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Mon Jun 26, 2017
Patriciadaniel011 answered:
hello
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God bless kate Walton
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Sun Sep 4, 2016
trumpnyc_1999 asked:
what is the price of the home?

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Tue Apr 26, 2016
Lionel Lerebours asked:
Fri Aug 14, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
Flood insurance is based on a number of factors. These factors include: the amount and type of coverage being purchased, the location and flood zone, and the design and age of your structure. For homes in high-risk areas (e.g., Special Flood Hazard Areas or AE, VE Zones) built after the first Flood Insurance Rate Maps were drawn for that community, the elevation of the building in relation to the base flood elevation is also required. The elevation is called a BFE (base flood elevation). If you have a property in mind, contact a local insurance agent for a quote.

Keep in mind too that because of recent reforms to the Flood Insurance Program implemented by Congress, the current flood insurance rates are subject to potential increases each year until the rates reach market rates (many older homes have been benefiting from subsidized rates for years).
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Sat Sep 13, 2014
Diana Sutton answered:
When are you looking to move? Most tenants do not give notice until 30 days out from end of lease, so for a property manager to know a property is going to become available more than 30 days out, is almost unheard of. I suggest you start looking about 45 days out from moving. This gives you the opportunity to look at the market though your eyes and see what the price point is for the type of property your looking for. About 30 days out, you'll find a whole new inventory available and will be better able to decide if your getting a good deal or not. I suggest contacting a Realtor in the area for help. Normally you don't pay them for their service and they can update you daily on what's available and when there are price changes. And they can help you though the leasing process. Good luck! ... more
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Sat Sep 13, 2014
Diana Sutton answered:
They aren't the best and if you check the internet you can get a good picture of their product. There are several other builders in the area that have the same price for the same product and are much better builders. Do your homework before committing to any builder or talk to a local realtor first. ... more
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Sat Nov 3, 2012
Liane Jamason answered:
Ask your Realtor for more specifics but if they are asking for additional money from the Seller, that's not uncommon. I'm attaching a link to more about the entire short sale process which may be helpful to you. ... more
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Sat Nov 3, 2012
Liane Jamason answered:
First of all - you might think about hiring a buyer's agent to help you negotiate with the builder. Generally we agents are paid by the builder, but we can negotiate things you might not be able to get for yourself. I've recently saved some of my clients upwards of $20K + upgrades by negotiating with the builder on their behalf. I'd be happy to give you a bunch of great builders - give me a call or drop me a line. ... more
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Sun Aug 7, 2011
Angela Davis answered:
100% financing??? Yes, it is the best way to go. In today's market, VA and USDA is the best way to go!!!!


Thanks,
Angela Davis - Associate Broker
GRI, CLHMS, CRS, AHWD, CNE
Million Dollar Guild Member

Signature Realty Associates
Direct: (813) 545- 3118
Fax: (813) 643-5776
www.Go2TampaHomes.com
www.AngelaSellsTampa.com
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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Margaret Hassani answered:
No, but there are lots of other homes in the area for sale. Send me your criteria and we'll find just what you're looking for. You can also check homes for sale at http://www.tampahouse1.com. ... more
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Tue Sep 21, 2010
Carli Parrish answered:
Hi Pilar,

Unfortunately no one can answer that honestly because it a mystery to us all. Based on Real Estate statistics the market bottomed out last June or July of 2009.

Thanks
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Thu Nov 26, 2009
NA answered:
Hello-

Congratulations on your second home purchase!

Below is a link to your states Q&A and county assessor page. Some of my quick research shows that similar to most states and here in Florida, until you have made an improvement, or sold/transferred ownership there will be no reassessment. That transfer or improvement triggers a reassessment other than normal reviews done by each state. I did not see mention of a "homestead" credit like we offer in Florida. You should call your county assessor for more accurate information, however.

http://www.boe.ca.gov/proptaxes/faqs/changeinownership.htm
http://www.boe.ca.gov/proptaxes/assessors.htm

If you have a need for Realtor assistance please contact me directly, as the Riverview area you are considering is one of my primary markets. And I would be more than happy to assist you in your search.

Best Regards.
Michelle Niemczyk, Realtor
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Sun May 17, 2009
Selling Buying Ryan answered:
I am here in Los Angeles, CA our new Property Tax Rate is 1.25% multiplied by the Purchase Price!

So P.R. you have to find out what your Real Estae Tax -Rate is, multiply that by the purchase amount.

Hope that is help ful.

rhg
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Wed May 13, 2009
Amy Soto answered:
AAA in Brandon has had very very good rates 813-681-5761.

Hope this helps
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Mon May 19, 2008
Susan Cioffi- Riverview Realtor!!! answered:
Many Investors have bought in Villages of Bloomingdale now they are trying to sell but are having a hard time because what they are selling for are a lot less then what they bought at. So they are taking a big lost. Plus the builder is also selling them less then what the resales are. ... more
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