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Tue Jan 10, 2017
Alma Kee answered:
Ask your Realtor for a copy of the Homeowners Association governing documents, or if you're not already working with a Realtor, I can send you a copy.

It specifically states that no trade, profession or business of any kind....

Also any vehicles or equipment MUST be enclosed in a garage--even if you wanted to park them behind a fence in the backyard! Sounds a bit restrictive and probably would not be a good fit for your business.

I will be listing a beautifully immaculate and upgraded home in Lutz today that does not have a Homeowners association, it's on an acre lot, has 3 car garage, 4 bd 2 baths, large swimming pool with pavered deck, new roof, new a/c, new gourmet kitchen with granite counters, hardwood floors throughout, updated bathrooms with granite and deluxe high end finishes.

Give me a call or send me an email if you're considering Lutz in your search and I'll send you photos and complete details.

All the best,
Alma

Alma Kee 813.244.9898
Alma@SoldOnTampa.com
www.SoldOnTampa.com
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Thu Nov 1, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
I would recommend contacting them directly:

4927 Sapphire Sound Drive Wimauma, FL 33598
(813) 634-8100

Hope this helps,
Ali, Community Manager
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Tue May 18, 2010
Alma Kee answered:
The property taxes are actually lower than many areas of Tampa Bay that also pay extra Community Development District (CDD) Taxes!

The amount of property tax the current owner is paying may be significantly less than you will pay. When a property is sold the assessed value is increased to "market value". So a long term owner that has a homestead exemption and a lower assessed value will show a lower property tax. You will not get the same discount.

Your Realtor can help advise you on your estimated property tax prior to making an offer.

Hope this helps.
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Fri Jun 22, 2012
Real Estate SINY answered:
Dear Bigitaly,

It is never too late to buy a home, it is never too late for anything. Plus 46 is the new 66, is it not? Lol :)
Anyhow, if you have a good downpayment and you qualifyand a bank is willing to give you a mortgage then I don't see why not. Good Luck, I hope you go for it. ... more
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Thu Dec 31, 2009
Linda Reynolds answered:
It has to do with them going into short sales and foreclosures. Most were bought when everyone was going with adjustable rate mortgages. They are unable to refinance since the home is now worth less than they owe. Once their interest rate starts going up the home quickly cannot be afforded anymore.

If you would like to see what is available for sale in this neighborhood or any area, feel free to visit our Wimauma Real Estate site by clicking on the link below.

Thanks,
Linda Reynolds
Reynolds Realty of Manatee
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