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Mon Jun 30, 2014
Khuonghang89 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000029235/The-Lakes-At-College-Pointe-9000-Colby-Dr-Fort-Myers-FL-33919/
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Thu Jun 12, 2014
David Lang answered:
There is a $350 annual HOA fee in Banyan cove. This helps take care of the common areas of the community keeping it look great. Banyan Cove is a great community in a great location.


David Lang
Keller Williams Realty
239-677-8780
www.SWFloridaHomeSearch.com
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Fri Oct 18, 2013
Mary Blais answered:
Condo fees in Steamboat Bend start at $268 for a one bedroom and around $410 for a three bedroom. The Landings also has a $380/month bundled amenities fee that includes all the golf and tennis you can play, a boat slip in the marina based on availability, two bars and restaurants and 24 hr manned gate with roving patrol +++ more! ... more
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Fri Oct 18, 2013
Mary Blais answered:
Sorry, no dogs in Steamboat Bend or Steamboat Bend East!
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Tom Olson answered:
Dave thanks for posting your question. Condo fees vary between communities.

If you are in fact going to purchase a condo, there are larger issues to consider before making an offer. The biggest has to do with financing. If you are financing a condo, especially in southwest Florida please remember that not all condo communities are eligible for financing. Others are, but sometimes the buyer is required to put down much more than 20% . Sometimes it's up to 75%. Banks are still relatively afraid of condos depending on where they are and the health of the HOA.

That, coupled with the fees that a particular development charges will be an indicator of whether or not you can finance your condo. There's alot to know. I have seen many deals fall apart when agents and buyers make offers and don't have answers to some of these really important issues in advance. If you're a cash buyer, then disregard the previous info but keep in mind that you will want to investigate the financial health of the homeowners's association.


If you'd like, feel free to call me at 239-222-2727 or e-mail me at tomosellsrealestate@gmail.com

Thanks Dave!


Tom Olson,
Sandals Realty Fort Myers
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