Sentinel Real Estate Group, along with senior housing operator CiminoCare, is pleased to announce their renovation work at the historic Portola Gardens Assisted Living Community has been nominated for a highly-coveted Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Award.
Located in the Garden District in San Francisco’s Portola neighborhood, the current structure was first built in the 1930s and has a long history of providing senior care to the area.
Broward County existing condominium sales increased for the eighth consecutive month in November as total Broward home sales increased 4.3 percent year-over-year, according to a new report by the MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI) and the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system.
Broward single-family home sales rose 3 percent, from 1,115 to 1,149, year-over-year in November as median prices and dollar volume increased for all properties.
Rentec Direct, an industry leader in property management software solutions, recently released updates to its mobile inspection feature. In partnership with leading rental inspection software provider, zInspector, mobile inspections for rental property inspections can be completed easily and efficiently. The newly enhanced integration between Rentec Direct and zInspector allows users to instantly access inspection reports for rental properties in the Rentec Direct software.
The world’s number-one sales trainer, self-made multimillionaire, and real estate tycoon Grant Cardone is holding the most anticipated and largest business growth conference of 2019 at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida. Scheduled for three days, the event will draw 35,000 attendees and have an estimated economic impact of over $125 million to the surrounding area.
10X Growth Conference 3 will be held in Miami at Marlins Park February 1-3, 2019.
The graph above shows how much Americans are driving. Because there’s a very strong seasonal pattern, which spikes in the summer, we use this 12-month “moving” series to achieve a smoother line. (Just one of the many options in FRED that helps you choose how to display the data!) We see that mileage has steadily increased over the years, with three exceptions in this sample period: Two were the massive gas price hikes—in the 1970s and 1980s—and the third is the aftermath of the Great Recession. In fact, never has a driving slump been as long and pronounced as this recent one. Does this indicate that something has changed?
The second graph looks at the same series, but this time it’s divided by a measure of population. Now we can see that yearly miles per person peaked around June 2005 at about 13,200 and then dipped all the way down to about
The Federal Reserve voted to raise interest rates on Wednesday—the fourth time this year—and the real estate industry is watching closely to see how this move will affect mortgage rates heading into the new year.