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Florida’s Legislative Session: What Real Estate Should Know

Laws governing vacation rentals, commercial rents, and condo boards are moving through the GOP-controlled chambers. While there’s no guarantee of any bill passing, given the Republican stronghold in the state, it’s highly likely that any bill that’s been prioritized will see DeSantis’s pen. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Should We Start Preparing For The Evacuation Of Miami?

At some point, if South Florida doesn’t change its approach to navigating climate change, evacuation will be necessary. But by withdrawing from Miami too soon, a vibrant city will be lost that could have become a training ground for learning how to adapt to the planet’s future. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Zoning, Infrastructure Limits Are Squeezing U.S. Land Supply

The Sun Belt fielded the lion’s share of migration spurred by the pandemic, and it has the land costs to prove it. The region’s average price of vacant land per acre more than doubled over the past two year. This in turn is keeping a vicious cycle in motion by making it more difficult to build and exacerbating local housing shortages. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE