South Florida Agent covers a wide variety of topics day in and day out, from home sales to new construction and everything in between. Take a look at which stories from 2021 generated the most interest with our readers.
The shortage of housing in America is more “dire” than previously expected, according to a new National Association of Realtors (NAR) report.
The median price of a home in the U.S. reached its highest point in 13 years last month as inventory continued to fall.
Florida had the third-most foreclosure starts in the nation during August 2021, according to new data from ATTOM’s U.S. Foreclosure Market Report.
The Sunshine State is still the nation’s most desirable place to retire.
States with low taxes are attracting people from all over the country. Over the last eight years, an average of four people moved into low-tax states from other parts of the country for every one person who left, according to a new report from Redfin.
Zillow announced it would end its iBuyer service, Zillow Offers, cutting roughly a quarter of its workforce, citing the volatility the service created for the online brokerage as the motivation for the move.
Miami took the No. 10 spot on the list, with 34% of respondents saying they expected the market to outperform the national average.
The news that Zillow purchased ShowingTime for $500 million sent shockwaves through the residential real estate industry in February.
More house for the money. Less taxes. More outdoor space. Warm weather. Closer to family.
Americans are leaving the Northwest and Midwest in favor of the warmer Southeast and Southwest, according to a new report.