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Wed Jul 6, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Mon Feb 15, 2016
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Sat Aug 23, 2014
Ryan Braunstein answered:
I run a Facebook page that specializes in Rentals.

We have rental companies, and its expanding quite quickly. No hassle.

Facebook Group: Marco Island Sales and Rentals.

I also can assist you with any Real Estate needs.

Ryan Braunstein
Platinum Edge Partners
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Susan Ackerson answered:
I have a condo listed for sale that might consider that. Give me a call to discuss it if you are interested. 800-225-1956
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Thu Aug 23, 2012
Bill Eckler answered:
Yep....depends on where you begin your trip......
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Sun Jul 29, 2012
David H Schulz answered:
Marco Island beaches are Public and with many condos and vacation traffic you would not go unnoticed. You can look at the area on our website to see the Marco Island Real Estate costs and fees. There are many places you can rent that may offer you the privacy to do what you wish in a private residence... ... more
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Mon Jul 23, 2012
David H Schulz answered:
Condo Communities and organized HOA communities are more restricted and have less rental freedom. Families many times like to have the freedom and room that a home offers with a private pool. Also, if a single family home is offered by the week, it is convenient for a family in the Naples area for a short family vacation. As you can imagine, a potential leasing customer would look at his return on the rental and we find visitors want to be near amenities like the beach, restaraunts and things to do. The season is slower in the summer although busier with europeans renting and very slow in the weeks and months prior to the Holidays. You can look at the asking prices for rentals as well as resales at our website and look at pages for different areas like Marco Island or by community. ... more
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Mon Jul 23, 2012
David H Schulz answered:
You should look at the market prices and offerings by looking at our website- We have options for loan pre-approval that you should consider. And if you have not chosen an agent, we can help you to determine the best options based on your price range and the location you like best. ... more
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Wed Nov 10, 2010
David H Schulz answered:
Owners in the Prince are disclosing $932 to $1098 per month. You can search for options for similar condos at our website Any additional fees, costs and restrictions can always be provided by the agent you choose to represent you. ... more
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Tue Feb 19, 2008
Jack Owen answered:
It is not mandatory to have hurricane windows or shutters on any condo in the state of Florida.
Jack Owen, Realtor
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Thu Nov 1, 2007
Paula Bean answered:
You should contact your HOA association about this. They specify what is included in your HOA dues. If you are considering selling your unit, there is a state law in Florida where there is a form that the HOA has to fill out for you and the buyer, saying what is included in the fees or not.

If you do not have an attorney or an agent, then I would suggest getting one - as they will know what to do. If you are just curious - contact your HOA.
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