This is one of those "did you know?" kind of posts...
There is a listing in this beautiful condo building. Everything is fine, but when you click on the parcel ID, the county property appraiser’s page opens with “No parcels were found including the following search criteria: Parcel ID #_________________”
By the way, the parcel ID looks fine, and absolutely real… I went to county Property Appraiser's page and checked all units, and no, I could not find this one. There is no record of this unit. This condo does not seem to exist... There are units under and above, but this one is not there. What is there now, a hole in the wall?
Weird. I am checking who the agent is, and there should not be a problem. He lives there and knows the property.
I know the property, too, and I know that this unit was there. What could have happened to it?
Is it a mistake?
No. The unit exists, and everything is fine with it.
The owner is a former Police officer and there is a law protecting law enforcement officers, so their record is not shown on the Property Appraiser’s site.
But the condo unit is there, and everything is OK with the condo.
Can I call it a Hidden Treasure? (LOL)
Image by European Southern Observatory via Flickr.com
P.S. I am a real estate broker in Daytona Beach Area, and you can check condo listings here