Use a real estate agent! I live in Delray Beach and perhaps I can rent it for you. Let me know where it is and how much you want for rent. Also is that seasonally or annually that you want to rent it out. Which months?
Marilyn Jacobs, Realtor
Jeffrey Ray & Associates
Huntington Pointe/Huntington Lakes/Floral Lakes have seasonal rentals available, with a 4 month minimum typical stay restriction. I would be happy to help you with these communities, I do live in the area and have prior experience in these communities, please email me if by chance you have pets - there are restrictions, what months you are interested in staying, and of course what your budget is per/ month.
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Realty Associates Fl. Properties
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There are a few 55+ communities that allow you to own under 55 as long as you rent to one person over 55. And some allow you to rent right away Give me a call or e mail me and I will do a computerized search for you... more
I have a number of buildings in mind that would suit your needs but I'll need some additional information from you in order to recommend the right properties please call me at your convenience so we can discuss your options.
Peter Cavanagh CIAS
Broker / Realtor
SALES * LEASING * PROPERTY MANAGEMENT... more
Zip code 33446 is on the western edge of Delray Beach. I believe the eastern border of the area is Jog Road which is a very short drive of the awesome beaches of Delray. Atlantic Avenue is about the centerline of this zip code so head east, find a parking spot and enjoy one of the best beaches in southern Florida. If you are hungry after your fun in the sun head over to Tramonti for an incredible italian meal! Atlantic Ave is my favorite street in south Florida and one of the main reasons I do so much work there.
I hope this information is helpful but if you need anything additional please do not hesitate to contact me at your convenience and I will be happy to be of assistance.
Always at Your Service,
Tom Priester e-PRO
"Results Driven Real Estate"
Keller Williams Realty
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I can't answer your question as I don't work in Delray Beach, but did want to advise you to get an agent to help you with these issues. someone who works in your area would be best able to advise you on these issues. Do you have a buyers agent? If not, get one - they are priceless in what they can do for you.
Delray Beach isn't far from me and I know a lot of excellent agents so if you need a recommendation, let me know and I'd be happy to help. You should not take on this most expensive and important issue on your own, there are many legal ramifications and negotiation aspects that can make or break you.
Please call an attorney or an agent to help you with this important and expensive decision.... more
Titan, do you have a home owners association? If you do, I would contact them to see if they can do anything about it. If not, I would approach the neighbor and let them know that you think there is something wrong with their system and maybe if you are lucky they will have it looked at by a professional.
What you are describing sounds like a central air system. Central air conditioners have two parts to them. The inside unit has an evaporator that the blower unit forces air through to cool down the air. The heat from the air is transferred into the refrigerant inside the coolant lines. The line that gets warm is carrying the heat back to the condenser unit that sits outside somewhere. The condenser unit transfer the heat to the outside air and cools the refrigerant back down and then the refrigerant is pumped back to the inside unit in the line that is insulated by the black insulation.
It might be as simple as a pipe that is loose and vibrating when the condenser unit turns on so it could be a simple fix.
For your question of the the pipes coming through your unit. Where are they coming through? In a multi-unit building with multi-levels the upstairs units have to have plumbing go through the down stairs units somewhere otherwise they would have no utilities. I'm assuming they are go through some sort of utility closet area and not the middle of your living space.... more
Typically, in a condo, all of the owners own the sidewalk in common leading to your front door and not just you.
If you are inquiring because of a maintenance or repair issue, you should refer to your decs for the specifics. usually the condominium maintains and repairs the exterior sidewalks. You want to look for the terms "common area" and "limited common area" which are defined near the beginning of the decs. Then look for the "responsiblity for maintenance" section. The better the declarations were written, the easier it is to follow and to figure out who does what. If in doubt, as the property manager or a boad member.
Some condominium declarations also include the phrase that they are to be maintained in a "first class manner."... more
You should consult (or better yet have an attorney review) the Articles of Declaration for the condo you are considering buying to see what that particular condo association identifies as what is ltd and what is common. For instance, a parking space or a patio in one condo may be common in one condo but in another it is classified as ltd.... more
Lucky you, Joann!
I am sure a FL agent will come along, and help you out with some advice. I think it might be helpful if you first shared some more information.
Your price range comfort level is important...so is what activities you are interested in...........Do you play golf? ....tennis? Do you want to be on the water in a highrise.........or inland, overlooking a golf course in a patio home, single family home or townhome?
Do want a gated community?
Do you want a complex that offers a country club, or just a clubhouse with activites and restaurant?
One important question is also the ratio of snow birds to year round residents. Having a population of single people would also be an important aspect.
Have you totally decided on Delray? I have spent a lot of time in Plam Beach Gardens, and I really love that area - it's a bit further north, but offers many possibilities in a variety of price ranges. It's just a thought!
It's an exciting move - I wish you good luck, and I am sure you will find the perfect place! You will have plenty of options..........
Debbie Rose... more
What price range are you in? A few months ago I heard of one established condo subdivision that opened up its age requirement to those under the age of 55. Unless they've reached their quota (80/20) rule perhaps there might be something there to suit your pocketbook.
Just let me know if I can help!
JOAN LORBERBAUM MOORE
Broker Associate, GRI
9858 Clint Moore Road
Boca Raton, FL 33498
There are condo communities in South Florida that, besides being within walking distance to shopping, etc, also provide bus service to same..The communities I am thinking of also have large active and vibrant clubhouses with gyms, card and art rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, and Broadway style theatres with live shows and movies.
I'd be happy to provide you with more information on those communities if you wish. I specialize in active adult communities in Boca, Delray, and Boynton.