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32836 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Nov 1, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
Discuss with your Agent, they should be handling this for you, it is their job.
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Mon Aug 17, 2015
Scott Garrison answered:
Yes, The seller can deny an offer for any reason and doesn't have to give an explanation as to why...that's just the way it works. There are extensive Fair Housing Laws, but like any law you'd have to PROVE that you were being discriminated against, which could be a long, expensive and ultimately unsatisfiying resolution for you.

Imagine a Realtor was selling YOUR home for you, and someone made an offer, and for whatever reason you did not want to accept it. Can you imagine how you would feel if your Realtor or the US Government then MADE you sell your property, or FORCED you to provide a reason to the buyer (that was to the buyers satisfaction)? Having been a Realtor for 24 years, I've never seen a single case where any party to the transaction was made to buy or sell against their will. Your case is kind of like dating- who knows why someone won't go out with someone else? Rather than trying to figure it out, it is best just to move on to another.
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Sun Apr 12, 2015
Paula Hemani & Robert Schott answered:
There are two homes listed on Fernleaf if you give me the number I can do a home evaluation on the property. Everything starts with value, whether it's buying or selling a much is it in todays market. Doctor Phillips where this property is located is a sought after market, award winning schools, close proximity to downtown Orlando and all the attractive community amenities. When performing a home evaluation we search for like properties of course understanding no two properties are identical. We make adjustments for location (water, conservation, backing to a road etc), size (square footage and lot), upgrades and condition. In order to find the value of this property we need to gather all of the above to perform an accurate market value. Go to for our free home evaluation. Hope this helps! ... more
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
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Thu May 9, 2013
Francisco Orchilles answered:
This is a huge issue. Many listing agents are advising their clients to steer clear of FHA buyers. Since inventory is so low in many areas, prices are steadily increasing and any good agent knows this. FHA appraisers seem to be slow to react to market signals and for this reason, listing agents and sellers try and avoid FHA buyers. ... more
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Carl Head answered:
Hi Kristen,

If you’re interested in a home/palace in this area, please feel free to contact me directly

I’ll be glad to set up a search for you of homes that are currently available, and you’ll be automatically notified if something matching is newly listed.


Carl Head
Realty Center-Orlando
407-832-4650 (cell
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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Linda Gustafson answered:
It is true that you must purchase outside of a 50 mile radius in Florida, however it is best to always check with your accountant as well as a reputable realtor, depending on the area you are looking to purchase. In South Florida we have increasing numbers of international buyers and second home buyers, the market is also listed as the 4th by in terms of best deals. It is worth considering! Best of luck. ... more
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Wed Jan 18, 2012
J. Mughal answered:
It depends on a lot of factors.
A residential property may last as little as 15 days or as long as 90+ days....
It will all depend how agressively a property is priced....

Since you are in 32836 zip code and this happened to be one of my main zip codes where I practice real estate I'll be happy to talk to you over the phone and give you NO BS input about your property. You can call me directly at (407) 920-6900
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Tue Jan 17, 2012
J. Mughal answered:
Hi Jeff,
My name is J. Mughal and I'm a licensed real estate broker located in the area of your interest. You are welcome to call me directly at (407) 920-6900 and I'll be happy to speak with you and answer your questions that you may have when it comes to buying and dealing with properties that may be bank or government owned or both. I'll be happy to give you more details on the area, if you require.

I primarily work with foreclosures, bank and Govt. owned properties and can help you buy real estate of your liking in your chosen zip code of 32836 and or in surrounding areas. 32836 and surroundings are the areas of my expertise and are the areas where I pracice most of my real estate deals.

I'll also share what issues you may run into when it comes to buying a foreclosure and what can be done to avoid and or how to best deal with these issues. I'll help you and be there every step of the way. You will be pleased to deal with me.

Please read my testimonials here on Trulia and you'll learn that I work hard and deliver the very best as customer satisfaction is my number no.1 priority.

I look forward to hearing from you.


J. Mughal
Licensed Real Estate Broker
(407) 920-6900
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Sat Sep 10, 2011
Dr.A.Khan (MBA-PhD) answered:
Lot of people turning towards new homes.The banks are selling homes as is!WITH NO WARRANTY what so ever.Where as the builders are giving 10 years warranty.People don't want to buy somebody else bad luck. ... more
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Sergio Hernandez answered:
Try contacting the Realtors that showed your property and sold another. Then ask them why their buyers selected the other property over yours.
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