The U.S. Supreme Court suspended the eviction moratorium on Thursday August 26. The eviction moratorium was originally extended by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on August 3rd in an effort to mitigate the increase of the pandemic in areas where the virus SARS-CoV-2 is prevalent.
According to the most recent housing data provided by the Florida REALTOR’s Research Department in conjunction with REALTOR associations and boards in their respective local regions, the following has been analyzed.
Sometimes, a little color is all it takes to make a house feel like a home. If you want to give your home a color makeover, you can easily take care of this task on your own. A DIY paint job could save you hundreds of dollars, if you have the time and patience to pull it off. However, if you’re tired of looking at DIY tutorials and countless YouTube guides, you can find a local pro to help you out with your paint project. But you can also find a handyman or contractor to help with other projects around your home as well.
If your phone can be used to control devices in your home remotely (also called home automation or domotics) you may already be utilizing smart home features. From your phone it is now possible to control security and entertainment systems, thermostats, lighting, and more. Imagine controlling all of your home devices from one place!
If you are looking for a way to make passive income for retirement or simply want a safe way to invest your money, purchasing and maintaining a Florida vacation home may be one of your best bet out there. Small-time real estate investors choose Florida because of its popularity as a vacation destination. People from all over the world travel to the Sunshine State for family theme park vacations, romantic beach getaways, and urban adventures in cities like Jacksonville.
Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments many Americans will ever make during their lifetime. This endeavor is much more than a mere home purchase or property investment. It encompasses the economic hopes, dreams and destiny of those involved. Sadly, the process of purchasing a home can present some new appalling experiences to some, like discrimination.
Owning a home can be one of the most rewarding and the most demanding positions to be in. While you are investing in your very own property as opposed to a landlord’s, you also want to get as much as you can out of your home while residing in the property. Additionally, you want to be mindful of how you can increase your home’s value and make it more attractive to buyers when the time comes to sell, while keeping your cost low.
Owning a home comes with a lot of external variables. Some are good, while some can be seen as a burden by others. Taxes for example are a necessary external burden, I am sure we can all agree on that. Ownership rights, however, can be seen as a plus. Estates and tenancies are just that, your ownership rights or the extent of interest an individual owns. Additionally, it also includes the degree, quantity and nature of those rights.
There are current property laws that relate specifically to real estate, while others relate to personal property. Additionally, there are laws that help make the distinction on real property vs personal property. Whether a property is considered real or personal can be simplified with a straightforward question: “Can you physically move it?”
Owning your own piece of real estate is most American’s dream. At least that’s a starter dream, in the end, the sky is the limit. However, once you reach your home ownership goals, you’ll need to know what those assets mean to you. While most people tend to use real estate and real property interchangeably, land, real estate and real property all have their different levels of ownership rights towards the plot of land you claim.