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General Area in New Port Richey : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 10, 2009
Chris Suarez answered:
The Property Taxes depend on what neighborhood you are in. The mill rate looks like it is about 14.4348.
Univeristy: USF or PHCC?
Where people gather.. not sure?
Neighborhood w/ least about of crime....can look that up.

Do you already have financing in place? With any offer that you would like to make on a home, you will need a Pre-Approval. We can do that in about 30 min. Also, if you are a first time home buyer than you will be eligible to get back up to 10% or $8,000.00 from IRS.

On a home for $100K, you can have a payment as little as $700.00 +/- including property taxes and home owner insurance.

Let me know if I can help you out.

Chris Suarez
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Wed Nov 12, 2008
Gaile Waldhauser answered:
This house was built in 1997
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Wed Jun 18, 2008
Kevin answered:
Lisa, New Port Richey is an older community in what is known as West Pasco County. The major thoroughfare through town is HWY 19 of which every branches off of. It is not a Beach community but is not far from pretty touristy areas of Clearwater Florida, Tarpon Springs. I am 15 miles to the East of New Port Richey, and currently listing a property. East Pasco is more of a suburb community to Tampa while New Port Richey is a suburb to Pinellas County Municipalities. If you care to look at my property you can go to this link... ... more
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Wed Nov 12, 2008
Dave Mohren answered:
As with most questions, the answer depends. Your tax bill will be determined by a few things: The sales price of the home and the millage rate of that area (Generally 15.28 for New Port Richey). The millage rate is the amount of tax you pay for every $1000 of home value. So, if you buy a $100,000 home and the county values it at $80,000, your tax liabilty would be $1222.40. Of course Florida has a state Homestead exemption, so if you apply for that you will lower your liabilty by nearly $400! And finally, New Port Richey is a very beautiful location as are many areas of the Tampa Bay Market. Look at several area before making your decision. ... more
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Sun Aug 26, 2007
Pam Winterbauer answered:
It is going to depend on several factors: Time of year? is someone is home during the day? how cold or how warm you keep your home?

I would suggest you check with the local utility company to determing what their charge per kw. is during each season. ... more
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