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Update regarding a possible oversupply in the Real Estate market

Usually every 2 months I’m performing a detailed market check about the supply and demand for real estate in our area. My last check performed beginning of November 2019 revealed a still healthy market of demand and supply. My gut feeling is bothering me a long time since I can see what’s going on and

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Solar energy in Florida

Florida… Sunshine State. According to different weather websites Florida has about 260 days of sunshine per year. You would think the “Sunshine State” therefore is the leader when it comes to Solar energy. Well: think again because we aren’t. We are the taillight. The short version is that it’s probably never going to happen. For

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Comparing real estate rentals in Europe and the USA

Americans find it difficult to understand European investors when problems such as non-payment of rent and, in bad cases, even nomadic tenancy arise. We actually almost don’t know such a thing in the USA. We will show you where the differences lie: In general, it should be noted that the rights for rentals in the

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Property management trouble

The snowbirds are coming back and they often don’t like how their property looks. They thought they’d paid a management company to take care of their property, but it looks like hell.  Did it happen to you too – or not YET???? Chances are, it might happen to you as well. I heard the excuse

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Buying a vacation home and rent it: Does it produce ROI?

We have plenty of statistics showing us if a vacation home still is a good investment. I.e. let’s take a look at the Tourist tax received by Lee County over the last 12 months: This is a look by the end of September and therefore right before the season kicks in again: We had the

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