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More lenders are now offering jumbo loans. The high-end loans made up 20.3% of all first mortgages originated in the first quarter 2016, up from 18.9% a year ago.
2015 survey: One in four of owners can't fit even one car in their garage, but organization products are expected to soon be a $2.4B business, up 25% from 2014.
There's a good chance Fla. will see gusty rain this weekend, and an insurance association issued a reminder on hurricane-preparedness steps homeowners should take.
The government oversight office agreed with a FEMA report that it's not wise to create community-based flood insurance policies. Under the plan, all residents would have been covered and paid for flood ins. through taxes or utility bills.
State and local AEs at NAR's Leadership Summit were told Realtors should be okay no matter who wins the election thanks, in part, to NAR's lobbying strength.
Andrew Barbar, 2015 president, is 2016 Realtor of the Year; Stephen Lingley is Associate Realtor of the Year – awards were given out yesterday at the convention.
The website rated 150 cities on affordability, health care, activities and quality of life. Of 11 Fla. cities, all ranked above average – and Orlando was No. 1.
The median single-family home price ($223,238) rose 11.6% year-to-year and condo prices rose 6.8%. NAR: Challenged by low supply, July U.S. home sales lost momentum and declined 1.6% year-over-year – the first drop since Nov. 2015.
In the case, a Tampa couple wanted the court to reverse an earlier court's decision and rule that their property insurer must cover Chinese drywall damage.