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Client Testimony Kerri & Ryan M.

My wife and I moved down here from NJ about 2 years ago with our two boys… I had a work opportunity here and Francine happened to be one of the customers I dealt with early on. While overseeing a project at her home, we…

New Client Testimony – G. Meyer

“I worked with Francine on the sale of my mother’s home. Her creative talents with the staging were impeccable. She’s also smart, organized and highly professional. Her attention to to detail from designing the look of every room, to bringing in a professional photographer and…

Senior Living Information Video Series

Have you been thinking about a move to senior living for yourself or a senior loved one?  Are you confused by all the information and senior living options that are available, and just don’t know where to start?  Let me share with you a resource that can assist you with the questions that you may have.

Oasis Senior Advisors South Florida is a trusted partner for helping find the best senior living option.  They realize that moving to senior living may not the right for some seniors right now. However, it is a good time to start planning, gathering information and exploring options. With that in mind, Oasis Senior Advisors South Florida has developed an informational video series to help seniors and families start planning for a move to senior living.

Each video is approximately 5-7 minutes long and will help answer many questions families and seniors may have.  After reviewing the videos, please reach out to Oasis Senior Advisors South Florida and they will help guide you and be your partner to explore senior living options.

Once the decision is made to make a move, I will be there to support you in selling and staging your home.

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What do to with Mom or Dad during Covid-19! Senior Advisors to the rescue!

You are now ready to move mom or dad into an assisted living when Covid-19 arrives and you don’t know what to do. I know you had someone in mind to declutter their home. You might have also hired a realtor to market and sell…

Builders Expect Higher Demand in Exurbs

“Home sellers near city limits may see higher buyer demand. Builders predict a work-from-home trend will increase new-home sales in areas where land is still affordable. WASHINGTON – The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to hasten a housing trend already taking place across the nation –…

Extension in Florida’s Foreclosure Moratorium

Fla.’s Ban on Evictions Extended Through July 1, 2020

“Just hours before the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures was set to expire, Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a new executive order that extends the current ban to July 1.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Hours before a ban on Florida evictions and foreclosures was to go into effect, Gov. Ron DeSantis extended the current moratorium a second time. On Monday night around 8 p.m., the governor issued a new order that extends the ban until 12:01 a.m. on July 1.

Governor DeSantis in Florida announced the extension without comment via an email, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

“I hereby extend Executive Order 20-94, as extended by Executive Order 20-121, until 12:01 a.m. on July 1, 2020,’’ the executive order reads (Executive Order 20-137).

The extension puts Florida’s foreclosure moratorium on track with a federal moratorium for loans held by entities such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced earlier that the eviction moratorium on single-family home foreclosures was extended to June 30.

While the order impacts evictions and foreclosures until July 1, it does not change Florida law, nor does it relieve tenants or parties to a transaction from their obligations under existing contracts.

The original order itself makes that clear, saying, “Nothing in this Executive Order shall be construed as relieving an individual from their obligation to make mortgage payments or rent payments.”

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