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Home Buying in 32807 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Mark LeMenager answered:
Six years and still going strong. Not sure if I would call the Florida legislature corrupt, but self serving sure fits. Clearly we've gone through a full economic cycle since this one started and Florida is growing big time again. Given how terrible the winter has been up north (can I get a Polar Vortex) this year I think we may see that accelerate. ... more
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Mark LeMenager answered:
Just curious when looking at this old question. Did check and found 128 condos with at least 2 beds on the market even now in 2013. But the interesting thing is that only one is from this century. Do keep in mind that when you look at the low end, you are looking at relatively old frame (all wood) buildings that almost certainly have defered maintenance issues. ... more
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Sun Sep 30, 2012
Stephen McRory answered:
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Kinda confused, but maybe this will help.

Mom buyers property as Investment Property in her name. Then she does a Lease Option to you until you are divorced and then you refi / purchase all in your name.

Contact me at 2:00 tomorrow to go over more options.

www.pro-option.com

Steve@pro-option.com

888 662 4404
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Thu Nov 3, 2011
Mark LeMenager answered:
Lleny, it'sa ll right here:

http://www.trulia.com/guides/home_buying/getting_started/

Enjoy.

Good luck,
Mark LeMenager
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Sat Jun 18, 2011
Ada Sanchez answered:
Hi Debbie, Every condo has it own unique requirements, amenities and fees. I am providing you with a high lights on some of them.

Liberty Square complex - start @ 28K and the HOA fee are 215/per month
Sienna Place Start @30K - Monthly Fee are 197
Village Marquis Start @ 23K and monthly fee are 236
Metro @Michigan Park 2/2/ - starts @32K - Monthly Fee - 267
Village Square a 2/1 Starts @ 35K - Monthly Fee $180
Regency Garden a 2/2 Starts @ 36K - HOA Fee $318/per month
Wimbledon Park a 1/1 Starts @40K - HOA Fee $246/per month

My 2 choices will be Liberty Square & Wimbledon Park. Community is excellent. If you would like more information, email me at ada0425@yahoo.com

Thanks.

Ada Sanchez
Pacific Atlantic Realty
407-342-2664
ada0425@yahoo.com
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Wed Sep 23, 2009
Rick Aguirre answered:
Anjala,
First question I would ask you Anjala is where are you going to work ( part of town) then we can best answer your question.
There are a number of great areas.
Please let us know.
Realtor Rick.
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