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2014 Honor Society Application

Honor Society

Florida Realtors established an Honor Society to recognize active members in their state association.

The Honor Society also salutes members for participation at the local and national levels of the Realtor organization; for activity in the National Association of Realtors’ Institutes, Societies and Councils; for designations earned, educational activities, and political involvement. The deadline for the 2014 Honor Society Application (which covers activity from January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014) is Friday, February 13, 2015.

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Most Americans want to move in Retirement
Bankrate survey: 3 out of 5 U.S. residents want to retire in a different state or city, including 50% of adults age 50 to 64.

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Vacation home sales rose record high in 2014
NAR survey: The 2014 sales totaled 1.13M, up 57.4% from 2013. Investment home sales totaled 1.02M, down 7.4% from 2013 and exclude institutional investors.

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Fla.’s foreclosed owners find way to “free” home?
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JWB Group analysis of the top 25 U.S. cities for real estate investment found seven of them in Fla., with Jacksonville at the top of the list.

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Fla. No. 7 tax friendly state for wealthy clients
WalletHub: Top earners pay less tax in only six U.S. states, none of which also offer warm weather. Fla. average for $150K-plus earners: 5.56% of total income.

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U.S. Consumer confidence rebounds
The index broke 100 (101.3) driven mostly by a belief that things will be better six months from now. Attitudes about the current economy dropped a bit.

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