There’s a saying, “Money makes the world go ‘round.” If that’s true, it’s certainly understandable that a common question from homebuyers and sellers is: “How do real estate agents get paid?”
In July, Florida’s housing market reported higher median prices, more new listings and a rise in all-cash sales compared to a year ago.
Florida’s housing market continued to show strong gains in the second quarter, with solid annual gains in closed sales, rising median prices and new listings, according to the latest housing data from Florida Realtors.
Despite the inventory and credit challenges, Latinos are driving homeownership growth. The Urban Institute projects that this trend is only going to continue, with Latinos expected to make up 70% of homeownership growth between now and 2040.
“The MIAMI Association of Realtors Commercial (MIAMI Commercial) is home to the 5th largest commercial association in the U.S. (nearly 3,000 members) and the first Commercial MLS in the nation.” — Stephen R. Rigl, 2021 Commercial President, MIAMI Association of Realtors
Florida Realtors received word that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) extended its federal eviction moratorium through July 31, 2021. The association voiced its opposition to the decision, calling it “disappointing,” particularly for the thousands of Realtor members who are also housing providers.
May showed the momentum keeps building in the South Florida housing market with rising prices and shorter times from listing to contract.
While many aspects of real estate have changed through the years, the professional services of a Realtor continue to deliver significant value to Florida buyers in a constantly evolving market.
Showingly is a real estate platform linking agents, buyers and brokerages.
The program aims to help Realtors in marginalized communities.