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Mon Jan 2, 2017
Injanae3 answered:
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Fri Sep 9, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

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Wed Mar 16, 2016
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Wed Oct 14, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
I would contact a local real estate agent in that area to help you with this.
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Sat Sep 26, 2015
Robert W Neill Jr answered:
Mon Nov 3, 2014
Mark J Montet answered:
Good Morning Maroe
I have two lots in Bay St Louis on a deep water canal with access to the Jordan River and the bay then into the Gulf. The lots are next to each other and are listed for $17,000 ea or $34,000 for both but the sellers are motivated and will look at any offers.
Contact me at mmontet@kw.com or you can call me at 228-233-0601

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Mon Nov 3, 2014
Mark J Montet answered:
Hi Virginia
There is a beautiful beach on the south side of the Bay St Louis to Pass Christian bridge that stretches all the way thru Waveland and ends at the Silver Slipper Casino. There are many lots for sale to build your own dream home on and a few homes up for sale both on the beach road and a few blocks back from the beach.
You can email me or call me at 228-233-0601.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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Mon Nov 3, 2014
Mark J Montet answered:
Internet providers include Mediacom the local cable company, AT&T is also available with Uverse in the downtown Bay St Louis areas. AT&T DSL is also available in other areas.
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Sat Oct 18, 2014
Bridget Beck answered:
Depends on the length of time you are parking it there. I would suggest if permanent look for areas further north but still in Hancock county.
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Sat Oct 18, 2014
Bridget Beck answered:
Ohh. I love your area in Florida. The little gambling boats that go out on water! You will really love it here on the gulf coast. Similar lifestyle and small family friendly towns. Bigger casinos to enjoy here plus lots of other entertainment. There are great sources online. Rentals are now on Realtor.com and those are updated within 24 hrs, so no old listings. Feel free to pick any realtor to show you any home you find. You don't have to use the one listed. We all work together and work for free for buyers and renters. The owners are the ones that generally pay the realtors because when we list a property we do lots more work. For example, advertising, open houses, checking on property and updates to owners. It's a lot more costly and time consuming. We love our buyers too because without them nothing would get sold. :) ... more
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Denise Kimbrell answered:
Umm....almost everything here in Hancock County south of the interstate flooded. It is an area that hasn't flooded since Hurricane Camille. It is in a wonderful location. Middle School and High School, just about a block or two away. Shopping within a mile away along with good places to eat. Less than five miles away from beaches. The beaches here don't have clear blue water. I personally don't like to get in the water because it isn't close to being clear. I like to take the kids fishing. The beaches on the other side of the Bay Bridge are much cleaner and is only a few miles away. Also the Hollywood Casino is less than five miles away. Can't pass that one up. It's definitely a steal. If you're still looking to buy, I would definitely give this one a look first hand. I am looking to buy, but as a single mother with three children, I am looking for something not as expensive. I just saw your question, and figured I would give you a little information. Hope it was helpful. ... more
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Julie Davis Team RE/MAX Alliance answered:
Wed Jan 29, 2014
Julie Davis Team RE/MAX Alliance answered:
Physicians at UMC are making profound steps in their research. A friend of mine has a baby born with hypoplastic left heart, which basically means he was born with only half of a heart, and they say they would not take him anywhere else! ... more
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
enfofan answered:
so why do you even need them? Go to the title company on main st BSL, tell them that you've got your sights on a lot for 20K. They will do the closing for you-- draw up a sales contract and close the deal! FSBO Baby! ... more
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
Anthony Pace answered:
Maureen: Which house? Of course I know plenty of houses in the Bay not "sinking" and would be happy to help with one of those. Give me or send me an email if you are looking for Real Estate in the Bay area. ... more
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Sat Dec 21, 2013
Grace Smith asked:
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
kim answered:
I own several homes and properties in Bay side Park in Bay st Louis. Because the homes are newly built after Katrina. The homes had to have a elevation Certification showing it was above flood zone. I suggest you check that and if it is not in the Flood Zone insurance are at average costs. Based on the value and rebuild costs of the property. ... more
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Tammy Hayes answered:
How to find the right real estate agent when buying a home
When you want to begin looking for a home, you will need to find a Realtor. First you should ask friends, relatives, or co-workers for a recommendation. Have them describe their experience with the agent and ask why they are recommending that person. You want to choose someone that you feel comfortable in working with.

It is not as important to find a Realtor who has sold the most homes, has the most experience or works for the largest and most well-known company as it is to find someone that is professional. You want an agent that will listen to you, uses ethical conduct, and knows the market.

You can also attend open houses and meet real estate agents. See how they interact with you and answer your questions. Pay attention to how they show the home. Take notes and collect business cards. Then you can compare the agents you saw.

Look at web sites of Realtors or real estate agents. Read any testimonials they have. Call them up and ask questions about their experience and how they work with buyers. Get a feel for them and what they can do for you.

You also want an agent that will work within your schedule. Most of the time it needs to be someone who works as an agent full-time. They are available days, nights, and weekends. Not all agents work the same way. Find one that you are comfortable with. Trust your instincts.
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Sun May 5, 2013
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