RITA DANTONA

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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In the face of persistent inflation, the Fed announced Wed. it would soon raise interest rates. That’s likely to push all types of credit rates – including mortgages – higher. [...]

Home prices continue to rise and mortgage rates appear ready to follow. Some skittish buyers are jumping into the market now, fearful what could happen if they wait. [...]

Buyers worried about rising interest rates and home prices pushed new-home sales to a 10-month high in Dec. [...]

Saying it wants to save consumers billions, the consumer bureau issued a request for Americans’ junk-fee stories – iffy charges added to any financial product. [...]

Also: May condo unit owners request a list of fellow owners who are delinquent? And what are the rules for replacing carpets with hardwood floors? [...]

Gathering leads isn’t the goal. It’s a step. To effectively convert leads into customers, agents should know how to identify the likeliest candidates. [...]

A 4Q 2021 NAR commercial report finds metros from Jacksonville to Miami and Naples with “the strongest overall commercial real estate market conditions.” [...]

Nationwide, home prices rose 18.8% in Nov., and the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index finds Tampa (up 29%) and Miami (up 26.6%) in 2 of the top 3 spots. [...]

It’s not too late for these owners to save by refinancing – but if not, they also won’t feel locked into their homes, afraid to sell because “my interest rate will go up if I do.” [...]

Consumers’ current attitudes rose even as future expectations fell. Still, the gauge of people planning to buy a home within the next six months also went up. [...]