Whats in store for 2014?
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Florida unemployment drops; Tampa Bay leads state in job growth

Florida unemployment drops; Tampa Bay leads state in job growth | Whats in store for 2014? | Scoop.it

Via #BBBundyBlog #NOMORELIES Tom Woods #Activist Award #Scoopiteer >20,000 Sources >250K Connections http://goo.gl/ruHO3Q
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Not only is the weather great we have jobs and oh yeah.....affordable homes!
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Three predictions economists are making about the housing market for 2014

Three predictions economists are making about the housing market for 2014 | Whats in store for 2014? | Scoop.it
“ If Forecasters Are Correct, The Housing Sector Is Ready To Have A Positive Impact On The Rest Of The Economy In 2014.”
Via Right Choice Realty
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Mortgage tax break expires despite bipartisan support in Congress

Mortgage tax break expires despite bipartisan support in Congress | Whats in store for 2014? | Scoop.it
“ WASHINGTON — A 6-year-old tax break for struggling homeowners who won reductions in their mortgages has expired, alarming housing advocates and lawmakers who said it still was needed despite the real estate market rebound.”
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2013 Saw a Rebound in the Housing Market. What's In Store for 2014?

2013 Saw a Rebound in the Housing Market. What's In Store for 2014? | Whats in store for 2014? | Scoop.it
“ The Fort Myers News Press says the housing market rebounded in dramatic fashion last year. Here's a recap of 2013: At the end of last year, permits to build new homes were up while foreclosures were down.”
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