Since there is no actual asking price, what does the 1K Transfer Value mean? We live in IL and we are not familiar with this listing strategy.

Asked by thekenlins, Rockford, IL Sun Feb 3, 2013

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Ken and Karen…, Agent, Punta Gorda, FL
Sun Feb 3, 2013
Hello -

Both of the previous answers are plausible - RealtyTrac's placing "listings" on third-party sites is sometimes misleading and is intended more to entice people to sign up for their service than to provide hard information.

There are presently no foreclosure listed for sale in Vivante, but if any do come to market they will appear on this web page. I'll leave it up for about a week so you can review the listings and get familiar with how it works.

http://puntagordawaterfront.mfr.mlxchange.com/?id=3737333338…

If you'd like to see information about other condo communities on your page, we'll be pleased to set them up for you and extend your web page for as long as necessary.

You can also find recent sales of condos in PGI on our web page.

Thank you for considering utilizing our services.

Regards,

Ken & Karen Rolland
Web Reference:  http://www.KRolland.info
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Tammy Hayes, Agent, Port Charlotte, FL
Sun Feb 3, 2013
This property is listed on Trulia as a Foreclosure by Realty Trac. It is not currently listed in the MLS for sale. The $1,000 is just a dollar amount they put on the record. It would not sell for that price. Right now there are 4 condos for sale in Vivante and they range in price from $274,900 to $474,900. I would be happy to send you listings that are actually for sale if you could provide me with your search criteria. You can also search on my web site at tammyhayesre.mfr.mlxchange.com. If I can answer any questions or help in any way, let me know.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty
tammyhayesre@gmail.com
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Claudia DeBr…, Agent, Cape Coral, FL
Sun Feb 3, 2013
If you're looking at a condo or a property in an HOA (homeowners association), some boards are charging a transfer fee to recoup the expenses of the foreclosures and other non-payers. Its getting more and more common. The good news is the foreclosures are drying up as these homes are sold! We are pretty stable with pricing finally.

I'd be happy to help you find a place
Claudia DeBruyn, Realtor
Cell/text 781-799-7570
salesnmktg@gmail.com
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