Florida Real Estate News

Local Real Estate Headlines:

Broward County

  • Broward population projected to increase another 400,000 by the year 2020. (Read Article)
  • Developer files lawsuit against activists who fought against 42-story condo. (Read Article)
  • Affordability becomes a real estate reality. (Read Article)
  • Miami-Dade County

  • Local leaders ask court to prevent takeover of the Miami-Dade Housing Agency. (Read Article)
  • Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast

  • Commissioners review Callery-Judge Grove’s request to build 10,000 homes west of The Acreage. (Read Article)
  • Wal-Mart considers leasing empty store space in Wellington for one of their Neighborhood Markets. (Read Article).
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    4 Responses to “Florida Real Estate News”

    1. South Florida Real Estate Voice | Homes & Condos | South Florida Living South Florida Furniture Stores: Variety Abounds « Says:

      […] 21st, 2007 — Leanne Paynter With an average of 1,000 people moving to Florida each year and Broward County’s population projected to increase by an additional 400,000 by the year 2020, there will always be a need for new furniture.  […]

    2. Carole Cohen Says:

      I was thinking about how people buy outdoor furniture everywhere, but in Florida, it must be as serious as bedroom furniture! Fascinating to see the different furniture stores. I was wondering if Scan Design is the same as the old Scan Furniture. Probably not, just curious.

    3. Leanne Paynter Says:

      No doubt about it, Carole… with as much outdoor living space as some Florida homes have, there are plenty of stores (including some of the ones listed above) that cater to that clientelle. By the way, outdoor furniture can often cost just as much as furniture for the inside of your home.

    4. Leanne Paynter Says:

      Sorry… forgot to answer your question about Scan Design. I don’t know if it’s the same as the old Scan Furniture but it’s very possible. The furniture sure looks like that which I saw in a Scan-style furniture store when I still lived in NJ.

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