Wednesday, October 24, 2007

The Solution Company

Preferred Property Finder is the boutique real estate agency that Luxury Waterfront Condo developers are looking to, to help them find buyers in this new state of the South Florida real estate market. Made up of long time business and sales executives the company is the right fit for these developers' second phase of marketing and selling. Preferred Property Finder is pleased to announce its relationship with Cielo on the Bay and developer Mario Egozi. Cielo is an unique, upscale addition to Harbor Island in North Bay Village. Egozi, along with Luis Revuelta, architect and Weintraub Companies, contractor are building an extraordinary 36-unit oasis. Each home is designed to optimize natural light with expansive flow-through floor plans and panoramic wide bay views. With private elevator entries, ultra european kitchens, secure covered parking, roof-top pool, spa and gym, and private marina Cielo is the perfect answer to owning a private exceptional piece of South Florida. And now is the perfect time to take advantage of the current real estate market.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Property Tax Reform

The Florida House passed a bipartisan property tax reform package yesterday by a 108-2 vote that addresses many issues important to Florida Realtors. It now goes to the Senate for consideration.


A bill was introduced in the U.S. House yesterday designed to lessen problems within the mortgage industry. The legislation aims to prod states into enacting stronger mortgage regulations and sets up federal-level regulations if they don’t do so.

Monday, October 1, 2007

For Most Buyers, the Mortgage Market Is Healthy

The widespread notion that the entire mortgage market is in crisis is just plain wrong, say lenders in various parts of the country. The majority of mortgage products have been unaffected by troubles in the subprime segment. Interest rates for 30-year, fixed-rated loans remain in the low 6 percent range for people with reasonably good, though not necessarily perfect, credit records, according Kenneth R. Harney, managing director of the National Real Estate Development Center and syndicated columnist. Source: The Washington Post Writers Group, Kenneth R. Harney (09/29/2007)