We would like a 3 B.R. house somewhere on Anastasia Island. Rent for $750.5 yrs. Want our own place. Tired of looking.

Asked by Pam/mike, Saint Augustine, FL Wed Sep 22, 2010

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Carol Tunis, Agent, St Augustine, FL
Thu Sep 23, 2010
Good morning, Pam & Mike! You have options!! You can easily get into a nice 3/2 unit for purchase or rent, on the Island. If you wish to call or email me, we have an in house mortgage consultant that is fabulous. He'll preapprove you within minutes. You don't have to use him, but, I think once meeting him, you'll want to! Go luck in your search. St. Augustine has a wonderful pool of agents that are knowledgable and professional. Just pick one and let them go to work for you! It's what we do...

Carol Tunis...a "HouseSold" name
(904) 669-0781
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Amy Gibbs, , Saint Augustine, FL
Thu Sep 23, 2010
Pam & Mike,
Good morning! My name is Amy Gibbs and I am a Realtor with St. Augustine Realty. If I understand your question correctly, you are looking to purchase a 3br home on Anastasia Island. With prices and interest rates down, now is a great time to consider purchasing a home. I am a native of St. Augustine and Anastasia Island so am extremely familiar with its neighborhoods. Your first step will be to contact a lender for pre-qualification. That will set the ground work for both how much you can and want to spend on a home. If you would like some local lender referrals, I would be happy to forward some on. You may contact me through my website at http://www.amygibbs.com. Have a wonderful day!
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Karen Peil, Agent, Saint Augustine, FL
Thu Sep 23, 2010
If you are looking for a home on Anastasia Island, I would be happy to be of service. If you are actually looking for a rental at the price point you mention on Anastasia Island, I did notice a couple slightly above that at Treasure Beach, but you may need to increase the rental amount to stay on Anastasia Island, or look on the mainland if you need to stay in the price point. If you ar looking to purchase a home and will be financing your purchase, the first step would be to get prequalified or preapproved with a mortgage lender, so you know what purchase price you can afford. Then, you can see what is available on Anastasia Island in your price point. If I can be of help, please don't hesitate to give me a call.
Karen Peil, Broker-Associate
Prudential Network Realty
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Rosemarie Hu…, Agent, St Augustine, FL
Thu Sep 23, 2010
Hello Pam & Mike,
The first step is to be pre-approved with a mortgage lender, if you need help finding one I can give you some names, once you do this, which does not take long I can run a search of active listings for you the Island and start the process of finding you a home.
Feel free to search my website as well.
Have a great day
Rosemarie Hussey
Prime Real Estate
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Gary Rowley, Agent, Palm Coast, FL
Thu Sep 23, 2010
If I am undserstanding your question correctly, I think you are inquiring about buying because you have been renting for 5 years? If so, my website will help you decide if iyou can qualify for a mortgage loan and give you contact information to the mortgage broker in our office, Go to http://www.PalmCoastHomeSales.com
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Merritt Noel, , Denver, CO
Wed Sep 22, 2010
I think your best bet is craigslist.org, rentals.com and/or rentvine.com. I find it it funny that I am suggesting websites that I thought one day would be competitors of mine. I created milehighlistings.com with the intents to expand it to nationally as a resource to search rentals and homes for sale. Unfortunately or fortunately the mortgage business has not allowed me the time to dedicate to it.

Good luck in your rental search. One suggestion is make sure your meet with the owners and able to get into the property and check references even for the owners/property managers. I have had a couple situation where I have had fraudulent listings on my website and the potential renters where told to send money overseas without being able to actually get into the property. If there is a rental that requires you to send money outside the US ****RED FLAG**** and do not move forward. If you come across a similar situation report it to the local authorities.
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