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Florida homeowners accuse D.R. Horton of poor shower construction

Several homeowners residing in the St. Augustine subdivision Glen St. Johns are considering filing faulty construction lawsuits against one of the United States' most well-known home builders, D.R. Horton. As for why they're looking to sue them, they allege that the company installed their showers poorly.

Florida man issues guilty plea in real estate scam

A Florida man issued a guilty plea, therefore waiving his right to be indicted, in a real estate scam that swindled millions of dollars from investors in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The man, 74, entered the guilty plea on Sept. 11 to wire fraud charges. The man, who is from Vero Beach, worked in the commercial real estate sector.

Senators in Florida evaluating state's affordable housing system

The Senate Transportation, Tourism and Economic Development Committee in the state of Florida is taking a look at the affordable housing system. The committee has been tasked with looking at the system because there is a shortage of affordable housing in Florida. Despite this view, there is a professor who believes the reason changes should be made is due to a favorable economic situation.

Why might land be 'unbuildable'?

If you own land but have been told that it's not a "buildable" lot, the best thing to do if you want to build on it is to find out why it has not been classified as a buildable area. Only once you know, can you take steps to rectify the situation -- or to sell the land and buy another lot that will fit your purposes. Some examples of reasons that you may not be allowed to build include:

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