If you would like some more ... more
The short answer is if he buyers don't want it you're responsible for finding the furniture a new home. Tammy is right, you can donate it and help out some none profits ... more
My partner manages this property. It is located on Englewood Beach.
BTW, why are ... more
That depends on if you are the buyer or the seller. I'm going to assume you are the seller and if that is the case you would be responsible for tax on the deed at .007 times ... more
You may be in luck soon if you've corrected some of your past mistakes. Since your bankruptcy will be 3 years old at the end of the year you may be able to get a loan for a mor ... more
There is not as much difference between a Canadian buyer and a US buyer as you might think. The offer,contract process is the same, the biggest difference is in the financing ... more
I've gotten quotes for concrete seawalls for customers and they average out to somewhere around $125 per linear foot. But there are many variables, what type of seawall con ... more
Charlotte County has records on many homes that have been built after 1989 or so. You can call the building department and ask them, they are very helpful and can even e ... more
The seller signs the offer they want to accept first then the agent forwards on to the lender and then they either approve it or counter back with terms/price they want.