Changes in Home Buying and Selling as States Reopen

As States start to reopen, what changes can you expect to see in the real estate market? James Dwiggins, C.E.O., and Keith Robinson, Chief Strategy Officer of NextHome Inc will cover the options that we will be providing as a company, how to protect you, as clients, and ourselves from health and legal risks, as well as the marketing and advertising we need to implement to be a COVID-19-compliant real estate agent.

They discuss all of this and so much more:

  • Buyer and seller concerns and providing options
  • Virtual listing presentations
  • How to safely show a home
  • Hold Harmless Waiver and COVID-19 Disclosure,and Why we need them…



Please Contact Us to discuss how we can help you with your Real Estate needs, as Florida begins to re-open they will not go back to the way things were done before – let us guide you!

Stimulus Plans, Drug Trials, and the New Normal

The House is set to pass a new stimulus plan, and we have the breakdown on what it means for you. NextHome CEO James Dwiggins and Chief Strategy Officer Keith Robinson break down what they know about the new stimulus plan. They also cover some important updates on the pandemic and promising drug trials & treatment plans. They wrap up this session with a dive into what business will look like when the shelter-in-place is lifted.


Home Values in the Midst of Recession

NextHome’s CEO James Dwiggins and Chief Strategy Officer Keith Robinson break down one of the biggest concerns on Americans’ minds right now – what’s going to happen to home values?

The real answer is “it’s too soon to tell” with real specificity.
Who Knows

But there are some real learnings we can get from taking a closer look at past recessions and how home values were impacted then. The two of them will also share their (many) thoughts on how the pandemic-led economic situation we’re in will compare and contrast, and dive into why this isn’t like 2008.


The biggest thing to take from this is that we are having a ‘Health Crisis’, Not a ‘Housing Crisis’!

A number of factors to take into consideration – the current mortgage rates remain some of the lowest rates in history!

2020 April Mortgage Rates

Overall, the US new home construction starts & applications have declined in March from the previous month by the highest number since 1984.

2020 April Housing starts

This, along with an overall fall in new listings coming on the market, leads to the inventory levels remaining low.

2020 April Inventory

Although we are seeing a temporary fall in demand, with this low supply of homes, and low mortgage rates, the potential for home values to remain unaffected, or even to see an increase, is high!

Want to find out what is happening to home values in your neighborhood, contact us!

The Shape of Recovery: How We Bounce Back From the Virus

Listen to James Dwiggins, C.E.O. and Keith Robinson, Chief Strategy Officer, of NextHome Inc. provide their insights on the current state of the Real Estate market as it relates to the coronavirus and what the research shows and their predictions on what shape our recovery will take over the coming weeks and months.

Listen to them as they discuss:

The flattening of the curve;

Where they think the “new normal” will be;

Stocks on the rebound;

What kind of recovery we’re going to have;

An update on the stimulus package(s);

The impact on the economy;

And a lot more

Watch the Video here:

Housing Protection in the Stimulus Bill Explained

Our Chief Strategy Officer, Keith Robinson, and Chief Executive Officer, James Dwiggins, sit down to talk about the Housing and the Stimulus Bill.



Resources for Florida:


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For Individuals

Reemployment Assistance benefits, formerly known as Unemployment Compensation, are available to Floridians who have been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. Eligible individuals include those who have lost their job through no fault of their own, are quarantined by a medical professional or a government agency, laid off or sent home without pay for an extended period by their employer, or caring for an immediate family member who is diagnosed with COVID-19.

Click Here to start your application for benefits.


For Employers

If you are a Florida business owner, in an effort to assist you and your employees amid COVID-19, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity have made available resources to support you financially. For a comprehensive overview of all federal and state resources available to small businesses impacted by COVID-19, including details on the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) please click Here!

Click Here to download a pdf summary of the Florida Business Resources available to you.


For those of you considering Mortgage Forbearance, please contact me before you make any decisions – there could be repercussions and we want to help you understand all of your options!