many privileges of being the 2022 Santa Barbara Association of Realtors (SBAOR) President is that I have the opportunity to attend various meetings throughout the year sponsored by the California Association of Realtors (CAR ) and the National …

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iPower Energy Group, LLC Adds Value to Homeowner Solar Panel Ownership

We offer value-added solar energy services backed by the best warranties in the industry MURRIETA, Calif. (PRWEB) January 13, 2022 iPower Energy Group, LLC, a California home and battery solar power service provider, today announced a value-added solar power service for homeowners looking to own their solar panel system. The …

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The 10 most expensive homes sold in Houston’s record-breaking $ 40 billion real estate year

TThe figures are for the Houston residential real estate market for 2021, showing it has been a record year with overall single-family home sales surpassing the 2020 record by more than 10%. Total dollar volume hit a record $ 40 billion, up 28% from the previous year. Sales of luxury …

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Making sense of the COVID months – RISMedia

[ad_1] This month’s National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Potential Brokers Roundtable explains how brokers can plan for the future amid COVID. Chris Kelly, President and CEO, Ebby Halliday Companies, North Texas; National Association of REALTORS® Broker Liaison Officer: Real estate professionals are far from the only ones trying to make …

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Recruitment, professional achievements in Volusia, Flagler

[ad_1] DAYTONA BEACH Cobb Cole lawyer Mark Watts was recently appointed President and Managing Partner of the Daytona Beach Law Firm. He succeeded the lawyer Heather Vargas who completed his four-year stay. The law firm has offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand. Watts is a seasoned land use lawyer who …

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Acclaimed real estate agent Limor Zamir examines the California Association of Realtors’ housing price hikes report

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, Dec. 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The California Association of Realtors predicts a cooling trend in the housing market next year, with existing single-family home sales falling and the pace price increases slowing. CAR predicts that 416,800 existing single-family homes will be sold in 2022, 5% …

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New York State makes remote online notarizations permanent

[ad_1] After allowing remote online notarizations as an emergency measure during the pandemic, New York state passed legislation definitively legalizing the practice, a move hailed by real estate and housing finance groups. New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed the new law on December 22 and it will come into force …

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Background, training gives real estate agent Greene a boost so she can help others

FAIRFIELD – Smiles sometimes come easily for Emmy Greene, real estate agent at Coldwell Banker Kappel Gateway Realty. Greene has been a local real estate agent for over 20 years. Her credentials include serving as chair of the board of directors of the North Solano County Real Estate Association Charitable …

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Realtor Calls Knoxville Housing Market ‘Wild, Wild West’ | WJHL

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – After slowing slightly in July, the Knoxville area housing market is heating up this holiday season. A record was set last month for the most November home sales in history, according to the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors. Home sales increased 9.9% from October to November …

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FOREWARN partners with Daytona Beach Area Association of REALTORS®

[ad_1] Florida-based association contracts to make FOREWARN services available to its 2,200+ REALTOR® members to promote proactive agent safety BOCA RATON, Fla., December 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FOREWARN, LLC, a violet-red (NASDAQ: RDVT) company and leading provider of real-time information solutions for realtors, announced today that Daytona Beach The …

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Realtors Group Cannot Shake List Service Antitrust Claim

[ad_1] By Christopher Cole (December 21, 2021, 7:17 p.m. EST) – The National Association of Realtors has failed to persuade a Washington federal judge to launch an antitrust complaint accusing the group of imposing anti-competitive rules on the services of registration, but the court dismissed other complaints, including libel. REX-Real …

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Ana Maria Rodriguez posts best fundraising month of this electoral cycle with $ 137,000 to defend SD 39

[ad_1] Senator Ana Maria Rodriguez Last month had her best fundraiser since winning her seat as representative for Senate District 39 last year. Drawing on a variety of industries, the Miami-born Republican added $ 137,000 to her growing war chest in November. Between her countryside and political commission, Ethics and …

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When homes sell in a matter of days, how do Durango real estate agents keep pace? – The Durango Herald

[ad_1] One says the current market is more stressful than the 2008 recession – for different reasons Todd Sieger, left, with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties of Durango explains the various keys that go to the house Dan and Amanda Prince bought in southeast Durango. Sieger said realtors are always found …

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How to deal with the stress of buying a home

[ad_1] While looking for a home last summer, first-time buyer Xinyu Li felt emotionally overwhelmed. Several offers that she and her boyfriend made were rejected, and Xinyu compulsively checked the ads online. “It was a lot of stress and anxiety,” she says. “I had to go to therapy. Xinyu’s psychotherapist …

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BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS® REAL ESTATE EXTENDS ITS PRESENCE IN CALIFORNIA WITH THE AFFILIATION OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA BROKERAGE »RealtyBizNews: Real estate news

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC today announced the affiliation of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Properties Unlimited based in Rancho Cucamonga, California. The company is led by Daniel and Heidi Burns, who first opened their brokerage house in 1980. The company serves a wide range of clients …

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Republicans reduce Democrats’ lead in Jacksonville City Council special election

[ad_1] Republicans slashed what was once nearly 6,000 gross votes ahead for Democrats in the Jacksonville City Council Group 3 race on Tuesday afternoon. Democrats dominated in the early vote, accounting for more than 51% of the anticipated votes, which is a gross lead of nearly 6,000 votes over Republicans. …

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Black couple ‘faded’ as their home rose nearly $ 500,000

A black couple in California are suing a real estate company after their home rose 50% in value when a white friend pretended to be their owner. Paul, 45, and Tenisha Tate Austin, 42, black and from Marin City, near San Francisco, had their home valued at $ 989,000 in …

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Lakeway Area Realtors Association Celebrates Anniversary | New

[ad_1] The Lakeway Area Association of Realtors celebrates its 60th anniversary. “A real estate agent is a registered trademark,” said Lisia Amburn, director of the association. “He is a licensed real estate professional who belongs to the National Association of Real Estate Agents and members who join our local association …

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How the past illuminates the future – RISMedia

[ad_1] This month’s National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Power Broker Roundtable explains how Chris Kelly is tackling the most important topics in 2022.Moderator: Cindy Ariosa, Senior Vice President, Regional Manager, Long & Foster Real Estate, Chantilly, Virginia; 2021 Liaison for Large Business and Industry Relations, the National Association of REALTORS® …

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With US borders reopening, domestic buyers set to stay ahead of competition from foreign investors

The United States has reopened its borders to vaccinated international travelers from 33 countries, a development that is expected to have a significant impact on real estate. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, investments by foreign buyers in US real estate have declined due to the difficulty of travel. A report by …

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Best Buy, Zoom, Dell, Deere and more stocks to watch this week

[ad_1] Text size The end of the third quarter earnings season will bring more results from major retailers next week, just as shoppers gear up for Black Friday. On Tuesday, investors will get quarterly results from some of the biggest names in retail, including Best buy, Burlington Stores, Dick’s Sporting …

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The average San Bernardino County home sold for a higher price than last year

The median selling price of a single-family home in San Bernardino County in July was $ 440,000. That’s a 22.2% increase from July 2020, according to data from Realtor.com. The number of homes sold increased 1.1% from the previous year. A total of 3,148 homes were sold across the county …

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11 most expensive homes in Houston sold in October

[ad_1] Houston experienced greater cooling than outdoor temperatures in October, according to the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) October 2021 market update. October was the second month in 2021 to see a drop in home sales. The first was July. Sales of single-family homes were down 5.2% from the same …

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The real estate market remains hot

[ad_1] While some realtors are seeing signs of slowing down in Colorado’s scorching real estate market, Pueblo hasn’t. Dave Anderson, a board member for the Pueblo Association of Realtors, said new listings of residential homes for sale rose 24% in September compared to September 2020. Overall for the year to …

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Real estate summary: Y is for Yes

Wouldn’t it be great if “yes” really meant “yes”? Often times, “yes” seems to mean “yes” only if it doesn’t embarrass or make things more difficult. But “yes” should mean “yes” and “no” should mean “no”. Simple, no discussion, it’s either “yes” or “no”. In real estate, the lines are …

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Brokerages forge New Paths to Profitability – RISMedia |

[ad_1] This month’s National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Energy Brokers Roundtable offers a long-term perspective for the real estate industry and brokerage firms. Moderator:Cindy Ariosa, Senior Vice President, Regional Director, Long & Foster Real Estate, Chantilly, Virginia, Liaison for Large Business and Industry Relations, National Association of REALTORS® Panelists: James …

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How I finally found a new home in a tight market

[ad_1] When my husband and I realized last summer that since we were both working remotely we could live anywhere, we first decided to move to Colorado and pursue new construction. We found many ads for “new build” communities with images of beautiful new homes that were supposed to be …

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Flood Insurance Rates of Over 1 Million Floridians Soar with New FEMA Program Coming into Force | Florida Trend Real Estate – Florida Trend

[ad_1] Flood insurance rates of over 1 million Floridians to rise as new FEMA program takes effect Florida businesses and homeowners are seeing double-digit rate increases of up to 45% in property insurance premiums, with insurers citing rising reinsurance costs, the “creeping loss” from the 2017-18 hurricanes and coastal flooding …

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CBHB REALTORS® Wrap of Summer of Community Giving

[ad_1] There are many tangible benefits to giving back, but for most people, it’s the intangible benefits that they really enjoy. Giving back can transform your perspective, give you a sense of purpose and satisfaction, and increase your connection to others and your community. And it’s this connection to the …

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Corpus Christi’s real estate market is hot

[ad_1] The demand for housing over the past year, coupled with a historically low supply, results in sellers getting the best price and buyers, in some cases, being left out, looking in CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – When it comes to the housing market, some have called what we are experiencing …

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California limits zoning for single-family homes

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law allowing duplexes to be built on most properties with one house, a severe reduction in single-family zoning in a state struggling with some of the highest housing prices in the country. The legislation, a goal long sought by proponents of greater housing construction, …

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Three things to consider before selling

[ad_1] Putting your house on the market is exciting. It can also be scary. How do you sort all the decisions and options? Here are some considerations to keep in mind: Is it worth your time and money? Before updating your 1970s bathroom, be aware that you may not recoup …

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5 Houston homes listed for $ 500,000 or less

[ad_1] Houston Association of Realtors President Richard Miranda and Keller Williams Platinum said, “We are seeing the most dynamic Houston real estate market in history.” Obviously, he is not wrong. And while Houston certainly has its fair share of million dollar homes, let’s be realistic, this is still quite the …

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Houses around $ 250,000 per region

[ad_1] Real estate experts across the state have witnessed the rapid rise of the housing market in the midst of the pandemic. Some home hunters have sought larger spaces to work from home, while some existing homeowners have held out for life, causing a out of stock which can hardly …

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State legislature approves bills to tackle housing discrimination

[ad_1] ALBANY – A large body of anti-discrimination legislation spurred on by Newsday’s “Long Island Divided” series of real estate selling practices on Long Island has gained final approval from the state legislature. The bills would increase fines for violating housing discrimination laws, require more anti-bias training, and increase brokers’ …

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“They buy everything” | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Housing in the Adirondacks is still in high demand more than a year after the coronavirus pandemic sparked a rush of homebuyers in metropolitan areas seeking rural respite. In April, the last month for which there is local market data, there were fewer homes on the market than there …

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Machias Savings Bank announces seven new corporators

[ad_1] At its annual meeting this week, Machias Savings Bank announced seven new corporators. The following have been voted on and approved by the existing companies of Machias Savings Bank: Marci Booth of LIHC Investment Group in Portland; Seraphina Erhart of Maine Coast Sea Vegetables in Hancock; Luke Holden of …

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South Florida Residential Sales, First Quarter Price Rise

[ad_1] (iStock) South Florida residential sales increased in the first quarter of this year as the housing market remained warm. A lack of inventory continues to plague parts of South Florida, with the luxury sector outperforming other prices, according to the Miami Association of Realtors. In the first quarter, residential …

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All California Metro Home Prices Are Up

[ad_1] Comment House prices have increased significantly overall California metropolitan areas in the past year. The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) recently published its The data for all median home prices for all metropolitan areas in America. It shows that all of the California metropolitan areas on its list have …

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