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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Do The Banks Have All The Rights? answered:
Tue Mar 26, 2013
Dan Therrell answered:
As you can imagine, the oil spill situation is not contributing towards an increase in market demand for any Gulf area waterfront property. A variety of economic factors plus this environmental event have created an extreme buyer's market.

But one day it will be over. And no one has yet figured out how to manufacture more coastline. Now is the time to come on down here and pick out the beach place you have been wanting!
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Wed May 5, 2010
Emily Mitchell answered:
Several "Average Joes" purchased property at the auction. Unfortunately the auction was over a year ago so that opportunity is gone. Check out our website www.seamitchell.com and you can view our current listings in the building. We have two bedroom units listed for 400500, and 1 bedrooms listed for 142000. The one bedrooms don't have a balcony, but they rent really well and you can still enjoy all the amenities that Escapes has to offer. Let me know if I can help you further. ... more
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Wed Jun 24, 2009
Dave Edwards answered:
You would want to consider the condo's restrictions, covenants, rules, etc. Probably low maintanence.
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Stovall answered:
I have sold in Tradewinds and know the complex well. Live in Orange Beach and know the real estate market. Have 20+ years real estate experience.

Would love to help you find that great condo.

Sheryl Stovall
Prudential Nichols Realty
251-978-9112
sherylstovall@prudentialnichols.com
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Wed Sep 12, 2012
Cindy Nash answered:
Pre construction has really slowed due to the overall economy, and last years oil spill. I would say that the demand for pre construction is down. We have plenty of inventory on hand at some unbelievable prices! The beaches are almost back to normal, beautiful as ever. Great time to buy existing inventory! ... more
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Wed Jun 24, 2009
Myke Atwater answered:
You probably will loose your deposit--you have a contract. I would suggest you contact a real estate attorney to look at your contract, but the chances are pretty good that the builder crafted a pretty tight agreement that would prevent buyers from suffering "buyer's remorse". You have to decide as well if it is better to loose the deposit or close on a condo worth less than you are paying for it. ... more
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