RITA DANTONA is a Re/Max Anchor Realty real estate agent specializing in the listing and marketing of homes for sale in Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, North Port, Englewood and surrounding Florida cities.

Known professionally as "RITA THE REALTOR", Rita offers a wide range of real estate services, from buying and selling property, to property management and rentals.

Rita encourages you to contact her for a free, no obligation consultation to see if she can help make your transition to your new home easier. Simply put, Rita is here to help.

Call or text: 941-740-0927
Email: ritadantona@gmail.com

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Now available across the U.S., the company says it is the first to enable agents to bid on listing opportunities from homeowners who are ready to sell. [...]

Survey: 33% of U.S. small businesses couldn’t pay their full May rent on time. Some still owe back rent from the pandemic and 52% said rents rose in past 6 months. [...]

CoreLogic: Tampa had the highest year-over-year home price gain, 33.4%, for the 20 biggest metros. Fla. was the state with the highest home price gain at 33.2%. [...]

Analysts: As more people stall their homebuying plans, due to inflation, higher interest rates and economic uncertainty, it likely will impact RE industry jobs. [...]

Condo Q&A: The tenant generally takes the place of the owner when it comes to rights to use the common elements, unless the tenant waives those rights in writing. [...]

Predictive analysis or market analysis uses data to pinpoint patterns and help forecast trends. Real estate agents can use it to improve their targeted marketing efforts. [...]

The three big credit reporting agencies now don’t include medical debt in reports for banks, landlords, etc.; and they won’t report small medical debts at all in 2023. [...]

A committee looked at the impact on first-time buyers and minorities – and the real estate industry – if a high percentage of traditional family homes become rentals. [...]

The tragedy rattled a Fla. insurance industry that was already struggling. One Palm Beach condo complex expected a 25% increase – but coverage rose by 82%. [...]

Some advocates worry that investors in subsidized government housing will drop the affordable-housing subsidies in order to raise rents and pursue higher profits. [...]