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As a service to our clients and followers, Sunny & Associates has put together a list of Florida’s Real Estate tax exemptions.
This year, with so many Americans relocating throughout the United States, the pandemic shut down has many reshaping their own outlook on needs and lifestyle choices.
There are many benefits to working with a real estate professional when selling your house. During challenging times, like what we face today…
Home prices have increased significantly over the last year, which in turn has grown the net worth of homeowners. Home Price Appreciation…
Here are some questions that we at Sunny & Associates will ask you in order for you to find out if it’s time for you to finally buy a home.
Thinking of Selling Your Home or Condo? What you need to know for HOA’s or Community Associations for Selling Your Home in a Seller’s Market.
Like all places, South Florida has its pros and its cons. With the number of people moving to South Florida each day it is obvious the Cons..
Putting your house on the market can be exciting. Here are 5 Must Do Tips that will help you sell your home.
It’s important for a home buyer to know how to make an offer that will be competitive and accepted.
The average home price in Palm Beach, Florida, was more than $7 million during the third quarter, according to a report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel.
Here are 7 Things to Look For When Choosing the Best Real Estate Company for Buying or Selling your home or property.
The National Association of Realtors data reveals that the City of Plantation has several issues brewing with our Residential Real Estate market.
It’s no secret that millennials aren’t buying homes at the same pace as previous generations. Rentvesting: A Possible Real Estate…
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Michael Vick has put his South Florida home on the market for just under $2.4 million.
Offering quieter beaches and lower density than Miami and Palm Beach, Broward County is more appealing than ever to Northeasterners