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Home Buying in 33572 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 18, 2017
Japatel3 asked:
The tax statement has the property listed as Canal Front Class 22 what does this mean?
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Tue Dec 10, 2013
Linda Grey answered:
Just about any contractor who works in the area provided the lot is buildable.
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Mon Dec 9, 2013
Alma Kee answered:

Did you buy this house? I see you posted this back in 2010.

All the best,
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Thu Apr 19, 2012
Wanda Johnson answered:
Hello there,

We have many active/available primary and/or investment properties in our beautiful Apollo Beach area. I would be happy to assist you with your property search and the purchase of your new property with the addresses you have on hand. You are welcome to call me @ 813 900-7237, text me or email me at I can also add you to my listing book account so you can view the properties just like an agent utilizing MLS. You can also view listing on my website.

Please contact me and I will help you gather the information.

Thank you for your interest in our area,

Wanda Johnson, Realtor
Century 21 Beggins Enterprises
Apollo Beach, Fla
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Thu Jul 2, 2009
Dav answered:
I was trying to purchase a short sale home in Apollo Beach Mira Bay. I made an offer and it was accepted and signed by the sellers. My agent was in contact with the listing agent and was informed by the listing agent that my offer was the best. However, after 3 months of waiting I was informed the house was sold to another person at the "last minute" for the same price I offered because that person offered "cash". The bottom line on a short sale is it isn't your house until the closing is final and you have no legal recourse as you do with a conventional sale. The seller can reject your offer at any time in the process even for a lower bid. On the other hand you (the buyer) can walk away from the deal at any time with no penalty.(not sure if you can get your earnest money back) As the above posters have mentioned you need patience and the ability to deal with disappointment if you want to pursue a short sale. In hind sight I should have decided to walk away because the listing agent never removed the house from the listings. In other words they were looking for better offers even after they accepted my offer. ... more
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