Pros and Cons of Buying a Condo

Posted by Lee Anderson // May 6, 2020

buying a condo

Are you contemplating buying a house in an urban area? You should ask yourself if buying a condo is a better deal. The answer is that it depends. Condo living is not right for everyone, but can be a good solution. Here are some things to consider when making this decision. No Outside Work When […]

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Financial and Legal Questions to Ask Before Buying a Florida Condo

Posted by Lee Anderson // April 22, 2020

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Very few people understand the need to ask financial and legal questions about a condo complex. However, the answers to these questions can affect how much you pay in fees, as well as how easy it will be to get a mortgage. Here are the financial and legal questions to consider before buying a Florida […]

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Questions to Ask Before Buying a Florida Condo

Posted by Lee Anderson // April 8, 2020

Florida condo

There are four questions that every buyer ought to consider when they plan on purchasing a Florida condo. Most buyers, however, never think to ask them. Keep in mind that purchasing a Florida condo is more complicated than buying a house. Here are the questions to consider. 1. Can You Tell Me About the Condo […]

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Should a First Time Home Buyer Invest in a Condo?

Posted by Lee Anderson // March 25, 2020

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For a first time home buyer, buying a home involves making a lot of decisions, like the: Location Type of home Type of loan And more Since you have the freedom to choose what kind of home you want to buy, a condominium, or condo, might be a good fit for you. The condo market […]

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Expenses to Consider When Renting Out Your Second Florida Home

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 25, 2019

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Do you have a second Florida home that sits unused for portions of the year? If you do, you should consider renting it out. You could offer a long-term lease or short-term stays through sites like Airbnb. However, there are expenses that come with opening your property to renters. Experts say that many first-time landlords […]

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Investment Line of Credit: One Way to Finance Your Florida Getaway

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 18, 2019

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Over 720,000 home buyers purchased vacation properties in 2016, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). That same year, Florida had the largest stock of second homes with 15%, or 1.1 million, of all second homes. People have many reasons for buying vacation properties. Some want a place for the dual purpose of a […]

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Tips for Buying a Second Home in Florida

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 11, 2019

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How often do you travel to Florida? It might be cost-effective to purchase a home in the area if it is more than once a year. You would save money on accommodations. Plus, it would also give you an investment that you can rent out or sell later for a profit. It makes even more […]

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Buying a Winter Home in Florida: 5 Good Questions to Ask

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 4, 2019

buying a winter home

Many people consider buying a winter home in Florida to escape the cold winters further north. This is especially true for those who have retired or no longer have children in school. However, buying a winter home in Florida is not the right answer for everyone. To determine if buying a second home makes economic […]

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7 Christmas Home Staging Tips

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 27, 2019

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It is the time of year that is packed with holiday parties as you make room in the budget for gift-giving. For many people, this is not the season for real estate. However, any buyers that are looking during the holidays are serious about buying a house. You can make them want to spend the […]

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Making November a Prime Time to Sell Your Home

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 20, 2019

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November is here. Thanksgiving is looming, and Christmas is just weeks away. Many feel that this is the wrong time to sell a home. However, in recent years, more and more buyers begin looking in the fall. Nonetheless, it can be more challenging to sell your home in November, which is why you should always […]

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