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General Area in Hialeah : Real Estate Advice

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Lianagonzalez, Home Buyer in Hialeah, FL
Fri Jul 15, 2016
Lianagonzalez asked:
Short sale or bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure sale day? Please help me.
Short sale or bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure sale day?. I also owe HOA fees, about $8K. I just have a baby and…
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Ann Ryan, Real Estate Pro in Doral, FL
Thu Feb 2, 2012
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Carl E Chris…, Real Estate Pro in Miramar, FL
Wed Jan 12, 2011
Carl E Christian answered:
Call me at 305 610 4927 and we can discuss it or visit WWW.theniceagent.com
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Stephen Katz, Real Estate Pro in Atlanta, GA
Thu May 13, 2010
Stephen Katz answered:
With it's location near the beach, a very vibrant community, spectacular views and a low crime rate, I would literally recommend Hialeah Florida to everyone that wants to purchase a home. But these superlatives also mean that Hialeah is not for everyone. It has one of the highest property rates in Florida and also has the highest costs of living in the United States.

Which is why when people ask me about property options in this area, I always ask them if the idea of buying a property here is a long-term option?

One possible reason for this is that a huge percentage of the houses in the Hialeah market are so big, as one potential customer from the north said it ” you can park three SUV'S in the living room". The maintenance of these houses alone is enough to make some customers really weary.

But there is no question that apartments and condo units are thriving here, they are small and far more easy to maintain and more affordable. A huge percentage of customer's refer this type of accommodation.
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Mott Marvin…, Real Estate Pro in Sunny Isles Beach, FL
Sun Jan 6, 2008
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Contact the bank and Mortgage Company and try to work out a deal. There are expenses that need to be covered; maintenance and taxes in particular. If you are willing to continue paying rent to cover the lenders carrying costs, I see no reason that you would be forced to vacted quickly. Of course, the bank and mortgage company want the property SOLD, but they do understand that that could take some time. If you are willing to cooperate, so would they. ... more
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