– Consumer confidence surges over 15 points When people spend money, economies expand – and consumers’ financial outlook improved considerably in the Nov. survey.
– NAR: Commercial markets expected to grow in 2012 NAR: Improving fundamentals suggest a positive trend next year, though markets have been relatively flat in 2011.
– NAR awards grants to Realtorandreg; groups for housing efforts Two local Realtor groups in Fla. each received $2,500 to support local affordable housing and education initiatives.
– Fla.’s home, condo sales higher in Oct. Existing home sales up 13%, condo sales up 12% over year; Fla. condo median price up 9%. National total sales up 1.4%. NAR: October existing home sales rise, unsold inventory declines xxx
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– Two real estate reports suggest Fla. rebound Realtor.com: 6 Fla. metro areas in top 10 for rebound; Trulia: 5 of 10 top “inbound searches” focus on Fla. markets.
– NAR installs 2012 officers Miami Realtor Moe Veissi installed as president; West Palm Beach’s D.J. Snapp is vice president and committee liaison. Fla. building codes updated for ADA, more ICC, Fla. Building Commission added construction or remodeling specs for disabled access, energy updates and wind design. NAR: Gradual...
– Florida’s 2012 NAR President outlines agenda Moe Veissi, a Miami Realtor and 2012 NAR president, says he’ll work hard to keep homeownership affordable and available.
– Realtorsandreg; ready to ‘seize the day’ for America’s homeowners NAR president at 2011 Conference and Expo: For the first time in generations, the American dream is threatened.
– Coalition to fight for affordable home funds Florida Realtors is one of 24 groups that want doc stamp money used for housing – not added to Fla.’s general fund. Fla. assistance for unemployed homeowners State still has money for some at-risk owners and it charges no fees, but...