With Florida atop or near atop the list of foreclosure-ridden states, lawmakers on Thursday began looking again at ways to speed up the handling of foreclosure cases that now can take two years or more to wind their way through the courts.
While most homeowners across South Florida have seen their property values drop by as much as half in the last couple of years, one Broward city has bucked the trend.
Homeowners in Sunrise and Plantation are assessing the damage left behind by a tornado that caused major property damage and minor injuries.
Homeowners in one Sunrise neighborhood are assessing the damage after a possible tornado touchdown Tuesday night.
The home market has been the foundation of the Great Recession in South Florida for years. While sales of homes and condos may be increasing, the chances of the average Joe getting some of these great deals remains slim.
It would be harder for people to take possession of land or homes that they don’t own under a bill passed Wednesday by the Senate and sent to the House.
A South Florida businessman who convinced investors to back his proposal to build low cost housing in Haiti in the weeks after last year’s earthquake is now being sued for not delivering.
Seven years later, a group of homeowners continue waiting for the county to rebuild their homes that were destroyed by a tornado.
Homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments may be able to get a helping hand from Uncle Sam.
Realtor.com found that Miami was the fifth most searched city when it comes to real estate.