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Does Size Really Matter?

October 10, 2018 Real Estate Reports

Big vs. Little Apparently, size really doesn’t matter anymore when selecting a Realtor and Real Estate Agency.  For many years, the larger (and franchised) offices have tried and mostly succeeded in convincing potential Buyers and Sellers that Bigger is Better when it comes to Real Estate.  They tried to sell you on the idea that […]

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Market Changes Since 2008 – Single Family Homes

August 20, 2018 Real Estate Reports

Lay of The Land Monroe County includes the islands of the Florida Keys and the Everglades.  Although 87% of the county’s land area is on the mainland, that region is part of the Everglades and is virtually uninhabited with only 60 people in total. Over 99% of the county’s population lives on the Florida Keys.  Key West is the County […]

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1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

June 29, 2018 Real Estate Reports

Sometimes the ever changing tax laws are hard to follow and keep up with.  We have singled out, what we think are the most important parts of the 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange program.  We also encourage every potential Buyer to seek the advice of their accountant for other important information regarding this program before submitting a […]

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Closing Costs – Buyer

May 18, 2018 Real Estate Reports

Typically, Buyer’s can expect to pay between 4-6% of the purchase price in closing fees assuming that the Buyer will be purchasing the home with a mortgage. If the Buyer will be paying cash for the property, the closing costs will be a bit less.  Listed below are some examples that a Buyer would be […]

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Newest Decorating Trends – Good or Bad?

March 7, 2018 Real Estate Reports

New decorating trends posted on-line look so beautiful and just perfect for that one space that needs a little update, however if you are planning to sell your home anytime in the near future, there are some trends out there that may hurt your sale.  I myself have been guilty of the most recent “gray” […]

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