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Tue Apr 17, 2012
Mike Sullivan answered:
First step would be to examine your lease...you may not have the option to sublease the apartment. I would also check with the landlord....what constitutes an acceptable tenant in your mind might not match up with what their opinion of an acceptable tenant would be.... ... more
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Thu Feb 9, 2012
Alexander Grethe answered:
Hello Wongivon;

There are quite a few areas tha I can recommend. The good investments that attract reliable renters might have fewer condos to choose from in this price range, but this simply means that I will have to look harder for you. It is also very important to keep an eye on the monthly HOA fees.

Call me any time if you have any questions at 407-929-9674.

Thank you.

Alexander
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Fri May 24, 2013
Tariq Iqbal answered:
Hello Kalpi,
please call me tomorrow anytime after 11:00am
Cell: (407) 668-5948
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Fri Dec 23, 2011
Bill Eckler answered:
Sara,

The two areas that come to mind immediately relative to a more metropolitan life style are Miami and Tampa. However, one would think, that your decision should take into account the program of studies that you wish to persue. It's commonly understood that not all universities offer every program and that the quality of program can vary greatly from one college to another. This should be a priority....

You may be able to find off campus housing options, in which other students are looking for roommates to share expenses, through university services or local advertising methods.

Hope this is helpful,

Bill
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Sun Nov 13, 2011
Michael Thomas answered:
Those are both nice areas, and there are many more in the Orlando area. Contact me for more info on your specific needs, and I am more than happy to assist.
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Wed Oct 9, 2013
Broker Dave answered:
Check out the back side of Disney around Windermere / Winter Garden areas, also Dr. Phillips and Lake Mary areas, this should get you started.

Hope this helps,

Dave Lowe, Broker / Owner
GRI, ePRO, REPM
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Fri May 24, 2013
Vincent Paige, P.A . answered:
Sadie,

Hope this message finds you well. It depends on the location in Lake Nona and the price point you are asking for the rental. The rental market is HOT right now, so rents are higher. What is your home purchasing budget?

Feel free to browse on my site. www.ThePremiumProperties.com

Highest and best regards,

Vincent Paige
REALTOR®| Century 21 Elite Home Finders
5401 S. Kirkman Rd., Ste 725 | Orlando, FL
Direct: 407.256.8190 | Fax: 407.264.8073

Visit www.ThePremiumProperties.com and find your dream home today!
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Sat Sep 10, 2011
Mark LeMenager answered:
How much did you want to spend? Is it cash or do you need a mortgage?
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Mon Nov 28, 2011
Idarousse Charif answered:
Hello Neil,
The areas all depends on what type of property you get. If you want to purchase a single family home, I suggest you look in the kissimmee, davenport, saint cloud, clermont area, There are people looking to rent long term in those areas plus you will be able to get a better deal on a house within your price range.

If you want to purchase a condo/townhouse you should look around the UCF area where you can rent them to students, and you might even be able to get a couple units with in your price range.

I have been able to help a few investors out, feel free to contact me with any questions.

Idarousse Charif
icharif@remax.net
407-479-8601
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Thu Aug 11, 2011
Christine Whelpley - Welcome Home! answered:
Hi Janeen!

I'd be happy to help you find a place - if you'd like, you can send me your information and preferences and we can get started!

Feel free to call/text me at 321-223-9773 or email me @ christinewhelpley@gmail.com!
Hope to hear from you!
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Sat May 14, 2011
Lisa Hill answered:
Hi Annie

The only other fee you might have is an association fee. They vary for each subdivision and some do not have one at all. Please feel free to give me a call so that we can discuss what you are looking for.

Lisa Hill,GRI
407-924-9393
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Mon Apr 18, 2011
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Sat Apr 16, 2011
Alma Kee answered:
If you're looking for "student" opinions you may want to go where "students" post. Most of the professionals on this site are either Realtors or Mortgage Brokers.

Good luck.
Alma
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Sun Aug 3, 2014
Broker Dave answered:
There are a mixture of older and newer communities within a drive time of 30 minutes or less. My wife Patty also an agent just located a family near UCF, we would like to help with your relocation.

Dave Lowe, Real Estate Broker
GRI, ePRO, Realtor

Family Values & Straight Forward Answers
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Fri May 26, 2017
Mark LeMenager answered:
Hi Adar,

Without question, you want to be anywhere that is a comfortable commuting distance to the new medical city at Lake Nona on Orlando's southeast corner (near the airport). $100,000 will get you a good townhome in this area, that will rent well. If you want a single family house, there will be some opportunities as well, but not a lot.

Let me know if you could use some help.

Good luck,
Mark LeMenager
Find your next house with the click of a mouse.
Search the MLS without obligation or registration from my website.
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Tue Jan 25, 2011
Leonardo Diaz answered:
Hi Janine.

What price range are they looking for ?
How soon will they need it ?

Leo Diaz
www.RentHousesInOrlando.com
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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Karen Levy answered:
Hi Nery!

I have a friend who lives there and he likes it because a great deal of the construction and shopping is newer.

Also, you are near the expressway with good access to orlando while retaining a suburb feel.

You are not too far from a couple of nice lake and recreation areas too.

Wherever you end up I hope it's a place you can create some great memories.
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Wed Jan 12, 2011
Charles Chorman answered:
Hi Ong,

Your property taxes will be about $17 per $1000 in Duval county. The cost to close should you finance here will be about 8-10% of the purchase price. Your agent can also negotiate these costs for you. Should you pay cash the cost will be much less. Please contact me so I can give you an estimate of the individual costs. I can be reached toll free at 877-331-3359 or email yourrealtor@att.net. Look forward to assisting you.

Regards
Charlie
Charlie Chorman - REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty
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Mon Apr 3, 2017
Condo Metropolis answered:
Condos, townhomes or single family homes?
Cash or do need a loan?
Long or short term rental?
Short or long term exit?

It's way too broad a question for a Realtor to be able to give a good answer too. My advice, find a good Realtor and hook up with them! ... more
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Fri Aug 6, 2010
Christopher Vaughan answered:
Hello,

You have some great questions. I will attempt to address them all as thoroughly as possible. The first thing you need to consider is that in this lending environment you will need to put 20% down. With that kind of downpayment, it is possible to go cashflow positive now. Not to mention you will write off all of the mortgage interest and property taxes, which is really equivalent to cash flow. I believe the Windermere area is the best place in Central Florida to find such properties. Families swarm to the area because it's a beautiful place and the schools are great. Plus it's 10-15 minutes from Disney.

There are many homes on the market for less than 50% of what the previous buyer paid. The communities that have been hit the hardest were those built during the peak years (05-06). Since there are so many owners underwater, there's a huge supply of short sales and foreclosures suppressing prices. I recommend single family homes. The problem I have with townhomes and condos is that the HOA dues keep going up (to make up for all of the people who stopped paying when they foreclosed). You can find a lawn service for $80/month which is much less expensive than some of the fees I've seen recently.

I think anyone with a 10 year plan will definitely be happy they bought Florida real estate now. Rates are at an all time low. With a 10 year plan you don't have to worry about timing the bottom. As long as you are cash-flow positive you are making a wise investment. Please email me your criteria at cvaughan34@gmail.com and I will find you some properties that will rent easily and cash flow for you.
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