Florida Housing Forecast 2022

Florida Housing Forecast 2022

Florida Real Estate Market Housing sales across the sunny south declined in October.  It’s a needed rest given that sales across Florida and other southern states for the last year and a half.  It’s typical of what’s happening in most housing markets in the US. However, Lawrence Yun of NAR said he expects this winter…

Tampa Sarasota St Petes Real Estate Forecast

Tampa Sarasota St Petes Real Estate Forecast

Real Estate Forecast for Tampa/Sarasota/St Petes The Florida real estate market is hot. The Sunshine State is geographically immense and there are many desirable places to locate to. Tampa, St Petes, Sarasota offer a lifestyle unique from that of Naples, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Panama City and Fort Lauderdale.  Many retirees prefer the more sedate neighborhoods…

Housing Inventories in Florida Bottoming

Housing Inventories in Florida Bottoming

Florida Housing Supply Dries Up The Florida housing market is one of the hottest housing markets in 2020 despite continually diminished listings of Florida homes for sale. The lack of housing construction is a topic I’ve been writing about for years. It’s due to government policies (NIMBY) resistance to new housing development and it’s pushing…

Realtor Lead Generation Platform

Realtor Lead Generation Platform

Realtor Lead Generation During the Pandemic A professional real estate sales person’s number one challenge always is to generate quality leads.  And this pandemic is making old school lead generation and nurturing almost impossible. The move to the new digital prospecting tools is accelerating.  Hopefully you’re getting on board before this big tech wave passes…

Florida Real Estate Forecast Part 2

Florida Real Estate Forecast Part 2

Florida Real Estate Forecast Part 2 Continued from Part 1 Contrast Florida home prices with those in California or New York, and combine this with the favorable tax situation here, and Florida might be the right opportunity for buyers who otherwise couldn’t make it happen. The plight of the tourism sector will at least keep…