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- Find a Home: (Sun-Sentinel)
Search listings from south florida real estate brokers, builders and classifieds.
- High-end real estate market still sizzling (USATODAY.com via Yahoo! News)
Real estate broker Olivia Hsu Decker guided guests through an $8 million fixer-upper last weekend at an invitation-only open house in Presidio Heights, one of San Francisco's toniest neighborhoods.
- Laws will target mortgage fraud (Greeley Tribune Online)
With mortgage and real estate fraud sweeping Colorado, residents should expect some changes on the horizon.
- Donald Trump promotes himself at Palm Beach, Fla., chamber event (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) (Hotel Online)
Nov. 18--Real estate/TV celebrity Donald Trump rolled out of bed at Mar-a-Lago Friday morning to address the annual Women's Chamber of Commerce event -- for free.
- Real estate industry adjusts to cool-down (Chicago Tribune)
As houses typically begin to sell in months, not days, brokerages are having to adapt to the cooling of the real estate market. Larger firms are downsizing some offices to become more customer-focused.
- Is Key West going straight? Some wonder (Bradenton Herald)
For decades, the remote Florida town of Key West has been a refuge for gay tourists, a kind of Southern bookend to Provincetown, Mass. - a place where drag shows, all-male guest houses (complete with communal hot tubs) and a spirit of unbridled hedonism attracted everyone from closeted Midwest accountants to Tennessee Williams.
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- We're growing on you (The News-Press)
Six months isn't a long time in the life of a community, but when you live in south Lee County where the landscape changes by the day you can miss a lot while basking in the cooler climate up north. Stores are opened, roads are widened. The old is torn down and the new rises in its place.
- South Florida landlords blame rising taxes, insurance costs for rent surge (Sun-Sentinel)
Landlords in South Florida say skyrocketing taxes and insurance costs are forcing them to sell their units or raise rents -- in some cases by several hundred dollars a month.
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