Foundation problems can become very complex. I would contact the condominium HOA and advise them of the concern. I have worked with several properties that had foundation issues. The foundation is just part of the concern. Finding the underlying cause for the shifting is vital. Some foundation problems are the cause of expansive soils, plumbing leaks and at times poorly drained areas. Foundation problems are manageable and may be resolved, but they may be extremely costly. Unresolved foundation problems cause more damage to the structure over time. It is ideal to repair the foundation early before additional structure or plumbing problems develop.... more
Find a good Realtor to help you there in Florida. Any good Realtor always has several reputable lenders from which to choose and then you're on the way. Some lenders won't deal with USDA because of limits on their charges and the extra paperwork (isn't it always that way when the Government gets involved?)
Best wishes and good luck.
GRI, CRS, ABR, CLHMS, e-Pro
The ins-and-outs of TIC ownership.So Austin is really becoming a destination city. As a result, we're seeing more TIC (Tenancy In Common) properties where fractional ownership is desirable because someone can not have to
Jen, there is not an average electic bill because Pflugerville is deregulated. There are several companies that one can contact for electrical service. I know that my bill was reduced by at least half when I moved from San Antonio. Gas is with one company and is not deregulated.
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Robert L Elzner
TC Austin Residential Group
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