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Ernest Washb…,  in Indialantic, FL
Sun Mar 2, 2014
Ernest Washburn answered:
$150/sq ft not on ocean, $200/sq ft on ocean. Oh and by the way I also can offer everything the other firms do without all the self hype.

Bob Washburn
Keylands Realty
321-720-3003 ... more
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Jeremy Payne, Real Estate Pro in Melbourne, FL
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Jeremy Payne answered:
I believe it is a great time to get into the Market. There are lots of optimistic predictions for 2014. We are not in the clear overall, but the Market looks optimistic and it's a great time to buy or sell. I'm looking forward to 2014. ... more
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dmdunton14, Home Seller in Deltona, FL
Fri Aug 9, 2013
dmdunton14 answered:
I am looking to sell my 1/1 condo in The Beach Club Condo . Good condition and open airy setting. Satisfied with updates the board has done ! Great location and ammenities galore. Buyers needed . ... more
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Carpenter /…, Real Estate Pro in Indialantic, FL
Thu Jun 6, 2013
Carpenter / Kessel Homeselling Team answered:
Everything you need to know about Oceanside Village can be found here: http://www.carpenterkessel.com/Homes-for-Sale-Oceanside-Village-Indialantic-6-11847.html
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Barb Mihalik, Real Estate Pro in Merritt Island, FL
Sat Sep 8, 2012
Barb Mihalik answered:
First and foremost, a short sale can be a good idea if you're not in a hurry to move and you have the patience and fortitude to wait. The easiest short sales to work with are those that have a price that's already been approved by the bank. Most short sales take a minimum of 3 months to close . If there is only one lien, that always makes things easier. Also, if the bank holding the loan has solid and consistent processes for handling a short sale, that helps, too. It's also beneficial if your agent has had training and experience in handling short sale properties, such as a CDPE designation.. ( CDPE stands for Certified Distressed Property Expert.) The short sale is actually a 3 party transaction between buyer and seller and bank so when you get a bank making the decision as to whether to agree to a short sale and to agree to an offered price, that can take time. To summarize the best short sales:
1. For those who can wait up to 6 months to move in
2. Have a bank approved price and only one lienholder
3. Involve knowledgeable and experienced agents and title companies involved
Otherwise, a motivated seller who's ready to move on may be your better bet.
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Patrick, Home Buyer in 32903
Fri Apr 20, 2012
Patrick answered:
Yes anyone can purchase the units on the market now, but if I buy one and in a year I'm forced to sell it to the BOD President, then I'm out a vacation home :(
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John Bennett, Real Estate Pro in Orlando, FL
Tue Mar 20, 2012
John Bennett answered:
I was wondering how this would be helpful, and I just can't see any way this could be helpful to someone?

Would past sales price tell us anything about the future?

This History might show prices went up, then they crashed, and now are steady! So do we assume they continue to go down because of past, or do we assume this is bottom and they will return to 2004/5 levels as fast as they dropped? Or maybe they return on slower pace. Maybe they just stay where the are now? How does the past show us the future? Might world events impact the condo market? Babyboomers? 15 trillion of government debt and going up? Euro? ... more
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Joan Willis, Real Estate Pro in Melbourne, FL
Sun Apr 3, 2011
Joan Willis answered:
You will need some assistance in purchasing a foreclosure. I have been seloling forclosed homes for 14 years here in Brevard. Feel free to contact me anytime for assistance. If you are going to do it on your own without a realtor you will need a real estate attorney to protect your interest, I can recommend one to you; There are many aspects to consider when purchasing a foreclosure.

Joasn Willis
Broker/Owner
Brevards Best Realty Incl.
321-960-3577
brevardsbestrealty@yahoo.com
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