Happy Holidays to you,
There is very little that is specifically in Boynton Beach directly on the ocean. If you go just a little further north to S. Palm Beach I think you will find what you are looking for.
Please give me a call and we can discuss your needs further.
Realty Hub, Inc.
Your buyers agent who is representing you need review terms and conditions of executed sales offer which governs what you can OR can't do withdraw your offer. No one can render an opinion till full contract provided.
If you don't have a Realtor contact an Attorney
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It's calendar days that are computed except for period of less than 6 days, in which Saturday, Sunday and national holidays are excluded and in which case it will then extend to the next business day.
If you are looking at a FAR/BAR contract look for Paragraph I - line 188.
I hope my answer helped you.... more
You want to buy when no one is buying= to get the best deal.
ANd Sell when everyone is buying or low supply and great demand to get the greatest return or sell for highest price.
With the South Florida Condo Glut they are giving them away.... more
Are you referring to a Life Estate?
Please see a Real Estate Attorney for Legal Advice.
In many States, the Life Estate means that the Occupant retains Title, and can remain in the property until they die. Then the right of possession passes to the new owner (legally called "The Remainder Man").
Life Estates are often used to ensure that Title passes from say, Father to Son, or Parents to Children.
It is not unusual to buy and sell Life Estates. Perhaps an investor wants to secure a good property, and the current owner can use the money. A younger investor/Buyer purchases the property from an elderly person, and grants them a Life Estate.
Caveat: often people buy Life Estates from a Senior Citizen, assuming that the Seller has maybe a few good years left. But there have been cases where the Senior Seller lives into their 90's or beyond, and ends up outliving the Remainder Man.
Again, see a Real Estate Attorney when dealing with complex Deeds like Life Estates.
Where are you interested in buying? Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a link for more info at the end of this HUD info.
Closing costs that are automatically paid by HUD and those which may be paid if amounts are indicated on Lines 5 and/or 6a and 6b of the Sales Contract.
Closing costs automatically paid by HUD
•Proration of property taxes and any special assessments such as Homeowner’s Association (HOA) fees and utility bills
•Condominium or HOA Transfer Fee,if applicable
•Cost to provide condominium documents to purchaser
•Repair Escrow Fee of $200 where applicable
•Settlement or Closing Agent Fee The Department will only pay HUD’s contracted closing agent. This is the purchaser’s cost if another agent is chosen.
•Recording feess9 HUD will automatically pay recording
fees and charges for the deed only (i.e.,nominal amount charged per page for recordation).
Closing costs that MAY be paid by HUD
go to link--
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My experience with any of the lenders/banks has been that if they will pay any of the buyer's closing costs at all, it is capped at 3%. Perhaps if your offer is high enough, they may pay them, but you must be able to get a high enough appraisal for it to work. With the recent plummeting of values in some areas, it is hard to say if that will happen. Also, in some cases, some of the typical Seller's closing costs must be absorbed by the Buyer - such as documentary stamps on the deed. If this is the case, it may not work at all.
If the home is listed, and you are working with a Realtor, ask one of them what the lender will allow. If not, have the Seller talk to the negotiator to find out. If there is no experienced professional representing the transaction, it would be wise to have the Seller hire a professional negotiator to cut through the red tape.
Dianne Scott... more
Feel free to have her call or email me.
Linda Bassitt, P.A.
Lowell International Realty Group
Harbour Financial Center
2401 PGA Boulevard, Suite 196
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Direct Line: 561.313.6961
It is possible to use the tax credit toward downpayme t but its tricky.
We have quite a bit of work do do before we start looking at any property.
Please give me a call.
Craig fialkowski. GRI, CDPE
There are pet restrictions in Platina. We would need to check with the condo association regarding the specific breed and size of dog you have.
Please give me a call or email with the specifics of your pet, and what you are looking for and I will be happy to help. Platina is a great community in a great location.
Regency Realty Services
There are no more or less risk from buying a HUD owned property then buying a bank owned. You will have to make sure there is clear title etc. As far as the price it will again go back to how much was owed on the property.
Ameritrust Mortgage Associates... more
Platina does not have any equity fees; only condo fees. It has a clubhouse for its residents that was remodeled within the past several years. It is a condo community with 2 story buildings. In some you have stairs to the 2nd floor units and in others (coach homes with a garage) there is a private elevator to the 2nd floor unit.
I don't know what you mean by ratings. Can you elaborate on this? I can say It is considered a very nice community.
Contact the broker/owner of Mega and advise that no offer was ever accepted and you wish to cancel your offer (if you havent already). They have to give you your funds back. If not, you ask the broker to file an escrow dispute with whoever the escrow agent is listed on the contract. Good luck and let me know if you need any further assistance.... more
Any community built in 2005 - 2007 or that went through condo conversion during that time is probably at least 15% delinquent with their dues. Other communities which were built earlier and didn't have a lot of re-sales during that time period are most likely fairing better than most.
BPO Realty LLC... more
Actually it 's your preference and judgement. Boca is known and has a great reputation for upkeep and beauty, Delray and Boynton are second in line when compared. I've been a license realtor for 11 years here in Boca and most people prefer Boca over the other too. Keep this in mind, the prices are great right now and Boca would be worth much more in the future. West Boynton and Delray has developed beautifully but from my experience property is worth much more in Boca!... more
Kj- you should be able to call the bld management office. Each property has a different fee according to percentage of ownership of the common areas(pool,hallways,lobby,etc)each property has been assigned during the development of the complex. Hope that helps. Bruce... more
Is the house listed? If so, I would contact a local Realtor. If not listed then you could try and contact the bank. If you have not dealt with a bank before then, I would suggest having a Realtor help you with an offer, Bank can be hard to deal with. Their contracts can have several contingencies than protect them and not the buyer.... more