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Sat Feb 4, 2017
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Ben Rivera answered:
iPhone is great and extremely useful for real estate. Take some time to train and it will save you more time in the long run.
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Fri Feb 27, 2015
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Tue Apr 1, 2014
Kawain Payne answered:
Hello Rafael,

Just contact customer support they have reps available for live chats, and they are very helpful.

Most of the stuff you can navigate on your own. I find Trulia to be very user friendly.

Kawain Payne, Realtor
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services
Seal Beach Ca
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Fri Jan 22, 2010
Adrian Diaz Sieckel answered:

Touches on whats happening infrastructure wise to the city and some shameless plugs on the brokerage itself.
There is also a newslink:

This page compiles all real estate related news for the Local, Regional, State and International real estate markets. It updates automatically or as the various news feeds that make up the page are updated.
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Thu Jun 12, 2008
Melanie Dawn Molina Wood answered:
If the property is located in zip code 33176, it is most likely in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Here is a brochure from Miami-Dade County with some general information about setbacks:

There is a phone number on the front of the brochure if you need further information.

Hope this helps!
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Thu Mar 6, 2008
RN answered:
Good answers by my colleagues-- it also depends on the LOCATION of the house. Where is it? My guess is that you are in kendall or south miami, maybe further south towards the redlands. If you are doing the conversion to prepare the house for sale, then you may want to rethink it. Some people want a garage, and will be disappointed when they see that there isn't one. Others are specifically looking for that third bed/bath. If you are selling, my recommendation is LEAVE IT ALONE, and let the future buyer have the options to do their own conversion exactly the way they want to . Most buyers I work with would rather have that than to pay the extra price for a house that has been converted, but necessarily to their liking.
You are going to shell out a fair amount of money, live with construction dust and interruption, and may not get dollar for dollar back what you put into it. Also, you are losing valuable time in a depreciating market. If you want to sell, clean up the house, make it look, feel and smell as inviting as possible, and get on the market NOW.
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Thu Dec 20, 2007
Jose Castillo Lic REA answered:
here is a direct link to the property from the MLS system locally with all the information you need on the home as well as pictures.
if you need further help please contact me Jose Castillo at 954-240-3940 or visit my web site ... more
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Mon Dec 17, 2007
Amarilys Suarez answered:
You can search through the miami dade proprty appraisal. This is the link:
However, sometimes they are a little behind on recording, but it should give you the closest answer to your needs. However, if you need a home valuation of your property, you can contact me and I will provide it for you free of cost as we advertise in our website.
Good Luck.
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Wed Sep 26, 2007
Sean Dougherty answered:
Contact the City of Miami and speak to their Planning and Zoning Department and ask them if they have maps to download or purchase. Also, you might want to ask the person you speak with which Realtors are real movers and shakers in development. These are the people to call and have them keep you updated on announced projects. As I'm sure you know, the sooner you can put a new condo under contract, the more you stand to make on it as the prices go up.

Best of luck to you!

Sean Dougherty
RE/MAX Alliance
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