Lake front homes almost always command a premium price compared with non lake front homes. Lake Padgett Estates is a diverse lake / horse and tennis community. .
In lake Padgett Estates as a non waterfront home owner you still have Lake, park, tennis Privileges allowing you to ski, swim,fish, picnic, etc.
Exit Prime Realty
Property taxes are based on the price you pay for your home and the millage rate for the area. Taxes tend to be lower in Pasco County than in Hillsborough or Pinellas. HOA fees differ from community to community. For more specific information, feel free to contact me.
Broker, Lightning Realty
Go to Pasco County's website and you may be able to find the info you seek.
Otherwise a Realtor that is a member of the MyFlorida Regional MLS has access to IMAPP TAX and it will show an aerial view with property lines to give you a "basic rough" estimation of where the property lines are. The agent could email a link to you with the info.
If you need the exact lines for a legal matter, you will need to hire a surveyor.
Also if you're considering buying a property that is NOT a bank owned, the current owner may have a copy of their survey and may be able to give you a copy.
Hope this helps.
All the best,
Alma Rose Kee, PA
Future Home Realty
How are they going to buy the house from you? Unless they have cash or a wealthy realative the likely hood of them buying the house is small. Don't waste any time, start the eviction and if they can come up with the money to buy it great, if not, you will be able to get the sherif to evict them and you can take over ownership.
First Weber Group
Certified Distressed Property Expert
NY State laws grant a period of redemption after a tax sale during which a defaulted owner or lienholder may redeem the property by paying the amount paid at the tax sale plus interest and charges. This is known as the statutory right of redemption. During the statutory redemption period the property owner and other parties who have an interest in the property, including a mortgagee, may redeem the property by paying the back taxes together with penalties and interest.... more