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Articles relating to "Florida Legislature":

2017 legislative priority: Time to cap estoppel fees (2/20/2017)
Fla. associations may charge “reasonable” estoppel certificate fees, but some see fees as revenue streams. Florida Realtors wants a fee cap to restore fairness.

Florida Realtors mobilized for 2017 legislative session (2/15/2017)
The Florida Legislature will focus on several critical issues this year, including Fla.’s business rent tax, estoppel fees, AOB ins. rules and property tax caps.

Survey: Congress actually does care what you think (2/14/2017)
Congressional Management Foundation: Lawmaker visits work best, followed by letters and personal emails – so join Florida Realtors at Great American Realtor Days.

Florida Realtors’ web tool shows impact if property tax cap expires (2/8/2017)
Nearly 700K Floridians would pay higher taxes if an annual 10% property tax increase cap on non-homestead properties – like small businesses and second homes – expires in 2019.

Fla. has new rules for reporting pollution (11/14/2016)
Under emergency rules, the owner of a Fla. business must report pollution “contamination” within 24 hours – but specific regulations could change Dec. 25 and again after the 2017 Florida Legislature considers the issue.

NAR: Realtor candidates win in 2016 national races (11/10/2016)
A number of industry-friendly candidates backed by the Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC) won races, giving Realtors a strong voice in the U.S. Congress.

Vote Nov. 8: Many Floridians don’t (11/2/2016)
Why vote? Fla. is often pivotal, yet WalletHub found only average participation. Who to choose? Florida Realtors PAC released a list of pro-real estate candidates. What’s the RE impact? NAR will host a post-election webinar.