I’m not going to be arguing that the state of Florida should shut down its online mortgage marketplace.
Florida’s housing market is already extremely underpriced, and if the marketplace were to shut down today, I’d argue that there would be far more available homes than there are available for sale.
But as we’ve seen in other markets, opening up the market to new players could also open up opportunities for competitors to enter the market.
That’s because when an online lender starts offering mortgages online, it opens the door for new entrants to enter.
This is where things get tricky.
Florida is not the only state where a new lender is coming to market with a product that is already widely used by other lenders.
California is one of several states where the state’s own regulators have recently begun restricting new entrants.
But California’s regulations don’t apply to all of the companies that have already established themselves in the market, and they don’t appear to be the most restrictive in their application of the law.
Florida has one of the least restrictive regulations, with a limited number of types of online mortgages that can be sold by the bank to the borrower.
There are a number of reasons why the state has one the least competitive mortgage markets in the country.
First, the state is a small place with only a few million residents, making it less likely that a new business would enter the marketplace.
Secondly, there are several state regulators who are looking to limit the types of products that banks are allowed to sell.
Florida, with its small population and limited number in the online market, may be able to weather the storm, but the next time Florida sees a new company enter the business, it’s going to have a lot more trouble than it did before.