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“Happy” 15-year anniversary of Lehman Brothers going belly up. “I was struggling to understand how lightning works and then it struck me.” One of the conversation topics here at the NAMMBA event in Orlando is how Florida has its share of estimated lightning strikes every year. (As does the rest of the nation: here’s a link to an interesting real-time map.) Another topic is Florida’s Senate Bill 264 which prohibits the direct or indirect ownership of specific categories of real estate by “foreign principals” from a foreign “country of concern,” defined as the People’s Republic of China, the Russian Federation, the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Republic of Cuba, the Venezuelan regime of Nicolás Maduro, or the Syrian Arab Republic… The Statute prohibits the acquisition of (1) any interest in agricultural land by a foreign principal, (2) any interest in real property located near a military installation or critical infrastructure by a foreign principal, and (3) any real estate interest by a foreign principal of the People’s Republic of China, subject to very limited exceptions. There are challenges, of course. (Today’s podcast can be found here and this week’s is sponsored by SimpleNexus, an nCino Company, and award-winning developer of mortgage technology for modern lenders. Hear an interview with Simple Nexus’ Lori Brewer on areas in the mortgage space that technology and innovation will impact most.) Lender and Broker Software, Products, and Services

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