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Fri Jan 23, 2015
Diane Schrakamp answered:
Hey mya!!! I have lived here in Houston my whole life and have been a realtor for 9 years so I can give you some good ideas. It really depends on your price range. Send me am email with your price range and I will send you an extensive list of some nice neighborhoods. I look forward to hearing from you!!!

Diane Schrakamp
Total Real Estate Services
Dschrakamp@gmail.com
832-620-6304
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Thu Dec 8, 2016
Carmen Bongiovanni answered:
There is no best section, it depends on your particular lifestyle. We have golfing communities, salt water canal communities, equestrian communities oceanfront communities and gated communities. What do you like? Call me and we can certainly find you the perfect home.
Carmen Bongiovanni, Realtor
386.246.9239
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Sat Feb 23, 2013
Ron Henderson answered:
Just got multiple offers on two of my listings last week. It's been a long time since that happened. Also, new construction in our area is moving very fast. Many of them sell before the home is finished. The best homes are selling within days and in some price ranges buyers may need to prepare to move quickly if they want the home. ... more
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Sun Feb 17, 2013
Lance King answered:
If you end up coming to San Francisco I think you should definitely rent first if you don't know the area. There are lots of different neighborhoods and lots of different micro-climates, so lots of choices. Prices are also very high right now so I don't think you will hurt yourself by waiting, and you don't want to purchase before you learn the city only to find out you blew your choice.

What I would do is get a handle on what you think is your optimum location to buy and then rent there, checking out other neighborhoods while you're living there to make sure. Although your purchase is off in the future, me or one of my team could show you around to give you some ideas - we work with a lot of out of area clients. In case you don't like the weather or the prices, we also work in surrounding areas and can help you figure out which of those might work as well.

If you want to drop me a line (contact info below) with your price range and size criteria I can tell you if the city will work.

Best Regards,

Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
lance@fixedrateproperties.com
415.722.5549
DRE# 01384425
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Stephanie Fox answered:
I think you might see an increase in new home construction as we move into warmer weather. Home prices are rising and the inventory of homes on the market is smaller than it has been for years. People are buying up lots and developers are looking for more land, a good indication of increased home building. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Barbara Wilson answered:
It is beautiful. Not too hot, 80's often. It cools off at night and really has a great climate. You will notice a lot of people have southern-California types of plants - bouganvilla, lemon and orange trees, tomatoes and roses. I think the Bay creates a pretty moderate temperature all year - winters are not too cold (when everywhere else was freezing or below, Alameda was in the high 30s or low 40s) and summers are generally warm but not too hot - not 100 degrees, and few 90s. Good luck! ... more
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Sun Feb 17, 2013
Lee Ann Seitsinger answered:
I have worked with many out of town buyers and would love an opportunity to work with you. I can also provide references with those past clients.

Lee Ann Seitsinger
Tula Properties
Owner/ Broker
LeeAnn@tulaproperties.com
512-762-7969
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Dorene Clark answered:
Hi Tarak Pujara,
Thank you for your asking here.
I am Dorene Clark and over the last 20 years I have been serving the foreign people who would like to invest in Florida, USA.

I am introducing you with some of the most beautiful and popular areas of Florida where you can invest your money and can hope for a big profit. There are some beautiful, attractive and Profitable Real Estate Investment Opportunities in the Cities of Southwest Florida like; Naples, Fort Myers, Bonita Spring, Estero, etc. Below I put a quick overview of the Most Profitable Real Estate Market of Florida:
Fort Myers
Located in Lee County, Fort Myers is the gateway to Southwest Florida which is an exciting area due to its high tourist activity. Things are looking much better as property prices are working their way up. In fact, the average sales price for homes within Fort Myers during the month of May 2012 is at $120,000 which marks a 5.7 percent increase from the previous quarter. You can use your money to Invest in Fort Myers Real Estate.
Naples
The city of Naples is located in Southwest Florida directly across the state from Miami, bordered by the gentle waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and the mysterious. The city is known for world-class shopping, dining and abundant, challenging golf courses. The overall median closed price increased 14 percent from $175,000 at the end of November 2011 to $200,000 for the 12-month period ending November 2012.

Please provide me your phone number, I am calling you.

Dorene Clark
+13057074393
dorenec@comcast.net
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Jeff Tricoli answered:
Feel free to take a look at my website. It has homes search, community and school information all at your finger tips. www.HomeSearchPalmBeach.com.

thanks,

Jeffrey L. Tricoli
Keller Williams Realty
561-628-0299
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
Trudi Geniale answered:
If you want to enjoy your life to the fullest I would do as I did and move to Downtown San Diego. Its a
great area with a variety of price ranges and there is always something going on. You have grocery stores, a large mall the waterfront all within walking distance. I call it Mini Manhattan!

I moved here from Fort Lauderdale, grew up in New York City and I love living here.

Give me a call if that fits your criteria,

Trudi Geniale
Owner/Broker
Buycoastalrealtyllc.com
619-578-1100
Dre#01457852
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Dallas Texas answered:
Not many homes have hot tubs any longer HOWEVER yes that would be included in the sales price or rental amount

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
Multimillion Dollar Sales Producer
972-699-9111
http://www.lynn911.com

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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Mick Shaw answered:
Amanda,
Norfolk is a wonderful city! I see you are from Powell. My wife is from Fountain City and her sister still lives in Powell (Heiskell actually) and all her kids attended Powell HS. I am confident I can help you find a home and a neighborhood you will love...IN NORFOLK! I have lived in Norfolk all of my 52 years. Norfolk offers great home values in great neighborhoods that are close to the bases, parks, beaches, places of worship, great shopping, good schools and is centrally located to access all the best places Hampton Roads has to offer. Call or text me at 757-286-0800 or e-mail me at mick@mickshaw.com or search the entire MLS free with no registration required at www.MickShaw.com. Looking forward to hearing from you soon! ... more
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
Susan Murie answered:
Hi Murphy Law

East Arlington, which borders Cambridge and is an easy 15/20 minute bus ride to Harvard, is an excellent option for you as it meets all of your criteria. There will also be some good properties to consider in Cambridge. You will get more for your money in Arlington than Cambridge. Both Arlington and Cambridge are among the top markets in the country right now and you can't go wrong parking your investment dollars in either one.

We can discuss this further if you wish and go over the market and buying process in detail.

Susan Murie
Realtor, Certified Buyers Rep
ePlace, Cambridge
susan@eplacehomes.com
realtorsusanmurie.com
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Sun Feb 10, 2013
Ethan Besser answered:
Using a qualified real estate professional is your best bet!
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Wed Mar 6, 2013
Arthur Miller answered:
Good afternoon Layla,

The schools are some of the best in the state and cost of living is relatively cheap. Are you looking to buy in the next 6 months?

Warm regards,
Arthur
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Carlos Escamilla answered:
Blondy,


Wow I'm sorry to hear this! There is many people out there without experience at all.
What you need is someone experienced on their field. I mean there is so many options on Real Estate. ( sales, investments, luxury homes, gas station agents) there is so many options I couldn't believe it before.
There is people specialist on High rise building and others specialized on Rural, urban or commercial.
well this is an amazing industry.

But it is a little late for you. Unless you don't want the house any more.
This process is called a procuring clause. and the agent did his part. If you have an email, text message or a piece of paper that you present to him before submitting the offer with all your conditions then it is a win win situation if not, you will end up paying your agent commission.

Blondy, i'm not agree to follow Alexis advise and if you decided to do something like that please go and seek for a legal advise. (we are not attorney's)
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
David Tansey answered:
Simple: business friendly state and local government, no state income tax, and a booming petro-chemical industry.
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Tracy Hoyt answered:
1030MicMac,

I grew up in the area and just love it. It is correct that renting could keep you from buying a home you don't want keep but prices are beginning to climb again and you don't want to find yourself in a tight place later. Find an experienced Agent to show you the area and explain the current market conditions. Florida is a great place to live and home values have been pretty steady for awhile now.

I would love to answer any questions you have about the area, and I can certainly suggest some great Agents for you. If you choose to rent you should use an Agent to help guide you to the areas of Gainesville that fit your lifestyle. Please feel free to email me directly at THOYT@prutropical.com or check out my profile on Trulia and send me a message there.

Congratulations on the move. I am certain you will love it. No pressure sales, just help with your questions.

Respectfully,
Tracy Hoyt
Realtor
Prudential Tropical Realty
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Joseph Domino answered:
You need a search tool that allows you to specify the "year built" parameter in your searches. Generally in Tucson the newer homes will be in the outlying areas. If you are not familiar with the Tucson area, you should get some help.

I would recommend contacting a REALTOR in the Tucson area and ask them to set up a "portal" into their MLS system that has the specifications you are desiring. This will provide you the most accurate data.

I do not work the Tucson area, but if you contact me I will be happy to provide you with the names of some agents in Tucson.
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
Henry Pruitt answered:
Hello Sherry,
I am a cyclist myself and there is a lot is bicycling here road and off road. Kayaking is also very safe with several clubs and events going most of the year. If you are looking at moving here I will be happy to get you more information about these groups.

Henry
904.635.4861
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