Month: September 2008

How To Choose the Right Home Builder For Your New Home

Not every person likes to buy an existing home when shopping for that dream spot on earth. For those who want to be the first one living in that new home, a home builder will pose the first obstacle in the home building project. In order to choose just the right home builder for your project, you will first need…

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The Diversity of Miami Real Estate

Miami, Florida, is one of the most eclectic and dynamic locations in the United States. This is due, in part, to the diverse ethnicities that can be found there. People from all over the Caribbean and the Americas have combined to create a truly unique, and culturally rich, area. This area is not only an amazing location for a vacation…

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The Nudist Homebuyer

When searching for options in real estate for the nudist, the home based community may be the last in a line of choices. Many communities shy away from a totally nude lifestyle for fear of placing children in an atmosphere that may be inappropriate for the youngest of residents. But, rest assured, there are real estate options out there for…

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Tampa Real Estate and Why You Should Buy In Tampa, FL

Tampa, a city in the southeastern part of Florida, is part of the urban municipal commonly called the ‘Tampa Bay Area’. Real Estate in Tampa Tampa is ranked as the largest seaport in the U.S.A. and consists of four counties namely Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Hernando County.  All types of housing units can be found in Tampa.  The cost of…

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Are Foreclosures Worth the Money?

Foreclosures often have this feel of dirt or ill-cared for homes. These homes are often and unfairly associated with those individuals who live in the darker corners of society. It is often felt that foreclosures are things that only criminals or the ill educated suffer from. This is not the case though, and with the recent numbers of predatory lending…

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Buying a Home in Florida

Florida borders Alabama in the northwest and Georgia in the northeast. It is a state with diverse weather changes including tropical and humid subtropical climates. Florida is the fourth most populated State in the US. When buying a home in Florida, one has to take into account many considerations such as the type of home one intends to purchase, the…

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Marketing Real Estate for Nudists

When people are looking for a new home the number of choices on the market can be almost overwhelming.  Advertisements for homes can be found in the newspaper, in realtor magazines, on billboards, on signs, and online.  Online exposure is perhaps the best way to advertise a home to a niche market such as the nudist or clothing optional community. …

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Real Estate Matchmaking – Finding the Perfect House

For most people, looking for a house to either buy or rent is a nerve-wracking experience. Finding the house that you have been dreaming about needs a careful step by step plan. The first step towards owning one’s own home is comparing the amount of money that one has to spend on the house with the kind of house that…

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Today is the Best Time to Invest in Rent to Own Properties

The global housing market has been slowing for quite some time. That is why the current times is deemed the best for investing in rent to own properties. Buyers are more than hesitant to enter the currently sluggish housing industry. They are almost always aiming to be sure about their investment moves. There are two types of home buyers who…

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Retirement Property Investment in on the Rise

Investments in retirement properties are truly on the rise. Through the years, the ageing population has been actively seeking real estate and assets to acquire. There are in fact, specially designated and designed retirement villages to serve as centers and hubs where retirees can actually make their own community. People inevitably and naturally age. Responsible employees and workers think of…

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St. Petersburg: Revival Beyond the Beach

LONG known as little more than a cheaper spring-break alternative and a retirement capital, St. Petersburg has idled for decades in obscurity, frequented mostly by half-hearted tourists rummaging through thrift stores or admiring its hushed, Jazz Age architecture. But, in recent years, the old beach resort has experienced a kind of cultural revival, spurred by new condos and the resuscitation…

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