South Florida... a great place to live! Real estate ramblings written by a South Florida Realtor.
ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS
For sometime now, I've been wanting to go through ActiveRain's blog archives to see what members where writing about since before I joined in late August. I decided to get started this past weekend and I've decided to share my findings with you in a series of posts. I guess you could say it's a...
Are you an eco-friendly agent?Among other things, Eco-Friendly Real Estate Agents:Include as many photos as their MLS will allowHave a virtual tour of their listings availableProvide good directions to the propertyInclude a floorplan whenever possibleIf listing agents took the time to properly ma...
Many of you have probably seen HGTV's show called "What You Get For The Money" at some point. I watch it whenever I can and always find it interesting to see what you can get in different parts of the U.S. for the same amount of money. So I was curious to see how my newest listing stacked up ag...
Here are some helpful links to resources that provide detailed information on both public and private schools (including higher education) throughout the state of Florida. Please note that these websites are maintained by the Florida Department of Education:Florida Public Schools (includes FCAT ...
Whether it's a previously owned home or new construction, I always highly recommend to home buyers I work with that they have a professional home inspection performed. If you are buying a home in Florida and are in need of locating a qualified home inspector, here are a couple of resources that m...
Did you know that if Florida were an independent country, it would rank as the world's 15th largest economy? The gross state product reached an unprecedented $594 billion last year and real estate activity accounted for 44% of that total ($263 billion).Real property... building it and buying it....
Florida Capital: Tallahassee Number of Counties: 67 Florida became the 27th state of the U.S. in 1845. Florida Population: 15,982,378 (2000 Census),approximately 1,000-1,200 people move to Florida every day!Florida is the 4th most populated state in the U.S. Florida's Major Industries: tourism is...