Never Forget.

21 years ago we experienced the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil.

On September 11, 2001, the United States was attacked by evil terrorists. Two planes were flown into the World Trade Center in New York City, and a third plane hit the Pentagon. A fourth plane crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 people were killed in the attacks that day. We remember the… Continue reading Never Forget.

Least Expensive Florida Cities

The least expensive Florida cities to live in may surprise you.

There is no doubt that the cost of living has risen across the country. Given the increased popularity of many Florida cities among many Americans, the increased demand has certainly impacted real estate prices throughout the state. Recently, the site ranked the cheapest cities to live in Florida. The categories that were considered for… Continue reading Least Expensive Florida Cities

More Americans Dropping Homeowners Insurance

Skyrocketing costs is forcing many Americans to drop their homeowners insurance.

The cost of homeowners insurance has been rising steadily in recent years, due to a number of factors, including more frequent and severe weather events, increasing construction costs, and legal liability concerns. As a result, more and more Americans are choosing to drop their insurance. According to a recent survey, 12% of U.S. homeowners do… Continue reading More Americans Dropping Homeowners Insurance

Growing Demand For Boat Dockage

The demand for boat dockage continues to drive the demand for waterfront property.

South Florida is a popular destination for boaters, thanks to its warm weather, beautiful waterways, and abundant fishing and diving opportunities. Needless to say, many Americans have opted to relocate to paradise in South Florida causing both the demand and price for housing to skyrocket. In addition, the demand for boat dockage throughout South Florida… Continue reading Growing Demand For Boat Dockage

Florida Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday

Now is the time to stock up on your hurricane preparedness items.

With the first named storm hitting The Sunshine State today, it goes without saying that Florida is in the midst of hurricane season. Fortunately, the state is taking steps to help residents prepare for the possibility of a storm. One of those steps is a second disaster-prep tax-free holiday, which is currently taking place from… Continue reading Florida Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday

Tips To Prepare Your Home For A Hurricane

It is never too early to prepare your home for hurricane season.

Hurricane season is upon us, and it’s important to be prepared for the possibility of a major storm. As of this article, there are currently several disturbances being monitored in the tropics. In fact, earlier this summer the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), released an Updated 2023 Hurricane Season Outlook. Unfortunately, they are now predicting… Continue reading Tips To Prepare Your Home For A Hurricane

Repair Or Replace Your Appliance?

The choice of whether to repair or replace an appliance is a common dilemma for many homeowners.

Your appliances are essential for your everyday life, but they don’t last forever. Eventually, they will break down and need to be repaired or replaced. In fact, these days it seems as though appliances do not last as long as they used to. But how do you know when it is time to call an… Continue reading Repair Or Replace Your Appliance?

Top BBQ Cities In The U.S.

Three Florida metro cities made the top 20 cities for BBQ in the country.

Although the summer months are winding down, this is still the most popular time for a good old-fashioned backyard BBQ! In fact, with 4 out of 5 U.S. homeowners owning a grill or smoker, BBQ is as popular now as it has ever been. Most of us tend to associate good BBQ with the South,… Continue reading Top BBQ Cities In The U.S.

Hurricane Preparedness In South Florida

With a more active hurricane season being predicted, now is the time to prepare.

If you are like many South Floridians and even most Floridians for that matter, then you probably are not paying too much attention to the weather activity in the tropics during the early summer months. However, typically by the time August is wrapping up, most Floridians tend to have a heightened awareness of what may… Continue reading Hurricane Preparedness In South Florida