Florida Home Sales Sizzling Despite Foreclosure Hangover

The Florida real estate market is back, with record-setting home sales that rival pre-recession levels. More

Parking for the Boat (Under the House)

Marco Island, Florida builders want permission for boat parking under a house at the end of the canal. But code officials aren’t sure the idea will float. More

Chinese Drywall Makes Trouble for Miami Hi-Rise Condo

Twenty-nine high-rise condo owners on Miami’s Brickell Avenue will have to move out while defective Chinese-made drywall is removed. More

South Florida Investors Still Flipping Houses

House flipping isn’t the craze it was ten years ago, but it’s still a significant business in Florida — and it’s attracting big-money backing. More

Land Scarcity Holds Florida Homebuilders in Check

Demand is strong, but the lack of available land is keeping Florida homebuilders on the sidelines. More

South Florida Towns Grapple with Unlicensed Short-Term Rental Issue

With town resources tight, neighbors are banding together in opposition to short-term rentals in beachfront areas. But some residents say, “Live and let live.” More

Florida Bill Would Limit Builder Liability Exposure to Seven Years After Completion

Florida’s legislature may limit the state’s “statute of repose” for construction defect claims to seven years. More

Florida Man Builds a Private Toll Road

Ever need to fly out of Tallahassee? Soon, you’ll have a new way to get to the airport. More

Oceanfront Homes Rule Florida Real Estate Market

Oceanfront homes are selling for top dollar in south Florida. More

Sarasota Casts a Critical Eye on New FEMA Flood Maps

Sarasota, Florida has 90 days to challenge FEMA’s new flood-plain maps. More

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