How Florida real estate will change with Donald Trump’s election

Florida realtor Tim Kossack, who has seen more than 100 transactions from Trump in his career, says it will be hard to get a handle on how much the real estate market will change.

“Trump is going to be an absolute monster in Florida,” Kossak told ESPNCronkite.

“It’s going to change a lot of things.

The real estate prices will go up, and people are going to want to live in the big houses.

You’re going to see more and more people moving to the city and renting out the property, and it’s going go up even more.

People are going out of state to go to places, and then the next step is going overseas.”

Kossack also noted that the influx of foreign investment into Florida’s housing market is a major concern for the state’s real estate sector.

“When you look at the realtors we talk to, they’re always saying that if they don’t get an influx of people, it will take years to come back,” Kosek said.

“If you look across the board, Florida is not immune.

I have to say that.”

Kornack, a Florida native, has seen a surge in real estate transactions from the Republican candidate in the past few weeks.

Kossak has witnessed more than 150 transactions from Donald Trump in the last three years.

He has seen multiple transactions from Mr. Trump in a single day, he said, and he has never seen anything like it.

Kornak says that Trump has made Florida a better place for the people of Florida.

He says that he doesn’t believe Florida is going away.

“Florida is going back to being the place that it was before he came in,” Kornack said.