I had seen this home advertised many times as having an intracoastal view and also listed that way on the MLS. It was shown today by someone named Andreas. While inside the building, I asked him if it had an intracoastal view and he said "No it does not. If it did, it would obviously not be in this price range". Also, he had said that the intracoastal was in partial view. While the building may be considered an "intracoastal front", this unit is not in any view of the intracoastal and should not be advertised that way. This is false advertising. For Andreas to make the assumption that by looking at the price the buyer should know whether it has an intracoastal view is utmostly ridiculous. It is obvious to me that it is advertised as having intracoastal views to scam buyers so they can come view this unit. Shame on you Andreas since I am sure I am not the only buyer tricked into this ploy. I am from Canada, and my time was wasted today. You should be giving correct details so that others would not be disappointed. Sandra... more
I have an furnished 1/1 apartment, 1st floor in Three Islands, Hallandale, very close to A1A, but minimum is for 6 months at $1,200.00 a month, $7,200 for the term. Please let me know if interested.
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Since no link is visible--If asking about a specific complex, any local agent/realty office can help you, they all have access to the same information, or if you know who management is contact them directly; generally they include maintenance of common areas, amenities, lawn/tree services, garbage, sewer, community signs, security, lighting, etc.... more