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Hispanic consumers are gaining more confidence in the nation’s economic outlook and their own finances as COVID-19 vaccines become widely available and government support helps hard-hit households recover from the devastating pandemic.
House hunters in metropolitan Orlando are facing a decidedly seller’s market, with the average property overvalued by more than 17 percent, according to a researcher at Florida Atlantic University.
The average home in Southeast Florida is overvalued by more than 11 percent, the result of continued low mortgage rates and a steady supply of new residents moving to the tri-county region, according to a report from Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.
FAU's Monica Escaleras and Paul Owers discuss how Floridians are feeling about the nation's economic recovery, the COVID-19 vaccine, and more.
Renting a home and reinvesting the money that would have been spent on owning has been the better way to build wealth, on average, for several years.
While Floridians are upbeat about the U.S. economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, many residents believe their finances won’t return to normal until later this year or even beyond 2022.