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Investment Properties in Poinciana : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Oct 12, 2014
Margus Mahar answered:
Hi,

Are you still looking? I have properties available for you.

Best Regards,

Margus Mahar, RealtorĀ®
Specializing in Luxury and Investment Properties
- Certified 203K Renovation Specialist
- Advanced Construction Expert (ACE)
www.FLHomeDeal.com
J.C. Penny Realty, LLC.
8701 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Suite 200
Kissimmee, FL 34747
Mobile: 321-388-6856
Email: margus@jcpennyrealty.com
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Susan Borchini answered:
The HOA documents state that you can only have two rentals per year on one property. I agree with Lorraine that limiting your rentals to buyers that are building new homes may not fulfill your need for cash flow. Year around unfurnished rentals are probably your best bet. There are plenty of people who want to remain in Solivita forever and are good prospects for long term rentals.. If you need any assistance please feel free to call Borchini Realty at 407-791-1789.
Regards,
Susan Borchini
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
You bet you do! As others have said, you MUST address your concerns to an attorney. If you have less than three properties in this status, making changes should be relatively easy. If you own more than three......your really, reallly, really, really, need to do what ever you must to provide incentive for your renter/buyer to enter into another agreement. If THEY consult an attorney, and you have more than three.....you will be fastened using a tapered shaft with a helical thread. Call the attorney you used to draw up the original agreement. ... more
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Susan Borchini answered:
Vacant lots/land have been very depressed for the last five years. Owners are willing and ready to sell because they have to pay the Association of Poinciana Dues (approx $240/year) and taxes on the land each year. You also have to maintain your lot by bush hogging and mowing frequently. I would suggest that unless you want to build a home on a lot in Poinciana that you do not buy at this time for an investment. Call PIONEER Realty, and talk to Ed Sims. He's been there for decades and knows the exact situation about land in Poinciana. His number is: 407-957-5478. ... more
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