Without more details it's difficult to address this issue. I know that sometimes, on a short sale, there is a fee charged to the buyer for a negotiator. It is charged by the listing agent, not the buyer's agent and you can choose to either agree to pay the fee or find another home. Not sure if that is what we are discussing here or not, however, in these types of sales it is not unusual, not common but not unusual either.... more
Good Evening Celestino,
How can I help you with this property? Please contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. It has been on the market for 5 days.
Looking forward to speaking with you soon.
Frederick B. Clapp, Realtor, GRI
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty, Inc.
Cape Coral, FL 33914
You will need to contact the Sheriff's Office and/or the Cape Coral Police to inquiry about the crime rate. However, also looking at the map, this home has direct and quick access to the gulf. Feel free to contact me regarding this home if you are currently working with a Realtor.
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty #1
I have a lot of experience with Chinese Drywall homes. I have represented several buyers who bought them and them remediated them. I lived in one that was properly remediated. The best thing to do is to look for the preliminary signs. You then should have a licensed inspector who has experience in this field. The one I recommend has done more Chinese Drywall inspections than anyone in Florida. Feel free to email me or call me with any questions that you may have.
We experience a low criminal rate in general. In this area it is 1 Level above LOW means
it is still a safe neighborhood, but occasionally Burglaries have been reported.
I hope I could help.
If you have more questions feel free to contact me anytime.
This is in a nice area but the unit has lots of mold inside. Feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me at 239-707-4575 with any other questions you may have on this property or any other properties you view online.... more
There are only a few communities in Cape Coral that have HOA fees. If you are looking at a Condominium, the fees vary from Association to Association. Insurance costs are specific to each home or condominium. I have a couple of agents that can get you a quote rather quickly. Average boating time to the Gulf of Mexico is around 30 minutes. Some areas of Cape Coral can take up to an hour.
Please don't hesitated to contact me with any questions.
Miloff Aubuchon Realty Group
Unfortunately this property is currently pending:
4924 Viceroy St #C5, Cape Coral, FL 33904 * Pending (05/29/13)
The HOA on it is:
Master HOA Fee $1226.31
Master HOA Frequency Quarterly
I can send you current listing information directly from our MLS system. Contact me for the list of active properties that fit your needs. Conventional, foreclosure and short sales. All properties I send come directly from the Realtor's MLS system and therefore are real-time current information, only active and available homes.
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Gulf Coast Realty Network
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After the seller accepts your offer you do have the right to an inspection. The timeframe for inspection will be specified in the contract. Visual inspection for defective drywall is part of a full home inspection with most inspectors along with other methods of testing.
Legally a seller has to disclose any KNOWN material defects - if they have knowledge they are obligated to share that with any potential purchaser. There are some agents that will disclose signs/evidence in the confidential remarks section of the listing vs the public remarks section so it is possible that certain listings will be positive without & you may not realize it unless your agent fully reads the listing.... more
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Smokey - usually it's the SELLER who indicates that the home is being sold "as is", meaning that they have no plans to fix anything, regardless of what you may find.
Now, just 'cause they have no "plans" to fix anything, doesn't mean you can't inspect, nor does it mean that you can't ask them to make repairs. Just be prepared for a resounding "no". Although sometimes they'll surprise you.... more
Cape Coral is rated 1 of top safest cities on Lee County,
Schools are great both County and city owned Charter schools
Let me know if you are looking at condo or single family , waterfront
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A comparing on you home would have to be done by looking at your home to see what upgrades have been done in the home to be able to give you a price range on what your home is worth today. Are you listing your home with a agent? If you would like to meet so we can go over everything so you can get an range of your homes value please give me a call with no obligations to you at all.
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