For Sale by Owner? Think Twice

For Sale by Owner… is a trend that appeals some Homeowners. Did You know that the CEO of buyowner.com listed his home with a Realtor? The promise of no commission expense is sweet to think.  But… There are many caveats to consider when putting your Home For Sale By Owner. According to the National Association of […]

David Beckham is ready to unveil a European-style open-air “Futbol” stadium at Port of Miami

The popular retired British soccer player David Beckham is fighting boredom by getting in a hot crusade to get his new project supported by City Officials and other key influential players.  Heaviest position is being shown by Royal Caribbean Cruises and some Miami-Dade Commissioners, concerned about the impact the project may have in port operations […]

Tips For Selecting A Realtor

  Tips For Selecting A Realtor Your Real Estate Professional should be: Aware of the complicated local and state requirements affecting your transaction. Effective in multi-party, face-to-face negotiations. Highly-trained, with access to programs for continued learning and additional certifications. Resourceful in attracting the largest possible pool of potential buyers. Knowledgeable in the technology resources that […]

5 things to consider when looking for a Mortgage

Get your documents ready. You should be prepared for a meticulous review by lenders underwriting departments because of  new mortgage regulations effective in January.  Lenders are looking more in detail for borrowers ability to pay back their loans. Borrowers should be ready to show: bank statements, 2 years of tax returns, W2s, investment accounts and documentation […]

Flood Insurance – House votes to limit rate increases

With a bipartisan vote of 306-91 the House of Representatives agreed to limit rating increases to premiums of the National Flood Insurance Program. The discussion still continue and the proposed bill need to pass the Senate before making it to law.  The voted proposed changes will eliminate the changes done in 2012 that required FEMA(Federal […]

How is Miami Preparing for the Panama Canal Expansion

The Panama Canal will double its capacity during 2015 because of the new expansion project.  This presents a marvelous opportunity to cities like Miami.  More than half of the merchandise that travels to the Panama Canal, come or goes to the United States. The port of Miami is ahead of the game with the dredge to […]