The mansion where the Kardashian sisters filmed “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami” is on the market.
Florida’s foreclosure crisis refuses to ease up, according to new data.
Planning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.
Downtown Miami is enjoying a renaissance of sorts in the real estate market as condo sales boom after completely crashing in 2009. Now, cash is required and getting your hands on a stylish condo is getting tougher.
The state will get an $8.6 million share of a national settlement with a loan processing company over improper mortgage foreclosure practices, included “robo-signing”.
A 23-year-old man who recently moved into a $2.5 million mansion using an obscure real estate law is in good company: a $4.6 million oceanfront mansion is among other foreclosed properties to risk being taken over by squatters.
Several years have passed since mortgage fraud forced tens of thousands of Floridians into financial oblivion. So why have only half of eligible Floridians applied for the financial assistance to which they’re entitled?
While South Florida’s economy as a whole is recovering, the housing market is doing the opposite.
House-hunting can sometimes turn up bad smells, but rarely one this much.
By now, we know the drill. For homeowners, it’s great news. For those looking to buy, it’s terrible. Home prices rose again in October, placing South Florida counties in fifth place on a home price index’s list of highest annual gains.