Millennials need more education on home buying

Millennials need more education on home buying


Despite financial issues and a lack of knowledge, 89 percent of millennials still said they hoped to become a homeowner at some point. read more
Agent Snapshot: Gina Chase, Realtor, Howard Chase Real Estate

Agent Snapshot: Gina Chase, Realtor, Howard Chase Real Estate


"The more work you put in, the more results you see. I have a really intense work ethic." read more
Zillow Offers comes to Miami, plans push into condos

Zillow Offers comes to Miami, plans push into condos


Zillow's iBuyer service is officially open for business in South Florida. read more
Housing starts show builders are cautiously optimistic

Housing starts show builders are cautiously optimistic


U.S. homebuilders appear optimistic that low mortgage rates can turn the tide in favor of stronger sales in the months ahead. read more
Keller Williams and Offerpad will join forces

Keller Williams and Offerpad will join forces


Keller Offers will partner with established iBuyer Offerpad to offer customers a hybrid of the services the two companies provide. read more
Why prestigious properties can be a tough sell

Why prestigious properties can be a tough sell


Perhaps contrary to popular belief, the unique homes built by architect Frank Lloyd Wright tend to remain available on the market for several years at a time. read more
Making Moves: Douglas Elliman, Berkshire Hathaway-EWM

Making Moves: Douglas Elliman, Berkshire Hathaway-EWM


Catch up on the latest hires from Miami's top real estate firms. read more
New policies to expand access to federally backed mortgages

New policies to expand access to federally backed mortgages


Two new policies in the works have the potential to reshape the way homebuyers access credit through programs backed by the U.S. government. read more
Why a recession could be near and what it means for housing

Why a recession could be near and what it means for housing


A constellation of factors point to a possible recession in the coming months or years, but the housing market will be neither the cause of it, nor the hardest-hit part of the economy. read more
Miami’s cyclical housing market enters new phase

Miami’s cyclical housing market enters new phase


Not long after facing what some feared to be a glut of new condos on the market, Miami developers and brokers could soon be facing the opposite problem. read more
For buyers and sellers with kids, time is of the essence

For buyers and sellers with kids, time is of the essence


Homebuyers and sellers with children under 18 years old prioritize prompt responses and timely transactions when working with real estate agents, often even more so than clients without kids. read more