HOA is $303. a month and covers Ground Keeping, Insurance, Sewer, Trash Disposal, Water the units are on the beach and would be a great rental however you can live there also. There are plenty of stores restaurants or anything else you would want. Let me know if I can answer any other questions or I am always available to show you any properties in our area.... more
Rent, I'm assuming... Mary Ward Properties is a wonderful resource to use when searching for rental properties. I handle sales, you could buy a home that fits that description for less than $1400/month. How long will you be here?... more
I think we can help you. Please call our excellent property management team Monday morning, Feb. 11 @ 244-2100 and they can let you know what we have available in our inventory that is pet friendly. Thanks for asking.
Jim Anderson, Realtor
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Hello Todd, it all depends on location with proximity to the water and elevation. Most condos carry the insurance and it is included in your condo fees.
If I can be of further assistance to you do not hesitate to call on me.
Myke Triebold, GRI, LMC, ABR, SFR
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Have you considered New Smyrna Beach?
We're located on the east coast of Florida, south of Daytona Beach, and North of the Kennedy Space Center. New Smyrna Beach is a little over an hour from Orlando, and, for that reason, is often called "Orlando's Beach."
Boaters like this location because New Smyrna Beach offers direct access to the Atlantic Ocean through Ponce Inlet, the connection between the Ocean and the Indian River. The Inlet is also known as one of the best places for surfing on the East Coast. Paddleboarding and kayaking are popular here as well.
You can find a home close to the beach in the price range you mentioned. To conduct your own property search of the New Smyrna Beach MLS, just click on the website referenced below. Good luck.... more
I found two of them, mommysalada, but the rent on them is over 3000/month. Is this something you are looking for?
If you contact me, maybe I can find something suitable for you that doesn't necessarily have a mother in law suite, but room that could be used that way.
Myke Triebold, GRI, LMC, SFR, ABR
Depending on the area, USDA loans are $0 down or VA anywhere if you have veterans benefits. Otherwise you're looking at FHA which requires a minimum of 3.5% down (these funds can be gifted to you). Whether the property is a foreclosure, short sale or traditional sale the downpayment has more to do with the financing you are eligible for and the condition of the home (each loan program has minimum requirements).
Your best bet is to speak with a mortgage professional that can determine what kind of financing works best for you after looking at income and credit score.
Good luck!... more
Hi Mike: Congrats and welcome back home in July! There are lots of rentals on our website at www.americanrealtyrentals.com Check it out!
You can also go to EmeraldCoastHomesOnline.com to see properties from all management companies in the area. Best of luck!
In this area you can also find many beach condos that are furnished to rent short term or longer term.... more
Anywhere in the Fort Walton/Shalimar areas will keep you close to base and the beaches. Both areas are centrally located not only to bases/beaches, but also to shopping, restaurants, and other extracurricular activities. Mary Esther may even be an option. All of these locations would keep you within a 15-20 min (max) drive from Eglin's back gate. Niceville/Valparaiso will keep you close to the base, and is only a quick toll bridge into the Destin area and its beaches. Crestview is a lot further out of the way from beaches, and the base. I would recommend keeping that as a last resort, if being closer to other "happenings" is important to you. Please feel free to contact me if you have any other questions/concerns. I'd be glad to help! 850-218-2189... more
Keep in mind that opinions are oftentimes subjective, what may be good for one may not necessarily be the case for another; therefore if unfamiliar with the area, take the time and revist more than once, then determine if your comfort level can be reached.... more
Hi April, either or! Discussing your financial situation with a lender is the very first step. You can start with your bank or you can interview Buyer's Agents first (you can research online, ask friends and family for recommendations, visit Open Houses ...) and find one you connect with. Your Realtor would be happy to give you some lender recommendations as well.
Comparing rates and fees is generally a good idea, if your credit is pulled around the same time by different lenders it will only count as one inquiry.
You also want to sit down and take a close look at your budget - your comfort level (the amount you can comfortably spend each month on your mortgage payment while still maintaining your current life style) can be very different from your loan approval! Understanding your wants and needs is the next big step on your home buying journey. Your Realtor can also offer some guidance in that respect.
Buying your first home is such an exciting time! I wish you all the best!... more
Don’t do that unless you can find at least 10 people you know personally that have been successful as a rent-to-own buyer, can’t find 10? Go with 5.
Never met one personally, never, ever done a take out mortgage for one. Have talked to dozens that have lost a lot of money. Hope the info I linked below will keep you from getting harmed, good luck,... more
Go to EmeraldCoastHomesOnline.com and then look under the Property Search tab, select Rentals as the category, and add any specifications such as number of bedrooms and bathrooms, rent price, location, etc.
Best of luck!