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Great American REALTOR Day

Date: 
19 March 2014 - 8:00am - 5:00pm
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First Time Home Buyers Will Save With Amendment 4: Vote YES!

There are many reasons to vote "YES" on Amendment 4 this year, but one of the most important reasons is a homestead exemption for first time homebuyers.

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2012 Florida Legislature: Week 5 recap

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. a Feb.

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Florida Enters $25 Billion Joint State-Federal Mortgage Servicing Settlement

February 9, 2012
Media Contact: Jenn Meale
Phone: (850) 245-0150

Florida Enters $25 Billion Joint State-Federal Mortgage Servicing Settlement

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Florida Enter $25 Billion Joint State-Federal Mortgage Servicing Settlement

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Attorney General Pam Bondi News Release


February 9, 2012
Media Contact: Jenn Meale
Phone: (850) 245-0150

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Are you running into issues with Citizens Roofing Requirement?

Send an e-mail and tell us about it - danielle@miamire.com.


The MIAMI Association of REALTORSA(R) and Florida REALTORSA(R) is working with the Florida Legislature for a possible solution.  Effective Feb. 1, 2010, Citizens implemented new rules regarding roofs.  If you know of homeowners affected by these changes, please let us know.  


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Florida Legislature advances Realtor issues

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. a Jan.

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Great American Realtor Days

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Bondi: Donat cut homeownersa mortgage principal

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. a May 17, 2011 a The Attorney General of Florida, a state where almost half of all mortgaged homes are underwater a opposes efforts that would force the nationas five largest mortgage servicers to reduce the principal on loans owed by struggling U.S.

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Fla.as Realtors meet Tallahassee lawmakers

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. a April 13, 2011 a More than 1,000 members of Florida Realtors spent a second day in the state capital today, meeting with lawmakers and promoting the issues important to the stateas homeowners and the real estate industry.