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Mike Brown, Home Owner in Bradenton, FL
Mon Jan 19, 2015
Mike Brown asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Armindo Gonz…, Real Estate Pro in POMPANO BEACH, FL
Mon Dec 1, 2014
Armindo Gonzalez answered:
Hi Christopher,seems you where correct and trulia have taken the post down.Have you consider buying a home?

Armindo Gonzalez

EXIT King Realty
Bradenton Fl

941-526-9932 ... more
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Mike Acklin, Real Estate Pro in Bradenton, FL
Sun May 1, 2011
Mike Acklin answered:
Many communities have no CDD fees, even new construction homes and resale. Depends on the area.
I would be happy to send you some examples of non CDD homes if you are interested. CDD fees can help preserve the quality of the comminuty and keeps the amenities updated and maintained.
Call me for more info........

Mike 941-224-4911
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Linda Reynol…, Real Estate Pro in Lakewood Ranch, FL
Wed Jan 6, 2010
Linda Reynolds answered:
HOA is $1,037 per quarter. Monthly maintenance of $268 per month.

Feel free to visit our website and set up your custom search for properties without talking to an agent.

If you have anymore questions we will be happy to research them and provide you with the answers.

Linda Reynolds
Reynolds Realty of Manatee, Inc.
941-723-0017 ext 200
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Tue Oct 14, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
in most cases when it is coming from realty Trac, it is a new foreclosure and tehre is no price set yet, the amount may represent the tax stamps for transfer teh bank spent or the amount past due or one of the liens that were on the property. Realty Trac picks it up as a trasnfer from the owner into the bank as a foreclosure. Now the bank will assign an assett manager, he will get the property cleaned, appraised, and give it to a local broker to sell. ... more
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