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When will that $ 25 billion come to tenants and landlords?

Tenants and landlords, counting on access to the $ 25 billion in rental support money, can do little right now but wait for the red tape to slowly move forward. The money will come here. It’s just a matter of when. Of the $ 25 billion, Florida is expected to receive $ 1.4 billion, according to estimates by the National Low Income Housing Coalition. That would pay off overdue rental balances of $ 6,000 each for more than 200,000 Florida households. [Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel]

It’s cheaper to buy a house than rent it here, as studies show

According to a recent study by the real estate investment firm Roofstock, the average Florida mortgage payment for a home at average price is lower than renting it. This is especially true for the Punta Gorda and North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton metro areas. Analyzing the latest data from the US Census Bureau, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and von Zillow, Roofstock found that Florida has the 14th highest rental-to-price ratio at 6.6%, meaning it would be more affordable to buy House instead of rent in our state. [Source: Port Charlotte Sun]

What you need to know about moving to Florida

White sand beaches and tax incentives make people turn to the Sunshine State. And not only the traditional retirees – also remote workers who are far from retired are considering moving. Because if you have to distance yourself socially, you might as well have mild winters to keep company, right? But why Florida? [Source: Bloomberg Tax]

Pent-up optimism in the Gulf Coast commercial real estate industry

After a year in which Gulf Coast commercial property values ​​have plummeted in some sectors, transactions have been suspended, occupancy has declined in a few quarters, and rental income has lagged, industry participants claim 2021 will see a significant rebound. Although much of the optimism rests on a relatively quick and effective distribution of COVID-19 vaccines that will take months, industry watchers expect the second half of the year to rebound. [Source: Business Observer]

In connection with the purchase of Florida Tower popular with financial companies

Related Cos. Expands its South Florida real estate portfolio by acquiring an office tower that is renting outposts from Morgan Stanley and other financial firms. A Related subsidiary has agreed to pay $ 282 million to purchase the Phillips Point building in West Palm Beach from AEW Capital Management, according to people familiar with the purchase who asked not to be named because the matter is private. [Source: Crain’s New York]

STAT OF THE WEEK
925
According to the 2020 Top 50 Master Planned Communities of RCLCO Real Estate Advisors report, Nocatee was the 8th best-selling Master-Planed Community in the country in 2020. According to the report, 925 homes were sold in the parish last year, up from 909 in 2019. [Source: Jacksonville Daily Record]

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