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Mon Aug 15, 2016
Nsgphd answered:
Tue Mar 25, 2014
ckruppa answered:
What are you planning to build on the lot? What will be the purpose? Rental or you intend to live there?
I can say that it is not good property to speculate with. It's waterfront but not Gulf access. I am not a broker. ... more
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Randy and Vicki Biehl answered:
I don't work in Lee County but you can use the link below to Lee County Public Schools.

Vicki Biehl, Realtor
Century 21 Aztec & Associates
“No Transaction Fees”
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
Adolfo "A.D." Diaz answered:
Were you able to find a home to rent?

Adolfo Diaz
Century 21 Subelt
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Tue Jun 18, 2013
Lilo Clacher answered:
Auction on June the 30th. and if you interested to take part in the auction you need to register.
For more information please email me at

Thank you
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Tue May 14, 2013
Adolfo "A.D." Diaz answered:
We have a few properties coming to the market in the next month that allow for pets and have a pool. If you would like a list of the addresses and rental application feel free to email me directly.

Thank you,
Adolfo "A.D." Diaz
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Tue May 31, 2011
Debra Stack answered:
Hello Reminton,

There really is no need to pay to see foreclosures, when you can obtain the free help from a Realtor.

We all have access to foreclosures, however if you are wanting to see which properties have fallen behind, such as Lis Pesdens...then you would still be better off researching yourself rather than pay Realty Trac.

You can search Lis Pesdens on the lee clerk of courts system for free, do keep in mind that just because a lis pesdens is filed, that does not neccessarily mean the property will be for sale later on.

Many homeowners are working with their lenders to help them stay in their homes, some are even working with attorneys...and if they do decide to give back to the may come on the market as a short sale first.

There are many different directions that it could take, I think you would be better off just looking at the properties that are truly foreclosures right now, not to bother yourself with knowing about properties that arre in default.

If you need the help from a Realtor, please do consider giving me a call...I am always here and happy to help.

Yours Sincerely,

Debbie Stack
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