Coast Guard Public Comment Period Open

The U.S. Coast Guard is seeking public comment on regulation of the St. Lucie River Railroad Bridge. Please submit your opinion regarding the operation and scheduling of the opening and closing of the bridge.  You can scan the QR code in the image below, or go to https://bit.ly/3x8tRwX to submit your comments to the Coast Guard. The […]

New Year, New MLS Benefit: Remine Pro

Remine Pro unlocks powerful new features and places key data into the hands of real estate professionals. This innovative tool brings together MLS, public, and people records to increase agent productivity and broker business Some of the features: Modern Interface More data – Remine Pro combines MLS and Public records data Deeper insights – real […]

2nd Annual Santa’s City Lights

Please join us for the 2nd Annual Santa’s City Lights in Downtown Stuart at Memorial Park! Opening night festivities on Dec. 10th from 5:30-8:30PM Stroll through a forest of illuminated trees, visit with Santa and enjoy a holiday movie in the park! The forest of trees will stay lit and on display through December 28th […]

2021 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers

The National Association of REALTORS® released its 2021 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, garnering coverage in a wide range of national media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Realtor.com®, and MarketWatch.  The annual report covers demographics, preferences, and experiences of buyers and sellers across the United States. 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the profile. This year’s profile, based […]

NEW Mobile MLS App: MLS-Touch

Stay connected and engaged on the go with the all-new premium mobile app – MLS-TOUCH. Designed exclusively for real estate professionals, it has all the essential features you need including powerful search tools, listing and showing details, property history, and instant comparables. It also has some advanced features that really set it apart like hotsheet activity, […]

Ballot Initiative Suspended; Replaced with Legislative Action

We are excited to announce that due to REALTOR® advocacy efforts, Florida Realtors® has announced a plan to work with the Florida Legislature to advance homeownership opportunities for frontline workers while protecting funding for existing housing programs. This effort will be a part of our 2022 Legislative Session agenda and provide us with enhanced opportunities […]

Fla.’s Housing Market: Median Price, New Listings Rise in July

Florida Realtors’ data: Median prices for single-family existing homes rose 20.3% year-over-year to $355,000; up 20.5% to $253,000 for condos/townhomes. Chief Economist O’Connor says July data shows signs Fla.’s housing market is heading on a steady path toward normalcy. In July, Florida’s housing market reported higher median prices, more new listings and a rise in all-cash […]

Keep Housing Funds for Housing

Over the last 10 years, Florida government has diverted over $2 billion out of existing affordable housing trust funds, and spent it on other unrelated projects. To make the process more accountable, Floridians are proposing a constitutional amendment that would put affordable housing funds in a lock box so they are used for affordable housing, […]

Sign up for Free Property Fraud Alerts

Property Fraud “Fastest-growing white-collar crime in the country” ~FBI Martin County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller Carolynn Timmann is offering a free tool to fight property fraud. Click “Clerk’s Property Fraud Alert” at www.MartinCountyClerk.com and complete the form. Register multiple spellings and variations of your name to ensure the broadest chances to catch […]

Fla.’s Housing Market Strong in May, Year-Ago Data Shows 2020 COVID-19 Impact

By Marla Martin Florida’s housing market continued to report more closed sales, higher median prices, more new listings and increased pending inventory compared to a year ago, according to Florida Realtors® latest housing data. Note that this month’s May 2020 comparison data reflects the state lockdown and economic uncertainty that occurred last spring during the coronavirus […]