A Madison Capital Management affiliate has been advised by Cushman & Wakefield in the context of the sale of 203 condominium units within 272 Heritage Estates, a Class A community in Orlando. The firm has also garnered [...]
A community's chances of a speedy recovery from a hung-over Florida housing market not only depends on how many foreclosed homes they have in the neighborhood but even more importantly on which lenders own those properties.
Working as a short sale realtor in Orlando, I can tell you exactly [...]
So, you've finally made the decision to sell your home and you're ready to hire a realtor. Now what? Well, that's easy right? Just hire the first realtor you come across in your area... Wrong!
Hiring the right Orlando realtor is crucial when listing your house for sale and it could save [...]
The market crash of 2007 was a great school for young Orlando realtors
Shortly after the real estate market collapse of 2007, many Orlando realtors decided to give up being a realtor as a profession. They just weren't making enough money to pay their bills and rather than trying to adapt to the new[...]
You've decided to make what is probably going to be the biggest purchase of your life - a home - and that’s exciting. However, before you set your heart on the number of bedrooms you want, neighborhood, backyard pool, etc., you should look into the cost of home insurance and determine what you can[...]
Every homeowners insurance company requires either a four-point inspection or a full-home inspection before issuing an insurance policy to the new homeowner. These inspections are designed to protect both the insurance company as well as the buyer by exposing any existing issues or damages [...]
"Florida Hardest Hit" program is helping Orlando homeowners in a big way.
Florida Hardest Hit is part of a federal initiative to help states devastated by the housing crash. Last week state housing officials announced changes to a $1 billion foreclosure prevention program that will make it [...]