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2875 Pennsylvania St, Melbourne FL 32904 – Local Florida Homes with four bedrooms

2875 Pennsylvania St, Melbourne, FL 32904

Property Details 7 Days on Trulia 237 views
Provided by: Hubzu Listing Agent: Hubzu
Melbourne FL 2875 Pennsylvania St REO Occupied – the seller does not represent or guarantee occupancy status. NO VIEWINGS of this property. Please DO NOT DISTURB the occupant. “As is” cash only sale with no contingencies or inspections. Buyer will be responsible for obtaining possession of the property upon closing. The property at 2875 Pennsylvania St, Melbourne, FL is a Residential Single Family property with 3 bedroom(s) and 3.0 bathroom(s), built in 1973 and is 3070 square feet. Live bidding is ACTIVE for this property, sold in “as is” condition with no contingencies or warranties. Cash only. Make your bid now! Write a personal note about this listing Listing Info for 2875 Pennsylvania St Information last updated on 05/06/2013 10:51 PM:
Price: $172,452 3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Single-Family Home
Status: For Sale Built in 1973 Rooms: 8 Neighborhood: National Police Home
Zip: 32904 3,070 sqft
Fees and Taxes Web Technology Fee: $299 School Info for 2875 Pennsylvania St
School Districts: Brevard County School District Schools: Brevard Christian School, Covenant Christian School, West Shore Junior Senior High School
Public Records for 2875 Pennsylvania St Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2012:
Single Family Residential 4 Bedrooms 2½ Bathrooms 3,397 sqft Lot Size: 0.85 acres Built In 1973 Stories: 1 story A/C: Central Heating: Central Parking: Garage Parking Spaces: 3 Exterior Walls: Wood Siding Roof: Asphalt 1 Unit Foundation: Slab Pool: Pool (yes) Subdivision: NATIONAL POLICE HOME FOUNDATION 1ST ADDN County: Brevard Tax Rate Code Area: 5300 Property Taxes for 2875 Pennsylvania St Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax 2012 Assessed $40,000 + $131,610 = $171,610 $3,041 Source: Public Records Price History for 2875 Pennsylvania St Alert Date Event Price Source Agents 03/14/2005 Sold view details $399,900 Public records Rate and Review You can rate the area around 2875 Pennsylvania St Rate this area: Rate it Rate these categories: Safety Rate it Pet-friendly Rate it Walkability Rate it Restaurants & Shopping Rate it Rate and Review Overall area rating: Excellent Top rated categories: Restaurants & Shopping Walkability Pet-friendly Safety Total ratings: 5 | View all ratings Last updated 12 hours ago Local Info 15/100 Comparables Schools Estimates Crimes Amenities Transit 1 for sale property, $214,900 average price 2 sold properties, $153,500 average price $215K $190K $130K $139K $180K $199K $150K $189K $190K $200K $211K $160K $150K $199K $210K $180K $175K $193K $209K $209K $137K $188K $160K $130K $192K $173K $170K $170K $199K $132K $175K $175K $161K $125K $125K $175K $185K $135K $186K $135K $145K $150K $146K $197K $152K $149K $159K $128K $162K $163K $123K $170K $130K $145K $148K $134K $140K $132K $123K Melbourne local info National Police Home local info Sold Homes near 2875 Pennsylvania St Address Distance Property Type Sold price Sold date Bed Bath Sqft 4420 Chicago Ave, Melbourne FL 0.06 mi Single-Family Home $132,000 10/31/12 3 2 1,710 3040 Ohio St, Melbourne FL 0.21 mi Single-Family Home $175,000 8/27/12 3 2 1,797 2263 Merlin Dr, West Melbourne FL 0.69 mi Single-Family Home $175,000 1/28/13 4 2 2,275 2163 Merlin Dr, West Melbourne FL 0.70 mi Single-Family Home $160,570 8/10/12 4 3 2,275 2585 Warren St, Melbourne FL 1.21 mi Single-Family Home $125,000 10/03/12 4 2 1,700 3585 Burdock Ave, West Melbourne FL 1.37 mi Single-Family Home $125,000 12/17/12 3 2 1,623 3455 Burdock Ave, West Melbourne FL 1.47 mi Single-Family Home $175,000 9/27/12 5 3 3,055 3270 Charon Ave, West Melbourne FL 1.49 mi Single-Family Home $184,900 8/23/12 3 2 1,874 638 Sheridan Woods Dr, West Melbourne FL 1.71 mi Single-Family Home $135,000 10/16/12 3 2 1,524 1282 Sorento Cir, West Melbourne FL 1.77 mi Single-Family Home $186,000 9/25/12 4 2½ 2,862

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18305 Lynbrook Rd Orlando FL 32820 – Beautifully kept home!Aprox 2.5 acres of mature oak trees,citrus,mango,avocado,passion fruit,pineapple.

  • 18305 Lynbrook Rd Orlando FL 32820

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 18305 Lynbrook Rd Orlando FL 32820 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 18305 Lynbrook Rd Orlando FL 32820. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 18305 Lynbrook Rd
    Orlando, FL 32820

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,280 sqft
    • Single-Family Home
Broker: Keller Williams Adv… Photos (1 of 17) Street View Map

Listing Details

2 Days on Trulia 31 views

Single Family Home – ORLANDO, FL

18305 Lynbrook Rd Beautifully kept home!Aprox 2.5 acres of mature oak trees,citrus,mango,avocado,passion fruit,pineapple. Completely fenced. Metal roof

Listing Info for 18305 Lynbrook Rd

Most recent information provided by Keller Williams Advantage II Realty on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $149,000
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: O5141379
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,280 sqft
  • Single-Family Home
  • Built In 1961
  • Lot Size: 2.37 acres
  • Zip: 32820
  • Roof: Metal
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 1
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Floors: Tile – Ceramic
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Dryer

Public Records for 18305 Lynbrook Rd

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Single Family Residential
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,280 sqft
  • Built In 1961
  • Stories: 1 story
  • A/C: Central
  • Heating: Forced air unit
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 1
  • Exterior Walls: Concrete
  • Roof: Steel
  • 1 Building
  • Fireplace
  • Subdivision: EAST ORLANDO ESTS SEC 1 UNREC
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-11

Property Taxes for 18305 Lynbrook Rd

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $37,000 + $44,901 = $81,901
2011 Assessed $37,000 + $44,901 = $81,901 $1,014
Source: Public Records

Price History for 18305 Lynbrook Rd

Date
Event
Price
Source
04/12/1996 Sold view details $18,000 Public records

6447 Redwood Oaks Dr Orlando, FL 32818 – short sale. bank already approved short sale at this price. faster closing!

  • 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr Orlando, FL 32818

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr Orlando, FL 32818 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr Orlando, FL 32818. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr
    Orlando, FL 32818

    (Pine Hills)

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,276 sqft
    • Single-Family Home
Broker: Longwood – Weichert… Photos (1 of 11) Street View Map

Listing Details

1 Day on Trulia 754 views
  • Provided by: Weichert.com
  • Broker: Longwood – Weichert, Realtors – Hallmark Properties
  • Listing Agent: Fredy Aucaquizhpi
6447 Redwood Oaks Dr short sale. bank already approved short sale at this price. faster closing! great home, well maintained, vaulted ceilings, ceramic tile throughtout. lovely home. close to shopping and bus line.

Listing Info for 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr

Most recent information provided by weichert.com on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $76,000
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: O5056103
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,276 sqft
  • Single-Family Home
  • Built In 2001
  • Zip: 32818
  • Neighborhood: Pine Hills

Public Records for 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Single Family Residential
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,276 sqft
  • Built In 2001
  • Stories: 1 story
  • A/C: Central
  • Heating: Forced air unit
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 1
  • Exterior Walls: Stucco
  • Roof: Composition Shingle
  • 1 Building
  • Subdivision: LIVE OAK PARK
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-65

Property Taxes for 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $9,900 + $49,393 = $59,293
2011 Assessed $9,900 + $49,393 = $59,293 $863
Source: Public Records

Price History for 6447 Redwood Oaks Dr

Date
Event
Price
Source
09/11/2001 Sold view details $95,900 Public records

14401 Okonis Ct Orlando, FL 32837 – Short Sale, enjoy the one of the best community located in Orlando

  • 14401 Okonis Ct Orlando, FL 32837

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 14401 Okonis Ct Orlando, FL 32837 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 14401 Okonis Ct Orlando, FL 32837. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 14401 Okonis Ct
    Orlando, FL 32837

    • 5 bed, 4 bath
    • 3,331 sqft
    • Single-Family Home
Broker: Luxury Realty, Inc. Photos (1 of 18) Street View Map

Listing Details

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Home for sale in ORLANDO, FL 345,000 USD

14401 Okonis Ct Short Sale, enjoy the one of the best community located in Orlando, location, location, location is the best part. Listing agent is a CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert) for a smoother short sale process. Listing price may not be sufficient to pay the total of all liens and cost of sale and sale of property at full listing price may require approval of seller’s lender’s , our Short Sale Policy we will only submit one contract to the lender and we’ll place the property pending in the MLS right away with the escrow money deposit. Listing price may not be sufficient to cover all encumbrances, closing cost, or…
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Listing Info for 14401 Okonis Ct

Most recent information provided by LUXURY REALTY, INC. via Point2 on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $345,000
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: S4708765
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 3,331 sqft
  • Single-Family Home
  • Built In 1994
  • Lot Size: 0.41 acres
  • Zip: 32837
  • Parking: GARAGE
Fees and Taxes
      HOA fee: $327
      HOA: $327

Public Records for 14401 Okonis Ct

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Single Family Residential
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3½ Bathrooms
  • 3,331 sqft
  • Built In 1994
  • Stories: 1 story
  • A/C: Central
  • Heating: Forced air unit
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 3
  • Exterior Walls: Stucco
  • Roof: Composition Shingle
  • 1 Unit
  • 1 Building
  • Fireplace
  • Pool: Pool (yes)
  • Subdivision: HUNTERS CREEK TR 210
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-10

Property Taxes for 14401 Okonis Ct

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $72,000 + $210,894 = $282,894
2011 Assessed $72,000 + $210,894 = $282,894 $4,603
Source: Public Records

Price History for 14401 Okonis Ct

Date
Event
Price
Source
04/25/2006 Sold view details $610,000 Public records
06/07/1999 Sold view details $285,000 Public records
01/03/1995 Sold view details $239,700 Public records

9253 Shepton St Orlando, FL 32825 – New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder

  • 11120 N 77th St Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 11120 N 77th St Scottsdale, AZ 85260 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 11120 N 77th St Scottsdale, AZ 85260. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 9253 Shepton St
    Orlando, FL 32825

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,743 sqft
    • Multi-Family Home
Photo Street View Map

Listing Details

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9253 Shepton St This New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder, is in the Somerset Chase community at 9253 SHEPTON STREET, Orlando, FL 32825. This Multi-Family Property has the Sabal Plan with 3.00 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, in a 2.00-Story Residence, an approximate Square Footage of 1743, a 2-Car Garage, with Interior Features that include: None Specified. This Home is priced at $184472.

Listing Info for 9253 Shepton St

Most recent information provided by newhomeindex.com on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $184,472
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: NHX2732135
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,743 sqft
  • Multi-Family Home
  • Built In 2013
  • Zip: 32825
  • Spec Home

Public Records for 9253 Shepton St

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Residential-Vacant Land
  • Subdivision: SOMERSET CHASE
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-11

Property Taxes for 9253 Shepton St

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $16,800 $16,800
2011 Assessed $16,800 $16,800 $356
Source: Public Records

11118 Laxton St Orlando, FL 32824 – Splendid 3 Bedroom home in South Orlando

  • 11118 Laxton St Orlando, FL 32824

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 11118 Laxton St Orlando, FL 32824 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 11118 Laxton St Orlando, FL 32824. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 11118 Laxton St
    Orlando, FL 32824

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,435 sqft
    • Single-Family Home
Broker: Karla Robinson Realty Photos (1 of 6) Street View Map

Listing Details

1 Day on Trulia
  • Provided by: Karlarealty.com
  • Broker: Karla Robinson Realty
  • Listing Agent: Karla Robinson

Splendid 3 Bedroom home in South Orlando!

11118 Laxton St Contact Karla today! 407 448 0857 or realtorteacher@gmail.com

Listing Info for 11118 Laxton St

Most recent information provided by karlarealty.com on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $139,900
  • Status: For Sale
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,435 sqft
  • Single-Family Home
  • Zip: 32824

Public Records for 11118 Laxton St

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Single Family Residential
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,435 sqft
  • Built In 2002
  • Stories: 1 story
  • A/C: Central
  • Heating: Forced air unit
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 2
  • Exterior Walls: Stucco
  • Roof: Composition Shingle
  • 1 Building
  • Subdivision: WETHERBEE LAKES SUB PH 2
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-10

Property Taxes for 11118 Laxton St

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $7,939 + $70,520 = $78,459
2011 Assessed $7,939 + $70,520 = $78,459 $1,067
Source: Public Records

Price History for 11118 Laxton St

Date
Event
Price
Source
05/20/2004 Sold view details $141,000 Public records
11/21/2002 Sold view details $126,500 Public records

9621 Old Marsh Ct Orlando, FL 32832 – well appointed, well maintained home on desirable cul de sac in the much sought after north shore golf community!

  • 9621 Old Marsh Ct Orlando, FL 32832

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 9621 Old Marsh Ct Orlando, FL 32832 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 9621 Old Marsh Ct Orlando, FL 32832. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 9621 Old Marsh Ct
    Orlando, FL 32832

    • 4 bed, 2 bath
    • 2,420 sqft
    • Single-Family Home
Broker: Fusilier Realty Group Photo Street View Map

Listing Details

1 Day on Trulia

Single Family Home – ORLANDO, FL

9621 Old Marsh Ct well appointed, well maintained home on desirable cul de sac in the much sought after north shore golf community! this home features a formal living and dining room, a split bedroom floor plan, open kitchen with eat in area and family room. french doors lead from the family room and the master bedroom to beautiful in ground pool with screened in patio overlooking conservation area! all room measurements and fees are the responsibility of buyer to confirm for accuracy!

Listing Info for 9621 Old Marsh Ct

Most recent information provided by Fusilier Realty Group on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $320,000
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: O5141612
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2,420 sqft
  • Single-Family Home
  • Built In 2002
  • Lot Size: 7,954 sqft
  • Zip: 32832
  • Roof: Composition Shingle
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 2
  • Pool
  • Deck
  • Patio
  • Porch
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Floors: Carpet
  • Floors: Tile – Ceramic
  • Dishwasher
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven
  • Dryer
  • Washer
  • Garbage Disposer

Public Records for 9621 Old Marsh Ct

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Single Family Residential
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2,420 sqft
  • Built In 2002
  • Stories: 1 story
  • A/C: Central
  • Heating: Forced air unit
  • Parking: Garage
  • Parking Spaces: 2
  • Exterior Walls: Stucco
  • Roof: Composition Shingle
  • 1 Building
  • Pool: Pool (yes)
  • Subdivision: NORTH SHORE AT LAKE HART PARCEL 3 PH 1
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-10

Property Taxes for 9621 Old Marsh Ct

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $33,000 + $168,914 = $201,914
2011 Assessed $33,000 + $168,914 = $201,914 $2,877
Source: Public Records

Price History for 9621 Old Marsh Ct

Date
Event
Price
Source
01/14/2003 Sold view details $247,600 Public records

9237 Shepton St Orlando, FL 32825 – This New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder

  • 9237 Shepton St Orlando, FL 32825

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 9237 Shepton St Orlando, FL 32825 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 9237 Shepton St Orlando, FL 32825 . It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 9237 Shepton St
    Orlando, FL 32825

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,743 sqft
    • Multi-Family Home
Photo Street View Map

Listing Details

1 Day on Trulia
9237 Shepton St This New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder, is in the Somerset Chase community at 9237 SHEPTON STREET, Orlando, FL 32825. This Multi-Family Property has the Sabal Plan with 3.00 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, in a 2.00-Story Residence, an approximate Square Footage of 1743, a 2-Car Garage, with Interior Features that include: None Specified. This Home is priced at $183217.

Listing Info for 9237 Shepton St

Most recent information provided by newhomeindex.com on 02/03/2013 10:09 PM:

  • Price: $183,217
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: NHX2732145
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,743 sqft
  • Multi-Family Home
  • Built In 2013
  • Zip: 32825
  • Spec Home

Public Records for 9237 Shepton St

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Residential-Vacant Land
  • Subdivision: SOMERSET CHASE
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-11

Property Taxes for 9237 Shepton St

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $16,800 $16,800
2011 Assessed $16,800 $16,800 $356
Source: Public Records

625 Glastonbury Dr Orlando, FL 32825 – This New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder, is in the Somerset Chase community

  • 625 Glastonbury Dr Orlando, FL 32825

  • Not having a mortgage loan preapproval before home hunting can be real estate SUICIDE! Before you look into 625 Glastonbury Dr Orlando, FL 32825 you NEED to have your financing lined up.

  • You have found the perfect home at 625 Glastonbury Dr Orlando, FL 32825. It’s just what you and your family have always wanted. It has a beautiful, spacious yard for the children, a lovely office away from the noise of the daily activities and a master bedroom with a killer walk-in closet. Wouldn’t it be best to know that you can afford this home before you fall in love?

    Get pre-approved as the first step in your home-buying process. If your credit isn’t strong enough, there are things you can do to repair it. Likewise if you aren’t earning enough, it is better to know that up front, rather than waste time and energy finding the perfect home, only to realize you can’t get it.

    Know what you can afford and make sure you are getting the best loan possible. There are many programs to choose from, so you will need to learn about your options.

    1. A pre-approval letter is more reliable than a pre-qualification letter. Getting a pre-qualification letter is easy. You just call a mortgage broker or lender, provide some basic financial information, then wait a few minutes for the letter to come through your fax machine. Getting a “pre-qual” from a Web site is just as easy. Enter some information, click “submit” and voilà. A pre-approval letter, on the other hand, involves verification of the information. Rather than taking your word on faith, the lender will ask for documentation to confirm your employment, the source of your down payment and other aspects of your financial circumstances. Granted, a pre-approval is more time-consuming (and possibly more stressful) than a pre-qualification The additional due diligence is exactly why the pre-approval carries more weight.

    2. You’ll know how much money you can qualify to borrow. Most home buyers have a rough idea of how much they would feel comfortable paying every month on their mortgage. However, there’s no quick-and-dirty way to translate that monthly payment into a specific maximum mortgage amount because other factors — down payment percentage, mortgage insurance, property taxes, adjustable interest rates and so on — are part of the calculation. And, you might not be qualified to borrow as much as you think you should be able to borrow, depending on your income, your debts and your credit history.

    3. You’ll have more leverage in negotiations with the seller. Sellers often prefer to negotiate with pre-approved buyers because the sellers know such buyers are financially qualified to obtain the financing they need to close the transaction. A pre-approval letter is an especially favorable point in a close multiple offer situation. And, you might feel more confident about making an offer with a pre-approval letter in hand and the knowledge that you’ll be able to obtain a mortgage.

    4. Your real estate agent will work harder on your behalf. A pre-approval letter signals to your real estate agent that you’re a well-qualified buyer who is serious about purchasing a home. The increased likelihood of a closed sale — and a commission — will naturally motivate your agent to devote more time and energy to you. In fact, some agents won’t even show property to buyers who don’t have a pre-approval letter.

    Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate AgentWith so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, “Why should we hire a real estate agent?” They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn’t buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don’t. So if you’ve wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

    1. Education & Experience

    “You don’t need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We’re all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.”

    “2. Agents are Buffers”

    “Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you’re a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder’s agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you’re a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.”

    “3. Neighborhood Knowledge”

    “Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.”

    “4. Price Guidance”

    “Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.”

    “5. Market Conditions Information”

    “Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.”

    “6. Professional Networking”

    “Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.”

    “7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality”

    “Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It’s part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer’s offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client’s case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests.”

    “8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork”

    “One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today’s purchase agreements run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness!”

    “9. Answer Questions After Closing”

    “Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don’t leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.”

    “10. Develop Relationships for Future Business”

    “The basis for an agent’s success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.”

  • 625 Glastonbury Dr
    Orlando, FL 32825

    • 3 bed, 2 bath
    • 1,743 sqft
    • Multi-Family Home
Photo Street View Map

Listing Details

1 Day on Trulia
625 Glastonbury Dr This New Home by the Ryland Homes-Orlando Builder, is in the Somerset Chase community at 625 GLASTONBURY DRIVE, Orlando, FL 32825. This Multi-Family Property has the Sabal Plan with 3.00 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, in a 2.00-Story Residence, an approximate Square Footage of 1743, a 2-Car Garage, with Interior Features that include: None Specified. This Home is priced at $182959.

Listing Info for 625 Glastonbury Dr

Most recent information provided by newhomeindex.com on 02/03/2013 10:08 PM:

  • Price: $182,959
  • Status: For Sale
  • MLS/Source ID: NHX2732142
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,743 sqft
  • Multi-Family Home
  • Built In 2013
  • Zip: 32825
  • Spec Home

Public Records for 625 Glastonbury Dr

Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 11/2011:

  • Residential-Vacant Land
  • Subdivision: SOMERSET CHASE
  • County: Orange
  • Tax Rate Code Area: U-11

Property Taxes for 625 Glastonbury Dr

Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2011 Market $16,800 $16,800
2011 Assessed $16,800 $16,800 $356
Source: Public Records