September

Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • Residential real estate prices skyrocket in Orlando area

    Several counties in Central Florida have been outperforming the whole state in terms of home prices, according to new data. The successful counties are particularly those along the corridor of Interstate 4. This may be welcome news to those who are interested in selling or buying residential real estate in this part of Florida. The four counties around Orlando saw home prices increase by more than ...
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  • Florida commercial real estate market growing in hospitality area

    In South Florida, one area of real estate that is booming is the hospitality sector. Hotel investment, management and development firms are springing up because investors are regaining confidence in this aspect of commercial real estate . It appears that the flourishing Florida tourism industry is contributing to this trend. Some of the areas that are growing in terms of tourism include Monroe, ...
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  • Real estate dispute occurs between county and seafood restaurant

    In Florida, a major battle is occurring between a 17-year-old seafood restaurant called Flash Beach Grille and county officials. The seafood diner, which is also a catering business, is owned by a couple that claims their dream restaurant has recently become a nightmare because of a real estate dispute . They said they are facing daily fines of $1,000 for reportedly violating a land easement; ...
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  • Commercial real estate market appears strong for landlords

    Renting expenses take a larger chunk of people's paychecks in the southern part of Florida than they do almost anywhere else in the United States. The area's rental prices continue to increase as well. This may be encouraging news for people who are interested in making the most of Florida's commercial real estate market by selling their commercial rental properties. Renters in Florida's southern ...
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