Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Florida Real Estate

Fla. homeowners don't need State Farm
The state insurance commissioner says that smaller insurers have sufficient capacity to take on most of the orphan policies.

Developers prepare for Hometown Democracy
Builders are trying to change local comprehensive plans now in case voters approve Amendment 4 in 2010.

IRS to ease commercial mortgage refinancing
New rules would allow certain types of loans to be refinanced without triggering tax penalties for investors.

Bernanke says recession 'very likely over'
But the Fed chair warned a weak economy will linger, and the unemployment rate, now at 9.7%, will keep rising.

Credit crunch deters international homebuyers
NAR's 2009 study finds a decline in interest for U.S. properties thanks to the credit crunch and a worldwide recession.

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