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August 14, 2018

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| 2/6/2018

› Lockheed Martin nabs $148M F-35 contract
Lockheed Martin Corp. scored its first F-35 contract of the year — which means more work is ahead for the defense giant's Orlando office.

› National group says Satellite Beach is one of Florida's safest communities
You can feel safer in Satellite Beach than many other communities in Florida. At least according to a report released Monday by the National Council for Home Safety and Security, a trade association comprised of home security professionals across the United States.

› Orlando area homeownership rekindles following rise in renters
Rent increases, higher mortgage limits and new home-buying programs are beginning to reverse what has been a decade-long slide in Metro Orlando’s homeownership rate. Homeownership in Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake counties has reached its highest level in four years.

› How much a real estate attorney can expect to make in South Florida
Over the last five years, demand for real estate attorneys has picked up, as have starting salaries. With commission-based occupations, income can vary by the size of deals conducted, how fees are structured and level of experience.

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Nobody crashed in Monday’s first hours of the new “wrong way” interchange in Miami. But that’s because Miami cops guided confused drivers in the manner of a first-grade teacher keeping wayward students in line on the first day of school.

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