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Pelican Preserve : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Mar 19, 2017
Sally asked:
I submitted comments to a number of properties inquiring about certain dates, but want to send another one to each property with a change in rental dates, but the send request button is…
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Tue Jul 7, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
Water, sewer, electricity, and gas will be hard to estimate, because it really just depends on how much you use. Insurance is also hard to estimate because there are a lot of things that go into insurance costs. I would suggest talking to your current insurance provider to see if you can get a quote for this. They should be able to give you at least a rough estimate of what it will cost you.
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Fri Jun 13, 2014
Robert Guth answered:
A lease fee is defined as an ownership interest held by a landlord with the right of use and occupancy conveyed by lease to others; usually consists of the right to receive rent and the right to repossession at the termination of lease.

In contrast, fee simple is defined as absolute ownership unencumbered by any other interest or estate. The conveyance of rights to others affects the property's value. For example, a single-family owner-occupied property has fee simple property rights that are absolute and unencumbered, unlike a leasehold estate where property rights are limited to use and occupancy for a stated term. An appraiser often is used to determine to what extent, if any, the transfer of property rights impacts the property's value.

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Tue Mar 18, 2014
David Lang answered:
I don't see any listing for it anywhere.

Here are the current listings for sale in the community.

Dave Lang
Keller Williams Realty
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Allen Kavanuagh answered:
The unit you are asking about is Pending. There are Many other options in this community. If you are still interested in something in this community or else where please contact me at:
I would be more than glad to assist you
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Sun Mar 2, 2014
Mark Hetrick answered:
We list the HOA fees in the MLS but they don’t show up on all or at least most of the client reports and consumer websites. I’m pretty sure it’s so buyers contact a Realtor for the information. That’s the only logical reason I can imagine, for withholding the information. Fact of the matter is, the people that direct the Realtor Associations and 3rd party websites are the ones dictating the policies and usually those policies are geared towards keeping Realtor associations in business. One of the ways they do this is by making “Realtor friendly” policies rather than “customer friendly” policies. I guess the thinking is, if we give you all the information you need, why would you need us?

More importantly, I offer the best way to buy and sell real estate and it involves saving buyers and sellers money through flat fee MLS listings and buyer rebates.

Feel free to give me a call and/or visit my website at


Mark Hetrick
Broker - List In MLS Realty, LLC
239 936 5478
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Thu May 23, 2013
Jin Kobayashi answered:
Hi, there is no picture of this #403 unit because this was already sold. There are 2 more units available in here. Please let me know if you want me to send you the information.

Jin Kobayashi
Realtor / Interior Designer

Office: 239.271.2410
Cell: 212.518.1091
Address: 11920 Fairway Lakes Drive Suite 1, Fort Myers FL 33913
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Mon May 13, 2013
Marc Comisar answered:
Fees were answered below.....this is a 55+ community and in my opinion the best one around. I have sold several of these condos on Amiata Way......if we can be of any assistance please let me know.
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Wed Aug 29, 2012
Gary L. Neubauer answered:
I was formerly on the New Home sales Team with WCI, the developer of Pelican Preserve for over 3 years, and have lived in Pelican Preserve since 2003, and I also serve on the Board of Supervisors of the Gateway Services Community Development District which all owners in Pelican Preserve belong to. The figures given by the other agents are out of date: The Master HOA quarterly fee (and all fees are quarterly except the annual CDD fee which is on the tax bill-check for tax info in Lee County) is currently $161.00, and everyone, regardless of home size or style pays the same $ amount. The current Town Center Amenities Fee is $520.46, again quarterly. The individual HOA or Condo fee varies with the particular community that a property is in. Hope that helps.
Gary Neubauer, Coldwell Banker Realtors-Ft. Myers. (239) 209-1234
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