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Sun Apr 24, 2016
Gene Petrino answered:
Typical closing times are anywhere from 30-45 days. Cash sales are 7-14.
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Tue Nov 25, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Direct your question to the agent who listed your apartment.
Your agent will be able to address the issue.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax
Palm Harbor FL
727.420.4041
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Thu May 15, 2014
Lisa Foster answered:
You can also sign into your account, go into your "listings" page and select "edit listing"

Good luck !!
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Meir Aloni answered:
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Meir Aloni answered:
If you have a yearly Lease with your tenant/s, any future buyer MUST honor the terms of the present Lease (unless, of course, if you have a unique/different terms agreement with the tenant/s...) ... more
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Robert Lee answered:
All rents are negotiable. Find an honest professional realtor who care more about helping you than the money earned
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Sun Sep 11, 2011
Gary Hitchcock answered:
Usually the association fee is higher in a townhome versus a single family home because the insurance is included in the fee. Also many times the association is responsible for the roof, sometimes mowing the lawn, painting the exterior of the buildings every so many years, paving the driveway, etc. etc. In a single family home you would be responsible for all these items, hence the lower fee. ... more
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Thu Mar 17, 2011
Phil Rotondo answered:
American Home Shield
http://www.ahs.com
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Thu Sep 30, 2010
Monir Mamoun answered:
Sometimes it is. You need to check you are not cutting down a tree in restricted wetlands. That is definitely going to be illegal. Otherwise, check with your town to understand regulations -- because tree cutting may be regulated by local ordinance even if not by state law. ... more
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Sat Jul 24, 2010
Angela Mihal answered:
Hi Ta, if you send me your address I can look up comparable homes for you. Have a great night!

Angela Mihal
EWM, Realtors
260-242-0142
anmihal@yahoo.com
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Sat May 22, 2010
Damiana Mendes Ponce answered:
Mon Mar 22, 2010
Pookin answered:
Thank you,

Both of these places are FHA approved.

I am planning on buying it as my primary resident, I just also wanted to see which would be better value better when the market comes back.

I really like the Villa, but it is in my upper limit I would like to spend and I will not have any cash left over to do any work on the place at first. So I am just trying to put together a pro and con list.
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Mon Aug 10, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Communication can be powerful.....our recommendation is to go directly to the source, state your position, and make your case. It never hurts to have an attorney in your back pocket....just to keep things honest.

Good luck
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Sat Jul 18, 2009
Dianne Scott answered:
Phil's advice is correct. Many counties and municipalities now have tree ordinances. In many cases, you must show the necessity for removing the tree. There also may be size limitations on what can be taken out, and they may have provisions for you to replace a tree that is removed by another tree somewhere else on the property. Not only could you be liable for the fines, but also anyone working for you who is involved in the removal.

Check it out thoroughly first.

Dianne
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
Sandy Ramseth answered:
Yes, Florida has two types of Cypress trees: the Baldcypress, (Taxodium distichum var. distichum) and the Pondcypress, (Taxodium distichum var. nutan).

Whether it is illegal to cut them down is dependent on the jurisdiction where the trees are located, and more often then not, are protected because of the nature of the environment (wetland) in which they are typically found. It is best to consult the City, Town, or County of the tree's location before doing any cutting. ... more
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