Banks consider climate risk for home loans, a process called ‘blue-lining’
For decades, regular payments to a landlord haven’t counted for much for many tenants trying to get a mortgage. Fannie Mae aims to change that.
A Tesla driving on autopilot crashed into a Florida Highway Patrol cruiser near downtown Orlando while the trooper was attempting to assist a disabled car.
Florida's real estate sales laws and requirements are in need of a major overhaul.
Is a Foreclosure Crisis Unlikely?
The entry of Investment firms in residential real estate markets will end very badly for our economy and for everyday Americans.
In some cases, they’re raising premiums two to five times in a year. In others, they’re denying coverage because they deem it too risky.
Parents Want Justice for Birth Injuries. Hospitals Want to Strip Them of the Right to Make That Decision. Florida hospitals rely on the state’s NICA program to protect themselves from costly lawsuits. When parents resist, some of those same hospitals ask a judge to appoint an “independent guardian” to take the decision away.
Bankruptcy filings fell in 2021, but post-COVID ‘shadow debt’ may spell trouble
If you make minimum wage you'll need to work three full time jobs to afford a two bedroom apartment.
America's roaring real estate boom is leaving millions of would-be homebuyers out in the cold.
Car Insurance Industry pockets $30 billion in excess premiums.
Hospitals and Insurers Didn’t Want You to See These Prices. Here’s Why.
What are actual constitutional rights?
Are you in the market for a new car? Here are some tips for dealing with car dealerships.
Supreme Court Ends Eviction Moratorium
Auto insurance companies are stealing billions of dollars from consumer every day.
A housing inventory rebound
Midwestern Pet Food Responsible for killing 130 dogs
Are we headed to another 2008 Housing Crisis?
A bankruptcy waive coming for the unvaccinated?
Student Debt Cancelled for 300,000 Americans
Florida Property Insurance Law Blocked by Federal Judge