Residential Real Estate

Hidden Paradise: Unveiling the Charm of a St. Petersburg Mid-Century Home, Now on SALE!

Nestled in the heart of St. Petersburg, 5034 28th Avenue N appears like any other suburban residence from the street. However, a hidden gem awaits beyond its boundaries – nearly

Iconic Dairy Inn in St. Petersburg to Make Way for Luxury Townhomes

In a significant development for St. Petersburg’s Crescent Lake area, the iconic Dairy Inn, a longtime ice cream shop, is set to be replaced by a luxury townhome project. Owned

Former Home of Late Actress Kirstie Alley in Clearwater Sold for $5.2 Million

In a real estate transaction that garnered attention from both entertainment and property enthusiasts, the former residence of the late Kirstie Alley, an acclaimed actress known for her roles in

Navigating Transformation: Florida’s Condo Landscape Post Champlain Towers Collapse

Two years have elapsed since the catastrophic collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium in Surfside, an event that devastated the lives of 98 individuals and prompted a profound transformation

From Founder to Successors: The Evolution of Related Group’s Leadership

In the world of real estate, a generational shift is taking place as younger leaders step up to guide companies into the future. This transition is evident in the case

Florida: A State of Contradictions in the Eyes of Residents

Florida, with its pristine beaches and year-round warm climate, has long been a popular destination for people seeking a change of scenery. However, recent data suggests that the state is

Insurers and Governments Tackle Climate Change Impact on Housing Market in the Sun Belt

Insurance companies and state governments in the Sun Belt region of the United States are grappling with the challenges posed by climate change as they attempt to prepare for or

Foreclosures Surge as Cost of Living in the U.S. Continues to Rise

As the cost of living in the United States continues to climb, foreclosures are also on the rise. In May, foreclosure-related filings, including default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions,

Unveiling the Prospects of South Florida’s Real Estate Market in the Second Half of 2023

South Florida’s real estate market is facing an interesting landscape for the second half of 2023. The region is currently experiencing a scarcity of available housing inventory, which poses a

Florida Dominates Commercial Real Estate as National Interest Declines

Real estate has long been considered a top investment choice, but according to a recent Gallup poll, its popularity has hit a five-year low. The annual survey of 1,013 U.S.