Serving Punta Gorda - Port Charlotte - North Port - Englewood
Hello. My name is RITA DANTONA. I am a Re/Max Anchor Realty real estate agent specializing in the listing and marketing of homes for sale in Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, North Port, Englewood and surrounding Florida cities.
Known locally as "RITA THE REALTOR", I offer a wide range of real estate services, from buying and selling property, to property management and rentals. Simply put, I'm here to help. I encourage you to contact me for a free, no obligation consultation to see if I can make the transition to your new home easier.
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The national eviction ban could have a long-term impact on mom-and-pop investors. If the financial hit from non-paying tenants forces them to sell their investment homes, it could boost the size of institutional investors who generally have deeper pockets to weather financial losses. [...]
FHA expanded its loan program to DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) residents, people with refugee or asylum status and citizens of Freely Associated States. [...]
A condo complex that offers electronic voting systems generally has more participation – but Fla. law includes rules for boards that want to set up an e-voting system. [...]
626 public housing authorities across the U.S. will soon receive 70,000 emergency housing vouchers to help Americans dealing with homelessness. [...]
Within the social media world, Pinterest may be best suited for real estate pros. It has over 450M users and is ideal for directing traffic to your website. [...]
The 12 groups – which includes NAR, bankers and landlords – applauded pandemic efforts but said it’s time for the eviction ban to end as scheduled on June 30, 2021. [...]
The rule suggests it’s not enough for communities to simply avoid blatant discrimination – they should also take affirmative action to further Fair Housing Act goals. The interim rule, effective July 31, reinstates fair housing goals first established in 2015. [...]
The study looked at net gain – people moving in vs. people moving out – and Fort Myers moved to No. 1 in the first quarter from No. 8 one year earlier. [...]