I don't want to climb stairs. Someone living above can be noisy. Are the floors wood or concrete?

Asked by Rob, 07067 Thu Dec 26, 2013

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Steven Zimme…, Agent, New Port Richey, FL
Thu Dec 26, 2013

Good afternoon. While following along, my question to you is; what is your desired price point ?

I have a 1,500 sq ft 3 bedroom with 2 full bath never lived in newer construction, canal front with boat slip, hurricane rated concrete and steel Gulf view Condominium available in an elevator building that allows pets, hard wood and tile flooring within my Coastal Community of Gulf Harbors.

Priced at $248,111 this unit also comes with available seller financing - 15% down with a 5 year 5% interest only balloon with no pre payment penalty.

Please feel free to contact me if this property suits your needs.

Steven Zimmerman Realtor ABR GRI
Gulf Harbors Resident-Specialist
Belloise Tropical Realty
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Rob, Home Buyer, 07067
Thu Dec 26, 2013
I meant in Condos, these community questions do not give you enough room to ask the full question. I only know of one area which are villas and are wood frame. I was talking about multi level condos. Some subdivisions do not allow ceramic or wood floors on the second or third floors for noise.
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There are a lot of single story unit condos/villas in the New Port Richey area. Please email me directly at THETAMPAREALTOR@YAHOO.COM with your price range and #bed/bath preference and I can send you some listings that may fit your needs.
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Michael Cons…, Agent, Trinity, FL
Thu Dec 26, 2013

Is there a particular property you are looking at as I can certainly locate properties for you that can offer low noise or no noise. Please feel free to call or email me if I can assist in any way.

Michael Constantine
(727) 415-0922
Keller Williams Realty
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Dec 26, 2013
Sounds as though a single family home or town home could be a better solution for you.
Most condo building three stories or more have elevators. Having someone living above is the price you pay for big building housing.
Many condo building do not permit tile flooring on any condo not on the ground floor to reduce the noise below..
If the building was formerly a rental complex, the building, including the floors are more more likely to be wood. Most, constructed originally as condo are constructed of concrete. Makes hanging those new fans and chandeliers a real challenge.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
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