This unit is not waterfront but there is another available that is. Association fees are $4,270 yearly and 2012 taxes were $2,081. Contact me if you would like more information on the waterfront unit.
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I will look in the Escambia county records. You may contact me at email@example.com and I will provide you the information I find there. Have a great game day! Smile,S Sandy Hall VerCrouse Mainstreet Properties, Inc. 850-776-8728... more
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Hi! Fairfield Dr definitely can be a busy road at times. Really the only way to find out for yourself is to drive over there and check it out. I would happy to assist you with anything you need. If I am in the area I could even take some video for you so you could get a better idea. Let me know if I can help. Thanks Sarah... more
The Pensacola Bay Area is a wonderful environment for Adults and Children. That being said some areas offer more parks and activities for children and this is a good question. I would suggest you drive in this area and see if the amenities you are looking for are readily available to this complex and further check with the Pensacola and Escambia County Sheriff's Offices for other information along with the Escambia County School System as to the proximity to the schools.
Strong considerations would be traffic in, to and through the complex and your child's age(s). Fairfield Dr is a major connecting roadway in our Community.... more
Trulia gathers information provided by your agent and the local MLS. They also have access to tax records and recent sales information. So any incorrect information is coming from one of those sources not Trulia itself.... more
Hi Bill! I didn't see your comment until today, but the days on the market in general Pensacola is about 150 days right now. That takes all the areas and averages them out. That may not have been a specific-enough answer for you but I hope it helped a little. I hope you have a beautiful day!
There is no saying, but Real Estate has always been a cyclical commodity. Usually every 7 years there is a price adjustment. This current one has lasted the longest and has been the worst in 21 years, but the economy at large has been a contributing factor to its duration.
If you purchased in 2007 a home that you loved and that you wanted to live in for the next 20 or 30 years, then be asured it will eventually recover an surpass what you paid for it. If you bought with the intention on keeping it for 5 years and then moving on then start concidering a short-sale.
Like any investment in the stock market, you don't really incur a loss unless you sell when the market is low. Holding on is not a loss.
According to the Naples Board of Realtors, sales activity ( properties going under contract and closing) in Collier County has been increasing steadily in the past 6 months: especially those properties priced under $400,000. Lee County has been even more active, according to published reports in the Naples Daily News. Various sources quoted there agree that when the short sales and foreclosures which have been clouding the market move through the pipeline, buyers and their agents should be better able to decide if this is the time to get off the fence and make an investment. Purchase money is also becoming easier to find as the overall economy seems to be improving.... more
Get this property on the rental market NOW if you wish to rent this winter season assuming that this is a furnished vacation seasonal rental because people are selecting their rentals as we speak . Tic, toc, tic, toc. If it is an unfurnished rental home, the sooner the better to be on the market but not quite as urgent. Some folks will be retiring and looking for a nice rental while they look around for something to buy or perhaps waiting for their other home to sell. Florida rentals are popular but this year might be less exciting with very high gas prices and gas shortages hampering some of our Canadian and northern U S friends from visiting in the usual numbers. Good luck to you!... more
If you look at the normal climb of property prices, we are still on track. You really have to remove those two years of craziness when prices and demand far outweighed normal sensibilities. The Gulf Coast still has some really positive things happening, and people still want to move to Florida to enjoy the beaches and lifestyle and relatively inexpensive cost of living. People still get relocated for employment purposes, too, and interest rates are unbelievably low--It is our expectations that have gotten off track!... more