Late yesterday, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi joined 14 other state attorneys general seeking to block the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Finalized earlier this month by our Environmental Protection Agency, the Clean Power Plan will reduce carbon pollution from power plants.
The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) supports the efforts of the Consumers for Smart Solar. As stated in our Amicus Brief filed at the Florida Supreme Court on June 10, 2015, the NCBW opposes the Floridians for Solar Choice (FSC) Solar Ballot Initiative because the proposed amendment, if approved, will have a recurring detrimental financial impact on Black women, their families and communities in particular, as well as generally upon members of the public dependent upon electric utility service
With the release of year-over-year market statistics for the 2nd quarter, we saw trends of consumer confidence in the single family homes sector. Closed sales increased 13.2 percent to 5,383 transactions, and median sale price increased 5.6 percent to $299,900. Meanwhile, median days on market dropped 20.8 percent to 42 days. Also, inventory decreased 7.4 percent to 6,726 active listings, and months’ supply decreased 21.9 percent to 4.5 months
The Miami real estate market recorded its highest number of single-family home sales of any month in history in June and is on pace to set another all-time annual sales record, according to a new report by the 36,000-member MIAMI Association of REALTORS® (MIAMI) and the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system. The Miami market registered 1,390 single-family home sales in June, beating its previous record of 1,317 in June 2005
Market conditions are heating up in Palm Beach County. According to year-over-year market statistics for June, single family home sales rose 16.2 percent from 1,636 to 1,901 transactions. Within the breakdown, we also saw noteworthy leaps, including a 35.4 percent increase in sales between $250,000 and $299,999 and a 51.8 percent increase in sales between $600,000 and $999,999
South America’s largest nation continues to be the top foreign country searching for South Florida real estate on the MIAMI Association of REALTORS® (MIAMI) website, according to new statistics from the nation’s largest local Realtor group. For the 12th consecutive month, Brazil led all global consumers using MIAMI’s search portal, Miamire.com, in May 2015.