I'm new at this and those people whose deals haven't made it to closing, they should use it as a learning experience and do a better job next time you submit a deal to Capital Homes.
Whatever your intentions, there's plenty to know before investing in property. Give them a break. They're only doing their due diligence as any sharp investor would.
If this is the way this company does business, and with a representative that recites poorly from an obvious script, I would be very surprised if ultimately my time were adequately compensated for this activity.
I have not, but, you really should give them a call.
This could be a important part of your 10 year plan.
Isn't this exactly what you would expect as the market balances, an increase in new build activity?
Find out if they are looking for 'community' sizes or SFH builds. Then plow the tax data base.
Best of Success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL