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Buyer Fees for Real Estate Commissions: New Opportunities for Real Estate Realtors®

Tue Feb 27, 2024 on Blog & News

Buyer Fees for Real Estate Commissions: New Opportunities for Real Estate Realtors®

In the aftermath of the recent Federal Court ruling that held the National Association of Realtors and large residential brokerages liable for approximately $1.8 billion in damages after finding that they conspired to keep residential commissions artificially high, questions as to how, moving forward, commissions for buyer and seller Realtors will be structured remain. Currently, sellers pay their Realtor’s commission, […]

An Alternative to Traditional Lender Mortgages: Seller Financing

Tue Aug 8, 2023 on Blog

An Alternative to Traditional Lender Mortgages: Seller Financing

Are you a seller willing to provide a mortgage to a prospective home purchaser? Or, are you a residential home purchaser able to purchase a home for full price or even a higher offer and seek alternative financing? There is an uptick in seller financing for both parties due to the increase in interest rates to date and lenders becoming […]

Do cash homebuyers have an advantage?

Tue May 9, 2023 on Blog & Florida Real Estate

Do cash homebuyers have an advantage?

Cash offers on homes have increased substantially over the last few years. In 2022, according to Redfin, 30% of all home sales were paid with all cash with 64% of all $1 million plus sales in Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, and Broward counties as well as 46% those under $1 million being cash deals. What are the Seller Advantages? Although it may be […]

Are Foreclosures Necessary to Creating a Healthier Housing Market?

Tue Dec 13, 2022 on Blog & Florida Real Estate

Are Foreclosures Necessary to Creating a Healthier Housing Market?

Foreclosures and Loosening Credit: Reevaluating Risk In a perfect world, there would be no foreclosures, as people would have enough resources to make their monthly mortgages. We all can agree that the substantial number of foreclosures during the Great Recession was painful (some estimates indicate that 3.8 million homeowners lost their home to foreclosure from 2007 to 2010); however, the […]