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Sat Apr 30, 2011
Fred Glick answered:
TIC means Tenants in Common. They are not very prevelant.

As for the listings, you have to contact Trulia directly, not through this Q and A area.
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Thu Feb 12, 2009
Great9126 answered:
Now,In every country there are sellers and buyers are there.As like the bank appoint some of the persons like this for developing their business.

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Mon Nov 5, 2012
John Bickel answered:
Several people have asked how to get to North Captiva Island (also know as Upper Captiva Island).

North Captiva is one of the chain of barrier islands off the SW Florida coast near Fort Myers. It lies just north of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, separated from Captiva Island by Redfish Pass.

It is only accessible by boat or private aircraft.

Island property owners, some who live there year-round, have several choices for access. Some have their own boats, usually coming from one of the marinas on Pine Island. For example, the boat shown in the property listing at:

http://www.trulia.com/property/1069264315-370-Townhouse-Ln-64-Captiva-FL-33924

is dry-stored at Four Winds Marina, on the northern end of Pine Island, at Bokeelia. See their webcam and other details here:

http://www.fourwindsmarina.com/webcam.htm

It's about a 20 - 25 minute run through Pine Island Sound, one of the largest concentrations of Dolphins in the western hemisphere, as well as plenty of fishing grounds, from Four Winds Marina to Safety Harbor on North Captiva. Bear right at mile marker 52 on the Intercoastal Waterway and head for the sland. Stay close to the "fish house" at the harbor entrance, and follow the day beacons past the Barnacle Phil's restaurant docks to the Safety Harbor Club "T-dock."

Many full and part-time island residents who don't own boats use the regularly scheduled "Island Girl Ferry Service" coming from Pineland Marina, also on Pine Island.

http://www.islandgirlcharters.org/

Phone 239-633-8142 for reservations, runs every 2 hours, leaving Pineland Marina, Pine Island (239-283-3593 for directions to the marina).

The ferry makes regular stops at the Safety Harbor Club dock, the only full-service planned community on the island.

The grass airstrip is in regular use by residents, mostly Cessnas, but is private and only available to paid members. Do not attempt to use the strip without prior permission!

For any further details, please contact John Bickel at jb@johnbickel.com.
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