Economists estimating Florida’s demographics and growth have now lowered their numbers and predict by April 2027 a growth of 1.29%- a drop from their earlier 1.41%.
Don’t miss out on some fun with the family before school is back in session with these events in the area! Continue reading “August Events”
According to Coldwell Banker, most Americans are moving to Florida, and natives aren’t searching much further. Continue reading “Florida Becomes Focus For Out-of-State Movers”
Will native Floridians be able to stay in Florida or will they be forced to leave, due to Northerners moving to Florida? Continue reading “Floridians Take Back the Welcome Mat”
All things seem possible in May! Get out and enjoy the spring air at the joyful events in the area! Continue reading “May Events”
Ryntal Property Management, a leader in residential property management, is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the Sarasota-Manatee Ohio State Alumni Club’s 20th Annual Golf Outing on Saturday, April 16, 2022. Continue reading “Ryntal Property Management, Sponsors College Scholarship Fundraising Event, Sarasota-Manatee Ohio State Alumni Club’s 20th Annual Golf Outing”
Spring has sprung and April welcomes another month of fun-filled local events! From Aqua Egg Hunting to the DeSoto Grand Parade there are definitely some can’t miss events and festivals going on this month. Continue reading “Local Events for April 2022 in Sarasota and Manatee!”
Hello Spring! Take time this month to get out and enjoy the many local events that this beautiful time of year brings to the area.
Continue reading “Local Events for March 2022 in Manatee and Sarasota”
With many cities in Florida seeing a rise in population and home buyers, Florida natives are left with the question of what is causing this? Will this growth ever slow down? Continue reading “Florida’s Increase in Home Buyers and Home Prices”
February in Florida is full of festivals, fairs, and events that will keep you and your family busy every week! Continue reading “Local Events for February 2022 in Manatee and Sarasota”