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|Welcome to the world of homeownership. I am serving The Real Estate Market from Cape Coral, Matlacha, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel & Captiva Island, Bonita Springs & Bonita Beach, from Naples to Marco Island. Our website offers you useful information that will assist you in making educated real estate decisions about properties located in our communities of Sanibel Island. |
Sanibel Islands, Florida is the perfect choice for your vacation home. Our islands provide for the perfect vacations. Enjoy 15 miles of unspoiled beaches, 22 miles of bike paths, 50 types of fish, 230 types of birds, 250 types of shells and 0 stop lights.
One of the most important and exciting decisions you make in your lifetime is the buying or selling of your home, vacation home, beachfront property, vacation condo or luxury estate in Sanibel Island, a moment that opens the door to the future in beautiful spot such as Sanibel Island. Homeownership not only represents a financial investment and commitment of enormous scope, it also has consequences that can significantly affect you life style & the quality of your life. For these reasons, your decision to buy or sell a home is best made in consultation with experienced professionals who live in the area.
Kirsten S. Prizzi established this real estate service site to provide exceptional insight and reliable assistance to customers and clients seeking professional advice. Since then, we have assembled a small selected team, each of whom share her passion for real estate & property management as well as a commitment to accuracy, attention to detail, and the highest ethical standards. Whether you are buying, selling, or renting in Southwest Florida, Kirsten will open new doors for you. We look forward to providing you with the personalized service you deserve.
Home Inspections You just found your perfect house, but it is important to remember that it may not be perfect and we want to make sure that it not turns into one of your nightmares.
Inspections are a common part of a real estate transaction and include the inspections for termites, surveys to ensure property boundaries, appraisals to determine value for lenders, title reviews and structural inspections.
The structural inspection may be the most important component for a homebuyer. An inspector travels to the property to determine if there are physical defects and whether extensive and expensive repairs are likely to be needed in the next few years.
A home inspection for a single-family home can lasts for two to three hours, and the buyer should attend. It represents a chance for the buyer to closely examine the purchase, ask questions and learn more about the property. Homebuyers usually seek an inspection after signing a contract or purchase agreement with the seller. The results of the inspection may be available within a few days. The inspector will review the findings and let the potential buyer know about any costly or potentially hazardous conditions.
We recommend that a home inspection should be included in a purchase offer and the sale should be contingent upon the home inspection. This allows the buyer to back out of a deal if a major problem is found. Additionally, if costly repairs are required, the seller might adjust the price of the home or terms of the contract.
At the conclusion of the inspection, a buyer should know all positive and negative aspects of the home about to be purchased as well as any repairs that might be needed. The buyer should also be aware of any safety issues that need attention.
Kirsten S. Prizzi