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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After increasing for 14 straight months, home price growth finally slowed in September. Experts say it’s a step in the right direction for buyers in 2022. [...]

The report says population density is part of the problem in increasing housing supply, as most consumers prefer living in single-family homes. [...]

More real estate pros are advising clients not to use the clauses, which may give away too much info in a bidding war and hurt any negotiations. [...]

Analysts: Fears over the omicron variant could drive mortgage rates lower and perhaps stall demand for what has been a rebounding office sector. [...]

Insurance experts: Fla. homeowners can expect to pay even more in premiums over the next decade if insurers’ losses cannot be significantly reduced. [...]

Insight helps in a changing market. Florida Realtors’ 2022 Mid-Winter Business Meetings provide the edge you need to succeed. [...]

The key: Many relocating buyers explore prospective cities via Facebook Groups. The strategy: Join those groups and become the voice for local real estate. [...]

In S. Fla., housing has never been affordable for most of its working-class population, and new challenges could take years to fix. [...]

According to the analysis, only Fort Lauderdale (18.6%) comes close to that number. In Jacksonville, more than 1 in 4 homebuyers (28.1%) are investors. [...]

Rates ticked slightly higher than last week’s 3.10%. Many economists predict increases since the Fed says it will tighten monetary policies – but it hasn't happened yet. [...]