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Is It Covered? Named Storm

Is It Covered? Named Storm


If you have properties in coastal locations, it’s not always clear if you have coverage when a tropical storm or hurricane comes through. ...CONTINUE READING
The Perfect Tenant Check-out

The Perfect Tenant Check-out


So your tenant needs to move. They have gotten a new job in a different city, are getting married and moving in with their spouse, ...CONTINUE READING
Hurricane Preparation Tips

Hurricane Preparation Tips


Though hurricanes often come with some warning, preparing your properties and tenants well in advance is of the utmost importance. Natural disasters don’t wait on humans to be ready to respond. ...CONTINUE READING
How to Know You Need Coverage Beyond Premises Liability

How to Know You Need Coverage Beyond Premises Liability


Premises liability is the legal principle that property owners have some level of accountability for accidents and injuries on their property, or premises. ...CONTINUE READING
Three Types of Coverage Triggered by Windstorms

Three Types of Coverage Triggered by Windstorms


The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project, which has been forecasting seasonal weather events for nearly 40 years predicts that the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season (officially beginning June 1), will be another active one calling for 19 named storms, ...CONTINUE READING
2022 REALTOR® Volunteer Days

2022 REALTOR® Volunteer Days


Join NAR in a national week of REALTOR® Volunteering! Together, we can make a real difference as we serve our neighbors and strengthen our communities. ...CONTINUE READING
Why This Housing Market Is Not a Bubble Ready To Pop

Why This Housing Market Is Not a Bubble Ready To Pop


Homeownership has become a major element in achieving the American Dream. A recent report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) finds that over 86% of buyers agree homeownership is still the American Dream. ...CONTINUE READING
‘The sudden large gains in mortgage rates have reduced the pool of eligible homebuyers’: Pending home sales fall amid rising mortgage rates

‘The sudden large gains in mortgage rates have reduced the pool of eligible homebuyers’: Pending home sales fall amid rising mortgage rates


The numbers: Pending home sales dropped 1.2% in March, according to the monthly index released by the National Association of Realtors. ...CONTINUE READING
The Fed wants to cool the U.S. housing market. Here's what that feels like

The Fed wants to cool the U.S. housing market. Here's what that feels like


(Reuters) - In mid-April, months into an increasingly frustrating house hunt, Harsh Grewal and his wife settled on a place in a San Francisco suburb and were prepping a bid, above the listed price so they'd have a chance of besting other offers in one of the nation's hottest housing markets. ...CONTINUE READING
Foreclosure filings are up 132% from a year prior. Here’s what that means for the housing market (and it’s not what you might think).

Foreclosure filings are up 132% from a year prior. Here’s what that means for the housing market (and it’s not what you might think).


When we were reading through real-estate data this month, three stats caught our eye. The first: that the number of active foreclosures (this is when the foreclosure process has begun on a seriously delinquent loan, but it has yet to be completed and liquidated) ...CONTINUE READING

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