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Mon Apr 25, 2016
Victorjmcdonald asked:
I understand that you can only report listings as they are entered in the MLS. But sending out "address not available" listings is a waste of your time and mine. I always screen…
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Tue May 27, 2014
Scott Murdock answered:
If you are still looking to rent, I will be renting my home soon. It is off Trouble Creek, which is one block north of 54. It is a 4/2/2 with a huge, fenced backyard. I am looking for $1050 a month.

My email is smurdock1@verizon.net
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Sat Feb 22, 2014
Otter Banks answered:
Think of the Oaks at River Ridge. Great schools and prices for rent are very reasonable. Nice area.
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Steven Zimmerman answered:
Loretta,

Good morning. Just conducting a custom search of the MLS, I see that this property has closed/sold on 4/5/2013 for $48k.

Steven Zimmerman Realtor ABR GRI
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Wed Jun 10, 2009
Lana Robbins GRI answered:
It depends which area of New Port Richey. For example in Seven Springs it's 14.54.

As for the university... to which one are you referring? If it's Pasco Hernando Community College


http://ww.phcc.edu

it's located on Ridge Road. There is Embassy Hills, Ridgewood, etc.

As far as a place where lesbians gather there is a bar on Grand Boulevard in New Port Richey called Waterside Landing.

As for crime stats you can view the Pasco County Sheriff's Dispatch Log here:

http://www.pascosheriff.com/webapps/cadweb33.pgm

Subdivision Activity here:

http://www.pascosheriff.com/webapps/cadweb3.pgm

Crime statistic here:

http://www.pascosheriff.com/websmart/pasco/static/uniform_crime_statistics.htm

And the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's data:

http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/content/getdoc/6728cc3e-438c-40e4-8161-b72b3c31e813/FSAC-Home.aspx

~ Lana
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Wed Nov 12, 2008
Gaile Waldhauser answered:
This house was built in 1997
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Wed Nov 12, 2008
April answered:
34653 is a wonderful place to move!
That house has wonderful neighbors and they are verry helpful!
It is a great place for kids there is an elementary school and middle school walking distance.
There is a park 20 min. away if you are walking and it has verry many activitys and parades there.
I lived in that house for 4 years so i would know everything about that house.
It is verry beautiful inside and out there is a verry big back yard that can hold alot of things like a trampoline or a pool or both!
It is verry big.
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Wed Jun 18, 2008
Chris Belloise answered:
Hi Lisa,

My wife and I have lived in New Port Richey now for almost 9 years. I am a native of Clearwater (about 20 minutes South of New Port Richey). We love the smaller town feel of New Port Richey and do not miss the congestion of Pinellas County (Clearwater, St. Pete, Tarpon Springs, etc).

Contact me if you have any specific questions on schools. I have two sons (age 9 and 11) and they both go to Richey Elementry. My wife and I have been very happy with their curriculum, staff, and student attention. My 11 year old is headed to Gulf Middle next year (they get big so fast!) so far we are happy with what we have heard in the sudent orientation events and from what other parents are telling us.

I have several videos about New Port Richey and nearby parks and beaches on my website and YouTube channel. My YouTube channel is http://www.youtube.com/belloise the other site is listed below.

Thanks and good luck!

Chris Belloise
Belloise Realty Tropical
(727) 858-8692
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Sun Aug 26, 2007
Ruthless answered:
That is actually and excellent question that more home buyers should ask. It is not uncommon to ask for this information from the homeowner. Also some utility companies offer (free or for a nominal fee) an energy evaluation. They will let you know if your energy costs would be high because of lack of insulation, efficiency of your heat & air units, the quality of your windows or whatever else. You should also check out some tax savings and other information for saving energy once you own the home. Go to:http://www.energystar.gov/
Good luck,
Ruth
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