Report: Home sale prices dip in Q2, remain high overall in Tampa Bay

Prices were up in almost every metro area studied by ATTOM.Original Article

Federal lawsuit claims landlords will stare down $26.6B in debt after relief programs, as evictions moratorium will soon expire

The National Apartment Association, an Arlington, Virginia-based trade association representing the apartment industry, says rental owners and operators are shouldering $26.6 billion in debt not covered by federal rent-assistance programs.Original Article

Billions are funneling into proptech. How is the real estate industry responding?

Proptech, or property technology, companies are changing the way business gets done in the commercial and residential real estate industries. The sector is on fire — and, unsurprisingly, growth in the space has accelerated during the Covid-19 pandemic.Original Article

Report: Tampa Bay housing inventory hurt by investors

Investors are buying up more homes than they are selling in the Tampa Bay metro area, and many other markets in the country.Original Article

Bathrooms over countertops. How Covid-19 has changed home listings.

Covid-19 didn't just cause a surge in housing prices. It's changing what buyers are looking for.Original Article

Home on Clearwater Beach’s exclusive Mandalay Point sells for $10.5 million

The home went under contract in one day.Original Article

Report: Tampa Bay housing markets are less at risk to pandemic damage than other Florida counties

ATTOM studied the most recent home affordability, equity and foreclosure reports to create this report.Original Article

Exclusive: Water Street begins preleasing Cora, its second apartment tower

Water Street's new apartment building represents the very highest end of Tampa Bay's rental market.Original Article

If companies aren’t paying attention to housing, they should be

Here's why CEOs, small-business owners and managers would be wise to pay closer attention to the housing market in their communities.Original Article

Former IBM president sells North Carolina home, heads south to Longboat Key

In the weeks leading up to Jim Whitehurst’s departure as IBM president, he sold his Durham home for more than $2 million.Original Article