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3-D Technology and Housing Market: A Game Changer?

Mon Sep 13, 2021 by on Real Estate

3-D Technology and Housing Market: A Game Changer?

A potential disruptor in home construction is the advent of 3-D printed homes. Not only does the use of 3-D printing obviate the current labor and supply shortages, causing an undersupply of available homes to purchase but also provides a more affordable market price for home buyers. What is a 3-D printed home? Picture courtesy interestingengineering.com 3-D printed homes are […]

The Search for Affordable Homes

Wed Sep 8, 2021 by on Real Estate

The Search for Affordable Homes

Many prospective homebuyers are waiting for a correction in the housing market to purchase a home at a bargain comparable to the 2008 market crash. However, there are different factors now. The housing bubble 15 years ago was largely driven by questionable lending policies that led to a boom in new construction and a speculative frenzy. Now, prices are high […]

Will South Florida’s real estate market remain red hot?

Thu Sep 2, 2021 by on Florida Real Estate

Will South Florida’s real estate market remain red hot?

Published: September 2, 2021 8:59 am on WPLG Local 10 by Authors Kathleen Corso & Kristi Krueger WESTON, Fla. – Condos, apartments and single family homes: Demand for every kind of housing in South Florida has been soaring, but some experts see signs of a shift. Last month, property sales in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties dropped compared to July 2020. “I […]

Roundup Lawsuit Update: A Changing Landscape for Monsanto

Tue Aug 24, 2021 by on Class Action Lawsuits

Roundup Lawsuit Update: A Changing Landscape for Monsanto

Monsanto, which since 2018 is owned by European pharmaceutical Bayer, is the main manufacturer of Round-up. Round-up, a glyphosate-based weedkiller, is currently at the center of a of a lawsuit in California in which plaintiffs alleged they developed cancer as a result of prolonged use of Roundup. After a long legal battle, plaintiffs in that California case have just been […]

Six Signs That We Are Nearing 2008-Like Housing Bubble

Tue Aug 17, 2021 by on Real Estate

Six Signs That We Are Nearing 2008-Like Housing Bubble

Forecasters predict that we are on our way to a housing bubble reminiscent of 2008…but for different reasons. While the pandemic created a housing boom, with an increased demand in homes, resulting in shortages and bidding wars. Yet, this pandemic-era market is markedly different from the late 2000s housing frenzy. Then, the frenzy was due to questionable lending practices and […]

Zantac Lawsuit is Narrowed Down to The Usual Suspects

Wed Aug 4, 2021 by on Zantac Lawsuit

Zantac Lawsuit is Narrowed Down to The Usual Suspects

After almost a year and a half after the Zantac multi district litigation was created, Florida Judge Robin Rosenberg has narrowed down the defendants to mainly the manufacturers of the drug. Manufacturers Boehringer Ingelheim and Sanofi-Aventis, the first manufacturers to be sued in 2019, have become the main targets in the lawsuit alleging that consumers developed cancer as result of […]