NEW WOMAN IN…, Home Buyer in Daytona Beach, FL

What are the monthly expenses? Water, Sewer, Trash, Electric...?

Asked by NEW WOMAN IN TOWN, Daytona Beach, FL Fri Dec 6, 2013

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In addition to realtor.com, you are likely to find accurate and currently available listings on the website belonging to your Fort Lauderdale real estate agent.

Homes in Fort Lauderdale that are listed for auction and REO homes in Fort Lauderdale are subject to bid. In the case of a live auction, you will hear the bids. In the case of an REO, you will not hear the bids because they are submitted via email by each potential buyer.

Typically, in the case of REOs in Fort Lauderdale, the bidding begins at the listed price. If you are truly serious about purchasing a townhouse in Fort Lauderdale, call your real estate agent in Fort Lauderdale and tell you agent what you are looking for.

Your realtor will send you a list of currently available homes that give you what you are looking for and whose listing prices are accurate. Your agent will also be able to give you an idea of what your monthly expenses will be.

Marc Jablon, the Jablon Team
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hi,

I have to agree with John. However, if you are looking for a town home in Hollywood, I recommend looking at Emerald Hills.

Please contact me and I can send you the town homes in the greater Hollywood area.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Dec 6, 2013
That townhouse ( 4918 White Mangrove) is presently under contract "Pending Sale" in the MLS. It is a Short-Sale and the asking price is $175,000 (we don't know the sold price, yet. We will know that when it is finally settled). The monthly HOA is $158.00 per month.

Whenever you find these listings posted on Trulia, Zillow and other like internet venues (except for Realtor.com) and the listings sound too good to be true, that's because it is usually too good to be true. The catch to what you found about this townhouse is "FOR SALE/AUCTION...FROM $50K..."
If you cannot see an actual MLS# with the listing, it is only a come on listing to lure you to call that auction entity. For accurate listings, always search ONLY on http://www.realtor.com.
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