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Mortgage rates may continue to gradually decline in July on falling inflation. But even if rates fall, it doesn't mean homes will become affordable for everyone.

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The Lakeland-Winter Haven area had the largest numeric gain in the population ages 0-14. Other parts of Florida have the fastest-growing working-age population in the nation.

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The ruling by the nation’s highest court comes after homelessness in the United States grew by 12% last year to its highest reported level.

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Before listing their homes (or refinancing), sellers should understand the concept behind a fair appraisal.

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Three property insurance companies have been approved for rate decreases. Six others have filed for decreases in 2024.

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HousingWire’s 2024 Women of Influence award recognizes women nationwide who have made an impact on the housing and real estate industry.

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Legislative reforms and a cooling inflation are beginning to have a positive impact on the state’s home insurance market, the Insurance Information Institute found.

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Builders are slowing the pace of new home construction. Single-family housing starts declined in May for the third straight month to the slowest pace since October.

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Some of the new laws that resulted from Florida Realtors' 2024 legislative priorities include more Hometown Heroes Housing and My Safe Florida Home funding.

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Veto of SB 280, which was a Florida Realtors priority, protects private property rights and Florida’s economy.

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