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By Emilio Cardenal | Agent in Miami, FL
  • Belle Glade, Foreclosures, Bank Owned and Short Sale Opportunities - Market Update

    Posted Under: Foreclosure in Belle Glade  |  January 14, 2009 1:58 PM  |  152 views  |  No comments

    Belle Glade Foreclosures, Short Sales and Bank Owned Opportunities

    Available Communities In Belle Glade

    Contact: (305) 220-1101

    Belle Glade Real Estate Website

    Belle Glade is known as the gateway to the Everglades. Nestled on the southern shores of Lake Okeechobee, the second largest fresh water lake within the continental United States, Belle Glade offers the perfect combination of modern growth tempered with a relaxed country lifestyle. With a population of 15,423, according to the U.S Census estimates of 2005, Belle Glade is easily accessible from U.S. 27 or U.S. 441. The city is 45 miles west of the Palm Beaches and the Atlantic Ocean, 80 miles north of Miami, and 90 miles east of Ft. Myers and the Gulf of Mexico.

    A comfortable drive to either coast, Belle Glade is an ideal location to live, to open a business, or for recreational activities. Minutes away and a world apart, Belle Glade is delightfully different from the Florida known to most visitors. In contrast to the congested, hustling tourist meccas, life in this rural setting is more friendly and relaxed, with Nature beckoning residents as well as visitors. Noted for its large mouth bass, Lake Okeechobee provides unlimited fishing, boating, or just plain relaxing on a lazy afternoon.

    Let us help you find the home of your dreams in Belle Glade. We have a direct relationship with the major builders to offer you the best prices, but if you can’t wait for the pre-construction process, we have a comprehensive listing of houses, apartments, condos and townhomes available in the market.

    To Search for Foreclosures, Bank Owned, and Short Sales Opportunities in Belle Glade, visit our

    Belle Glade Foreclosures and Bank Owned Properties Website
  • Belle Glade Real Estate - Market Update on Condos & Homes for Sales & Rent

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Belle Glade  |  January 14, 2009 1:55 PM  |  153 views  |  No comments

    Available Communities In Belle Glade

    Contact: (305) 220-1101

    Development Name Type of Property Price Range
    Raders Single family home(s) $155,000.00 - $155,000.00

    Belle Glade Real Estate Website

    Belle Glade is known as the gateway to the Everglades. Nestled on the southern shores of Lake Okeechobee, the second largest fresh water lake within the continental United States, Belle Glade offers the perfect combination of modern growth tempered with a relaxed country lifestyle. With a population of 15,423, according to the U.S Census estimates of 2005, Belle Glade is easily accessible from U.S. 27 or U.S. 441. The city is 45 miles west of the Palm Beaches and the Atlantic Ocean, 80 miles north of Miami, and 90 miles east of Ft. Myers and the Gulf of Mexico.

    A comfortable drive to either coast, Belle Glade is an ideal location to live, to open a business, or for recreational activities. Minutes away and a world apart, Belle Glade is delightfully different from the Florida known to most visitors. In contrast to the congested, hustling tourist meccas, life in this rural setting is more friendly and relaxed, with Nature beckoning residents as well as visitors. Noted for its large mouth bass, Lake Okeechobee provides unlimited fishing, boating, or just plain relaxing on a lazy afternoon.

    Let us help you find the home of your dreams in Belle Glade. We have a direct relationship with the major builders to offer you the best prices, but if you can’t wait for the pre-construction process, we have a comprehensive listing of houses, apartments, condos and townhomes available in the market.




    To Search for Foreclosures, Bank Owned, and Short Sales Opportunities in Belle Glade, visit our  Belle Glade Foreclosures and Bank Owned Properties Website

 
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