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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Starting July 1, renters may get the option to pay a monthly fee instead of a security deposit. However, fee money cannot be used to cover any damage costs. [...]

One nonprofit formed 82 Fla. solar co-ops so far. Each offers bulk discounts and oversees details under a single umbrella, making it easy for homeowners to sign on. [...]

The U.S. Census Bureau created an interactive map that shows – by nation, state and county – private-housing building permit data for 2018-2022. [...]

Faced with the cost of property insurance, taxes and utilities, more children inheriting parents’ homes are deciding it’s best to sell rather than move in. [...]

What if condo damage was caused by something part of the building itself, like a ruptured water line? Does the unit owner’s insurance pay or the condo associations? [...]

Most people can put a noun and verb together, but it’s not just about ideas for a newsletter. You need a copy style that makes people want to read it. [...]

Help Florida Realtors recognize the impact homeownership has on people’s lives and local communities. Spread the word and celebrate the month. [...]

Home inspectors’ automated valuation models (AVMs) need quality-control to keep historic discrimination out, the agencies say. They’re currently accepting comments. [...]

The 30-year mortgage rate moved closer to the 7% range, but most experts still predict wobbling rates in the upper-6% range. [...]

What data does FEMA use to calculate flood insurance costs? La. wants to know if it considers flood-protection mitigation, such as a house raising or nearby levees. [...]

If a Broward County homeowner signs up for “Owner Alert,” they’ll receive a text message any time a deed is filed on their property claiming ownership. [...]

Mark T. Pease with Florida Housing is hosting four webinars to help Realtors understand recent changes to a program that helps community-support workers buy a home. [...]

HB 881 expands the My Safe Florida Home program to most areas and increases minimum home values. SB 7052 boosts consumer protections and insurer accountability. HB 799 changes Citizens' price increase “glide path” mainly for non-homesteaded properties. [...]

Growing fears of another Fed interest rate hike and debt-ceiling talks pushed the average 30-year, fixed-rate loan closer to 7%. Last week it was 6.57%. [...]