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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Remax Interactive answered:
It's less than a mile to the beach. Within walking distance. Is there anything else I can help you with?
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Sun Mar 24, 2013
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi lajmb22,

Refer to your contract. It should state in the contract if you can still show and accept backup offers. I know in CA we can but it is stated in the contract/contingency.

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
www.RealtyBySR.com
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
The following link takes you to pet friendly rentals in Cape Canaveral:

http://www.brevardmls.com/brv/maildoc/3055546_1363177819-Mar-13-2013-8_30_19am.html

Please let me know if you need further information on any property.

Phil Rotondo, Realtor
ERA Showcase Properties and Investments
Cape Canaveral, Fl.
mailto:phil@321property.com
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
Please see the following link:

http://www.brevardmls.com/brv/maildoc/3055546_1363176583-Mar-13-2013-8_09_43am.html

Please let me know if you need further information.

Phil Rotondo, Realtor
ERA Showcase Properties and Investments
Cape Canaveral, Fl.
mailto:phil@321property.com
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
The rental season beachside in Brevard County is between December and April.
Please let me know if you need further information about the area.
ERA Showcase Properties and Investments
Cape Canaveral, Fl.
mailto:phil@321property.com
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
It could vary depending on the unit; and it could even be part of the insurance already in place for the complex.
Do you have a particular unit in mind??
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
If it's listed by a realtor, contact the realtor.
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Wed Nov 28, 2012
Andrea Simon answered:
Currently there is only 1 active foreclosure and 1 short sale under contract. The other 2 properties are regular sales. Many people who bought when the market was high have decided to either do a short sale or let it go to foreclosure. If you are considering selling your unit then give us a call and we will be happy to assist you with your sale. ... more
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Mon Mar 19, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Different states have different rules on this. Here in NC it does not have to be in writing until an offer is placed on a property. Some agents will require you to sign one before they lift a finger for you, I personally don't like them and never ask a buyer to sign one until we are ready to make an offer at which time the NC law says I have to get something in writing. If you have an agent that wants you to sign one I suggest only doing so with a one month or less term in it. You can always sign a new one each month. I read about people that sign one for 6 months or a year which is just ridiculous. Others will disagree with me - watch. ... more
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Sat Nov 23, 2013
Gail Doscher answered:
Dear Barry,

There are many lenders in our area who will be glad to work with you. We have an in house lender who is very easy to work with. Please contact me. I will give you the contact information.
Best wishes,
Gail Doscher
ERA Showcase Properties & Investments
321-223-6693
Gailrealtor@gmail.com
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Fri Nov 4, 2011
Roger Roberge answered:
You should contact a local Realtor to assist you with putting in an offer on a property.
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
There are different AUCTIONS, some are Private and some Public.
The Rules and Procedures can vary.
Some, you have to bring CASH or a Cashiers Check, and some give you 24 hours.

I would suggest that you go, get the sheet and find out how it works.
Maybe you could take your Realtor with you.

Good luck and may God bless
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
Mack McCoy answered:
You can "request" it, but I don't think you can press the matter if they have a written lease. At renewal time, yes. Before that, I don't think so.

However - if they're late on the rent, they're probably not going to have "key money" on hand.

All the best,
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Mon Mar 14, 2011
Phil Rotondo answered:
The program is about 6 percent of the total workforce; so it will have an adverse effect in the short term.
We will recover in the mid-to-long term.
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Wed Jul 13, 2011
Connie Trincali answered:
Hi Norm,

You can find that information at the Brevard County Property Appraiser website. It's easy to find if you google the name. If you would like me to email you a link to the record for the property, you can email me the address and I'll track down the information for you. I can be reached at Andy@ThinkAndy.com.

Sincerely,

Andy Barclay
RE/MAX Elite
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Fri Nov 5, 2010
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
It's often a price/distance equation.

For example, if the beachfront property is priced at $500,000 and a property 4 blocks away is priced at $495,000, then it'll be much more difficult to sell the one that's 4 blocks away. On the other hand, if the one 4 blocks away is priced at $395,000, it becomes somewhat easier.

It's also whether that house 4 blocks away gives you the feel of the beach. If you can see the beach, if you can hear the waves, if you can smell the salt water, then you have a lot of the value of a property on the beach. On the other hand, if all you can see are other buildings, with no view or sound of the beach, then the only value is that it's within 4 blocks of the beach. Yes, that's worth something especially if there's restricted access to the beach. But it's not nearly as valuable as the whole beach "feel."

And, obviously, if you're talking about walking to the beach, there's a direct convenience/value relationship. Because usually, you're not just walking to the beach. You're carrying a beach bag. A folding chair. Maybe even an umbrella. And all that gets pretty awkward at 3 or 4 blocks.

So, there isn't one answer. It depends on all those factors.

Hope that helps.
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Tue Oct 21, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
Usually a town house is a type of condominium. You can have detached, garden style which has a common enhtrance and hallway, townhouse style which is attached but you have an up and down and maybe a basement which you have your own entrances and a flat which also can be attached but is usually single story and has its own entrances.

With all styles of condominiums you will pay a condo fee, you will own land in common with the other units.

Some of the pluses are maintenance is taken care of like lawn care, exterior painting etc.. Some may have a clubhouse, pool, tennis courts etc.

The negatves is you can not just do what you want, you have to live within the rules set which can be a positive to keepo noise and unsigtly items from yards.

As far as styles townhouses are desired more over garden styles becuase you have your own door, you dont have to walk down a shared hallway.

You should first find out what price range you should be in through a free pre approval. Then reserach which communities you like, look at hoa fees and what they have for amenities . Know what types you like of dont like then look at those units to select what best suits you.

Good luck with your search
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