Here is a video of Charlotte County if you want to see what it is like: http://consumerrelocationservices.com/Clients/RMPalmCharlott
Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Re/Max Palm Realty
In the mean time we are very much more relaxed and less hectic in North Port and Port Charlotte. But still within 20 to 30 minutes from some of the most beautiful and uncrowded beaches that Florida has to offer. And with property prices still about 10% less than the areas north and south it's a no brainer if you enjoy relaxation vs hustle and bustle.
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My parents lived in Venice for 20 years and loved it.
so please clarify for this state is toooooo big
Jill please be more specific, also, drive through the state, you know living in south florida is warmer than living in north florida, are you looking to get out of the cold all together, if so this eliminates jacksonville, the pan handle, etc.....
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There are some great buys in the North Port and Port Charlotte areas as Bill and Deborah pointed out. I just had a customer buy a 3/2 with a pool for $71,000 that sold 2 years ago for $235,000.
Most of the properties in this price range are Forclosures and the banks require you to be pre approved for a mortgage unless you are paying cash. If you would likke to get pre approved for financing feel free to give me a call. I've lived in Sarasota County for 20 years and can answer any questions you may have about the area.
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I would agree with Bill Eckler. There is no doubt that North Port and the Port Charlotte area would be your best bet right now. Here is a link to homes that might interest you:
If you would like any additional information about the area please email me at email@example.com or you can also reach me at 941-349-3444.
All my best,
Michael Saunder & Co.
One of the best locations for value and opportunity is the North Port / Port Charlotte areas. This location has been hit hard by the real estate slow down after some of the fastest growth between 2003 and 2006 resulting in many nearly new homes being sold for a fraction of their real value.
We just sold a 2001 constructed home, 3/2/2, fenced yard, in move in condition foe $59,500. The buyer made a $6,000 deposit and is paying approx. $300 a month for their mortgage. There are many opportunities similar to this one.
Susan & Bill Eckler
Michael Saunders & Company