investment: Should I Buy & Rent My Naples or Bonita Springs Property? - 08/24/16 05:22 AM
Should I Buy & Rent My Naples or Bonita Springs Property? See all property www.buyfloridare.com
I have been asked this question countless times and the answer is always answered with a couple questions? Will you mind someone else using your property while you are not in town? Would want to furnish and rent seasonally or rent it annually unfurnished? Based upon those answers I can properly formulate my response. If my buyers does not see themselves using the property at all over the next one to five years I would suggest an annual rental, less to deal with and much less wear and tear … (0 comments)

investment: Bonita Springs, the place you get the most homes for sale for the money, enjoy! - 03/08/16 11:09 PM
Bonita Springs, the place to get the most home for the money, enjoy! Bonita Springs, the place to get the most home for the money, enjoy!
As a licensed real estate agent in Florida mainly serving southwest Florida to include Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Marco Island, Fort Myers and surrounding areas, I have the ability and privelige to see all of the best areas. As a former snowbirder for many years, all we new was Naples. Now as a full time resident who still loves Naples, my true infatuation is with Bonita Springs.
Why Bonita Springs?
1) You get the small town feel with … (3 comments)

investment: My basic steps to investing in property to resell or flip. - 03/08/16 10:53 PM
Basic steps to investing in property to resell or flip.
Whether you are a 1st time investor or a repeater typically the same rules should apply to make a good return on investment. Many would be investors who are not given proper guidance end up buying a property that they get buried in and either make little or no profit.
How do you avoid this you ask? You need to be working with a Realtor that understands the market, someone who is not in for a quick sale and disappears before it is time for the resale because they know how difficult it … (0 comments)

investment: How to choose a Realtor? - 03/08/16 10:48 PM
The 7 Reasons you should use to identify who will represent you in one of largest purchases you'll make in your lifetime?
1) Experience. Using an agent with 1-5 deals under their belt could cost you a deal or cause you to overpay for your purchase.
2) Knowledge. A good agent may be able to identify an issue with the home that may eliminate it from your list before wasting money on an inspection, not to mention getting excited about something that may not be meant to be.
3)Experience again. Consider this, if you had to have a major operation or medical procedure done, who would … (0 comments)

investment: How investor owners make their choices - 10/25/13 10:35 PM
American Home passes on stucco homes. Silver Bay Realty Trust avoids cedar siding.
Investment companies that buy homes out of foreclosure or other distress situations usually can’t get inside them to see what kind of shape they’re in. Nor do they have the time or manpower to do so.
Instead the firms use criteria and processes – some still evolving – to ensure a house is a decent bet to pay off in the long run.
For instance, water can get behind the stucco if it isn’t sealed properly, said Lee Budden, a broker with Keller Williams First Atlanta who has … (0 comments)

investment: Investors bought 14% of U.S. homes in Sept. - 10/24/13 09:57 PM
IRVINE, Calif. – Oct. 24, 2013 — RealtyTrac’s September 2013 U.S. Residential & Foreclosure Sales Report, which includes single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes, found homes sales up 2 percent from August and 14 percent compared to September 2012. It also found a preponderance of purchases by investors and all-cash sales.
 
The national median sales price of all residential properties — including both distressed and non-distressed — in September was $174,000, up 1 percent from a revised $172,000 median price in August and up 6 percent from a $164,500 median price year-to-year. Distressed sales combined accounted for 25 percent of all … (0 comments)

investment: Fla.'s housing market shows gains in Sept. - 10/21/13 05:23 AM
 More closed sales, higher median prices, increased pending sales and the continued stabilization of the homes-for-sale inventory resulted into a sunny outlook for Florida’s housing market in September, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors®.
“Throughout the year, we’ve seen Florida’s housing market strengthen, and that positive momentum continued in September,” says 2013 Florida Realtors President Dean Asher, broker-owner with Don Asher & Associates Inc. in Orlando. “Home values are rising, and many homeowners across the state see improving home equity. Those trends are helping to ease tight inventory levels in many areas as people who had been waiting … (0 comments)

investment: Considering Bonita Springs, Naples INVESTMENT property? - 10/10/13 10:50 PM
I AM BOB FORMAN LOCAL REALTOR WITH SAND CASTLE REALTY, INC.
A GOOD PERCENTAGE OF MY BUSINESS COMES FROM INVESTORS BUYING AND SELLING THROUGH ME. HOW WE DO IT IS WE SELECT A PROPERTY IN AN AREA THAT NEEDS MAJOR WORK AND ONCE WE HAVE AN ACCEPTED OFFER AND CLOSE WE HELP OUR INVESTORS WITH CONTRACTOR SELECTION, UPGRADE IDEAS AND MORE, MY WIFE IS AN INTERIOR DECORATOR. CONTACT ME NOW BOB FORMAN 239-322-7672 OR EMAIL ME AT BFORMAN@BUYFLORIDARE.COM. SEE ALL LISTINGS:http://buyfloridare.com/
JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF WHAT WE HAVE DONE.
9843 COSTA MESA LN paid 75,000 sold 128,000
27679 TENNESSEE ST … (0 comments)

 
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