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Home Buying in South Miami : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 17, 2014
Ann Ryan answered:
Miami has a bunch of great neighborhoods, but no true cultural center. However, if you're from Brooklyn, I suggest you consider the Wynwood/Midtown area. It's got a funky, artsy atmosphere, and lots of great bars and restaurants. The second Saturday of every month, there's a gallery night in Wynwood that brings out every hipster, culturati, and many tourists. I particularly enjoy that evening, in no small part due to the number of food trucks.

Ann Ryan
Keyes Real Estate
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Sun Jul 14, 2013
Lila Henry answered:
Good morning,

Please feel free to contact a realtor to assist you in your search for a home. Your post does not indicate what you are looking for in a home such as the number of bedrooms, baths, features, location and of course the price range. Additionally, if I may also suggest, if you will be needing to finance your home purchase you will want to speak with a loan officer to get a loan preapproval as this will be needed when making an offer on a home. I would welcome the opportunity to assist you in your search.

Lila Lopez, CRS, CPDE, E-pro
RE/MAX Advance Realty
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Sat Sep 22, 2012
steve Javier answered:
Viera, Florida is a very nice community, check my listing there... if you require assistance, please let me know
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Mon Dec 5, 2011
Shawn Ryan Rosa answered:
Comps are not "all over the place," as long as you are comparing similar properties and distinguishing between short-sales, foreclosures, and full arms length transaction. FInd a good local realtor and they will be able to pinpoint a home's value with ease. ... more
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Wed Dec 15, 2010
Mack McCoy answered:
Well, gee. A deed is merely a document. If you gave the property to someone, they couldn't prove they owned it without a deed. If you gave them a deed granting them ownership, then they own it and you can't sell it. If you just made up a deed to be delivered from the grave, and you never gave it to anyone, then not only can you sell the property while you're alive, but the deed probably wouldn't have any legal standing, although it could delay probate and run up some legal bills. ... more
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Fri Mar 19, 2010
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Sujad I recently sold a home that had fuse on an FHA loan. If the property has 100 amp service FHA does not care if it has fuses. Heat you need to have to keep things in the home from freezing but FHA does not worry if it gets hot so no AC is fine. ... more
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Wed Mar 17, 2010
Murray Balkcom answered:
You should send a pre-qualification loan letter with your offer.
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Wed Aug 5, 2009
Clay Renoit answered:
Barbara, I can help you find what your looking for.But we must start with a price range,sqft,bed/bath.Do you need a back yard.Do you have kids that is in need of schooling.Do you want a pool? email me with all your wants and we will take it from there. Barbara I will find you something that you may like and other's that you will say NO too....FUNNY BUT I WILL KEEP IT REAL LIKE ANY AGENT WOULD. ... more
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