# Housing crisis
Ten of the Most-Overvalued Property Rental Markets in the U.S. Are in Florida, According to a Recent Survey
A recent survey of 107 rental markets across the United States, reported on July 6, has revealed what many of Florida's renters already knew - rents in Florida are overvalued. And the problem seems to be at crisis point in Florida where 10 of the 14 most-overvalued rental markets in the entire U.S. are to be found.
Thinking of Selling Your Home and Leaving Florida? A Survey Says Sellers Will Get the Best Price by Selling on May 23
Getting the best price for your home is a matter of timing. Woman moving homePhoto by Zachary Kadolph on Unsplash. It now seems that the cost of living in Florida is out of control, in part due to the escalating cost of housing. Democratic challenger for the gubernatorial election was recently quoted as saying that "Floridians can't afford Florida anymore" and a big part of that is the rapidly rising rents and property prices in the state.
Collier County Officials Will Vote on Measures To Relieve Housing Crisis – Restrictions for Landlords Increasing Rents?
The housing crisis currently facing Florida is well-publicized, and politicians across the state are being asked to step up to help those in need. Nikki Fried - Democratic challenger for the gubernatorial election has gone on record to state that "Floridians can't afford Florida anymore".
Asking a Florida Real Estate Developer How He Would Solve The Housing Crisis
On an upcoming episode of Monday Morning Coffee with Inside the Firm, Colorado entrepreneur and podcast host, Lance Cayko, asks Ecuadorian immigrant and prominent U.S. businessman, Edwin Carrion, "How He Would Solve The Housing Crisis".
What Is The Biggest Barrier To Builders Being Able To Build More Houses?
On an upcoming episode of Monday Morning Coffee with Inside the Firm, Colorado entrepreneur and podcast host, Lance Cayko, asks Ecuadorian immigrant and prominent U.S. businessman, Edwin Carrion, "What Is The Biggest Barrier To Builders Being Able To Build More Houses?"
Colorado Builders Discuss The Lack Of Homes Being Built In The Past Decade.
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex and Lance discuss the shocking amount of the lack of homes being built in the last decade!
Colorado Developers Weigh In On Real Solutions To The Housing Crisis
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex and Lance weight in on real solutions to the housing crisis in Colorado and beyond!
Colorado Business Owners Consider That Investors Now Are Now Buying 33 Percent Of All Homes
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Lance unveils that investors are now buying 33% of all homes in Colorado and beyond!
Colorado Business Owners Discuss The Silver Linings Of The Current Housing Bubble
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex and Lance discuss the silver linings of the current housing bubble in Colorado and beyond!
Nikki Fried Announces Plan To End Florida’s Housing Crisis if She’s Elected Governor: Starting With a State of Emergency
Nikki FriedFlorida Department of Agriculture, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. On Monday April 11 the Democratic candidate for Florida Governor Nikki Fried announced details of a plan to address Florida's housing crisis if she wins the election. The plan starts with declaring a housing state of emergency.
Proposed tenants’ rights legislation would mitigate housing affordability crisis in Somerville
A row of Somerville houses are pictured on Feb. 1.Ian Lau / The Tufts Daily. State Representative Erika Uyterhoeven of Somerville recently petitioned Bill H.4208 in a joint committee in the Massachusetts General Court. The bill, one of many recent Tenants’ Opportunity to Purchase Acts, would permit Somerville to create a program where tenants of a property would be given the chance to purchase it jointly before it is put on the market. Uyterhoeven’s petition comes after an earlier version of the bill previously passed through both chambers but was vetoed by Governor Baker.
Rent Increases of Over 30% Are Threatening Citizens of South Florida With Homelessness
Homeless encampmentPhoto by Levi Meir Clancy on Unsplash. Escalating levels of homelessness have been a known problem in Florida for years now. But recent reports suggest that rent increases in South Florida are out of control - going up by an average of 36% year-on-year. Faced with such increases, low-income renters in places like Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach are faced with the very real threat of homelessness.