Residential

Twenty-one percent of the population now resides in a community association
Twenty-one percent of the population now resides in a community association, according to the 2016 National and State Statistical Review for Community Association Data published by the Foundation for Community Association Research in conjunction with the Community Associations Institute (CAI).  ... Keep Reading....
The National Housing Conference (NHC) has announced that its President and CEO Chris Estes is resigning at the end of the month to join the non-profit Rebuilding Together
The National Housing Conference (NHC) has announced that its President and CEO Chris Estes (pictured right) is resigning at the end of the month to join the non-profit Rebuilding Together to work on community revitalization strategies including supporting their immediate hurricane relief efforts... more
Hurricane Irma might be gone, but the chaos it brought to Florida’s housing market will linger for a long time
CoreLogic updated its analysis on the property damage brought by Hurricane Irma on the mainland U.S. and has determined that total insured and uninsured loss for both residential and commercial properties, including damage from both flood and wind, is estimated to be between $42.5 billion and $65... more
The Mortgage Collaborative (TMC) has announced a new preferred partner relationship with national credit information service provider, Certified Credit Reporting
The Mortgage Collaborative (TMC) has announced a new preferred partnership with national correspondent investor and mortgage loan servicer, First Community Mortgage (FCM). The new relationship with FCM adds another best-in-class national correspondent investor to their preferred partner network... more
Hurricane Irma might be gone, but the chaos it brought to Florida’s housing market will linger for a long time
Hurricane Irma might be gone, but the chaos it brought to Florida’s housing market will linger for a long time.   According to a new report from Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS), the FEMA-designated disaster areas in Florida that were impacted by Hurricane Irma covers more than 3.1 million... more