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A New Sheriff is in Key Colony Beach

May 25, 2011 News

On June 30th 2011 the city of Key Colony Beach will have a new police chief.  Chief Robert Pertrick will be retiring and officer Kris DiGiovanni will be taking over the proverbial “Hot Seat”.  Chief Petrick: Thank you for a job well done!!!!!  Kris has been with the city of Key Colony Beach as an officer […]

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The Dolphin Are Here – Fishing In The Keys

May 6, 2011 News

Have you, like everyone else been wondering when the Dolphin (Mahi Mahi) would finally arrive?  Ask no more, they are here.  The annual migration has begun and presently the fish are in 600 – 800 feet of water.  Obviously the depths of where the fish are changes daily with the meandering of the Gulfstream.  However, the […]

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Tax Time is Over – What’s Next?

April 20, 2011 News

Well paying our favorite uncle (Sam that is) ended this week.  Aren’t you happy that is over?  I am.  After these yearly exercises are over, many people need to get away.  This brings me to give you an update on vacation rentals.  Our firm manages over 60 waterfront vacation homes on behalf of owners all […]

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Has Mortage Lending Gotten Easier?

April 6, 2011 News

Has gettting loans gotten easier or still difficult?  Just yesterday I had a loan officer come in and we had a little chat?  I asked her, “Has the bankers gotten easier to work with……are they reasonable” ?  Her answer was, they are still very difficult to deal with.  I have seen this picture show before.  […]

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Qualifying Buyers Narrows The Inventory

March 30, 2011 Real Estate Reports

In some markets, David Fletcher writes on Inman news, there seems to be so much inventory that matching a buyer to a home seemsdaunting. Fletcher asks, “Is supply outpacing demand so much that it makes it harder to sell? If this is believed to be true, does it excuse us as professionals from developing our […]

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