Hollywood Realty appraiser: ‘There are no silver linings’ in Florida real estate bubble

A property appraiser with Hollywood Realtors told Entertainment Weekly he thinks the state of Florida will rebound after a massive real estate bust.

“I’m not sure we’re going to recover,” said Robert Lassner, a real estate agent who is based in New York.

“I think Florida will take a beating.”

Florida is one of the worst performing states in the nation for real estate.

Real estate prices have plunged almost 50 percent in the past decade, leaving many families in desperate straits.

The state is struggling to keep pace with inflation, and its unemployment rate is nearly 16 percent.

The real estate market in Florida is at a critical crossroads.

In recent years, the state has become the epicenter of a nationwide real estate booms, which led to some real estate companies and brokers moving their headquarters overseas to take advantage of the boom.

The boom has been fueled by cheap mortgages that allowed homebuyers to get into the market before interest rates were even out.

Lassson said that, in many cases, the banks are still too busy to take on additional loans to help pay for mortgages that are not currently being issued.

Lassner said he has been advising clients who bought homes in Florida to keep their home purchases close to their current home values.

The advice is that buyers will need to sell their current homes in order to pay down their mortgage and get a new one on the market.

“The only way to do it is to keep your mortgage low,” he said.

He said he thinks Florida will recover as long as it can maintain its current rate of inflation and maintain a stable economy.

That means it will likely take longer to bring home the money needed to buy a home.

Florida is now in a new real estate boom.

As part of a new nationwide housing boom, more and more home buyers are finding it easier to afford housing in Florida than other states, said Lassman.

The state is now one of only two states with a “home price bubble,” a real-estate boom that has burst in many other states.

But Florida has been relatively resilient in the face of the nationwide housing bust.

Lissner said Florida has experienced only a few other real estate bubbles in its history.

The recession hit Florida hard.

As of January 2018, the unemployment rate was 5.9 percent.

However, unemployment has been falling in recent years as Florida’s economy recovers.

Florida has experienced a strong economic recovery in recent months.

As a result, Florida has seen more people moving into the state and many people looking to buy their first home.

Lissner, who is from New York, said Florida is experiencing a rebound, but there are no “silver linings.”

“I don’t think we’re necessarily going to get a whole lot out of it,” he told Entertainment Week.

“It’s really just a period of time that we’re having, so that’s what you should be focusing on.”

We’re in a bubble, and we’re in the middle of it.

The longer you put it in, the more you’re going up in value.

“The Florida housing market is already facing significant challenges, according to the Associated Press.

Florida has an unemployment rate of 12.5 percent and a housing vacancy rate of 8.9.

As more and other people are moving to the state, more homes are being foreclosed on, according a report by the National Association of Realtor Advisors.

The National Association estimates that more than $100 billion in foreclosed homes have been lost in Florida since the recession hit.

And there are a growing number of foreclosures across the state.

The number of vacant homes in the state is rising, and that’s driving up property taxes, said Paul Smith, the director of the Florida Real Estate Council.

Smith said Florida’s tax code is outdated and it needs to change to attract more buyers and businesses.

In a recent survey, about half of Florida’s homebuyer population said they would consider buying in a different state.”

The fact that people are choosing to move into Florida right now, and the fact that they’re not living in Florida as much, and they’re living in other states is kind of a reflection of how things are going,” Smith said.

The Real Estate Institute of Florida said in its report that Florida’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 in August from 5.1 the previous month. “

You have to remember that when things are booming, things will rebound,” he added.

The Real Estate Institute of Florida said in its report that Florida’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 in August from 5.1 the previous month.

In the past year, the number of unemployed people in Florida has dropped from 7.7 to 4 percent, according the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.