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Marc Grossman | Watson Realty Corp | firstname.lastname@example.org | 407-463-1034 832 Rill Drive, Altamonte Springs, FLAwesome 4/2 Pool Home w/Renovated Baths For Sale By Owner/Realtor4 Bdrm Single Family Houseoffered at $282,500Year Built1979 Sq Footage1,644 Bedrooms4 Bathrooms2 full, 0 partial Floor...
Marc Grossman | Watson Realty Corp | email this seller | 407-463-1034 651 Airmont Avenue, Altamonte Springs, FL3/2 w/Renovated Kitchen3 Bdrm Single Family Houseoffered at $248,500Year Built1981 Sq Footage1,545 Bedrooms3 Bathrooms2 full, 0 partial Floors1 Parking2 Car garage Lot SizeUnspecified HO...
In 1992 in Florida, a property tax break measure entitled, "Save Our Homes," was passed. What this does is take the Tax Assessed Value of your home at the time of purchase and limit this from being increased more than 3% per year for the current owner until the home is sold. The intention of this...
The following is an interesting article entitled, "Housing Counsel: Deducting Interest When You Are Not on Title," written by Benny L. Kass & published on Realty Times. I did not know that it was possible to deduct the interest on your taxes if you were not on the title. But read the follow case ...
That was one of the font page headlines in the, 10/21/6, Orlando Sentinel (http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/state/orl-homes2106oct21,0,349657.story?coll=orl-home-headlines). (Yes, I know that this was a couple of months ago, but this still holds true.) While this may be so, as reported ...
Pricing your property to sell involves more than just comparing it with other houses that have recently sold. The uniqueness of each property and its own values are based on location, condition, financing, amenities and other market factors.Advertising can be very expensive, especially if you con...
Last year, 13% of all homes sold went the For Sale By Owner (FSBO) route, according to the National Association of Realtor's 2005 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers (www.realtor.org/Research.nsf/files/2005HBSonlineHighlights.pdf/$FILE/2005HBSonlineHighlights.pdf) That figure will show a drastic d...
I don't think so, but a dear friend of mine who is also a realtor heard this from her client. I, myself, also heard someone say that they will not buy in this market because they expect prices to drop $25-35K. This is absolutely ridiculous!! But, unfortunately, people believe this because of what...
OK, So this post has nothing whatsoever to do with Real Estate. I just don't understand where the heck people are coming from. In this case, I'm referring to that little lever on the left side of our steering column - you know the blinker, the turn signal. There are more vehicles on the road ever...
For quite a while I've been professing that to properly market someone's home, we need to show Price & Value. With so much available inventory, you need to be able to stand out in the crowd, otherwise you can be easily overlooked. I still see listings that are wholly overpriced. These people are ...