After being on the market for six years, the 15 acre ocean to intra-coastal/Lake Worth Manalapan property has sold for $94,173,300 on March 8, 2021. The property connects its ocean side to its intra-coastal side from under A1A. Featuring 33… Read More ›
The Palm Beach County real estate market continues its powerful movement; strongly up over 30 percent over a year ago. Overall sales of single-family homes is up 32.8 percent from 2019, while condo sales have seen an even better rise… Read More ›
Joe Biden looks to upend credit reporting by adding a government-run ‘public credit reporting agency’
On Joe Biden’s official website, he mentions setting up a public credit reporting agency run by the federal government. In doing so he links to the Demos.org website and their “Signature Policy” which is to create this government-run credit registry…. Read More ›
James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely Shaye Smith have listed their Malibu, California home for $100 million. The Thai-inspired 9 1/2 bed, 5 bathroom home at 31118 Broad Beach Road in Malibu sits on over 1 acre… Read More ›
This morning most Americans are waking up to the New York Times article reporting that President Trump has paid $750 in federal income taxes for years 2016 and 2017. Shortly after midnight Trump tweeted “FAKE NEWS!” on his Twitter feed… Read More ›
The City of Delray Beach Neighborhood and Community Services Department staff are assisting residents affected by Covid-19 apply with taxpayer-funded Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF). More than $224.573 is available for the fiscal year 2020-2021, and must be expended by Dec…. Read More ›
Voters will decide whether to pass Florida’s Amendment 6, which would allow a homestead property tax discount to be transferred to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran. The discount would be in effect until the spouse remarries, sells, or otherwise disposes of the property. If the spouse sells the property and does not remarry, the spouse’s new primary residence may receive a homestead tax discount not exceeding the dollar amount from the most recent ad valorem tax roll.
Floridians’ property taxes are protected from rising over 3 percent in any year from the “Save Our Home” homesteading exemption. When one moves from one home to another, they have two years “portability” where they can keep that property tax protection and potentially keep their property taxes lower than their new neighbors. Under the proposed Florida Amendment 5, it would extend that portability time frame to three years instead of two.
Originally posted on Karl Dickey:
So, it was August 21, 2015 when I made public my permanent portfolio so we will do a full five-year review along with why I chose each investment. The portfolio page can be found here…