How much time do you spend on activities that make money? How much on support work? Tracking “billable time” makes it easier to set priorities.
The pandemic didn’t hurt the cannabis business; in fact, it’s doing better than expected, and capital investment may be second only to the industrial sector.
In June, home prices rose 3.5% year-to-year; in July, they rose 3.9%. The rate of home price increases is accelerating due to low interest rates and strong buyer demand.
The Sept. Consumer Confidence Index rose above 100 (101.8) from last month’s 86.3, but the component measuring future expectations rose the most – from 86.6 to 104.0.
The index score rose to 85.1 from Aug.’s 78.8 – the biggest increase since the pandemic hit. While the sentiment index isn’t back to pre-pandemic levels yet, the component measuring whether it’s time to buy a big-ticket item surged 8.4 points higher.
Over four years, both Republicans and Democrats proposed measures to weaken or end 1031 like-kind exchanges. NAR says it’s now gearing up for another campaign.
Among other changes, a sign-language interpreter’s window can be placed beside the speaker, and the hearing impaired can “pin” speakers they wish to hear.
Is it acceptable for a condo association to “self-insure” and cancel their current insurance? Also: Can a board avoid naming a director to an empty position?
A NAR letter to HUD Sec. Ben Carson says barring transgender people from homeless shelters would force more onto the streets, leaving them “vulnerable to violence.”
Fla. is a draw for retirees, but the pandemic and ability to work from home has led more people shop for a second home before they’ve officially retired.
Nationally, home prices in the suburbs have moved 3.2% higher since March compared to an overall 2.3% within cities, according to a realtor.com analysis. In South Fla., however, prices in urban areas declined 2.2% since March, while suburban prices are up 0.3%.
How do you protect businesses from COVID-19-related lawsuits without banning consumers’ legitimate right to sue? A business coalition made some recommendations.
COVID-19 created yet another problem: A U.S. shortage of dishwashers, refrigerators, washers and dryers. Freezers disappeared first when consumers started hoarding food.
Anchor Property and Casualty claimed an assignment-of-benefit claim was constitutionally illegal. So far, a lower court agreed but Anchor lost in a court of appeal.