January 2011

Found 6 blog entries for January 2011.

Cape Coral Real Estate 101: Deciphering the Terms

Cape Coral real estate sales terms can be quite confusing to those who are not familiar with them. Conventional sales, short sales, and foreclosures all create varying buying conditions and have unique circumstances surrounding them. In order to get through the process unscathed, you’ll need to make sure you have a professional and qualified realtor working on your behalf. However, knowing a little bit about the different situations that could come up with your prospective Cape Coral property can help make the process a little less confusing. Here's some basic terminology to get you started in Real Estate 101.

Conventional Cape Coral Real Estate Sales

Conventional sales are those that are exactly what most

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Cape Coral Real Estate - What You Need to Know About Buying Foreclosures

Who hasn’t thought of what a wonderful buying opportunity foreclosure property could be? We all know a bargain when we see one, and getting a piece of that Cape Coral waterfront at half price or less of what someone else payed for it,  is certainly a bargain, or is it? The truth is that foreclosures sometimes really can be a steal of a deal. However, buying a foreclosure is a complex process and there are certain things savvy buyers should watch out for.

Foreclosure Basics

Foreclosures are simply Cape Coral Properties that are bank owned, usually because of a mortgage default. Having that said, it is important for potential investors to understand that foreclosures may come with

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Cape Coral Real Estate - Three Biggest Seller Mistakes

So you’ve decided to sell your Cape Coral real estate and you just know with every bone in your body that this is going to be a cinch. After all, you have a prime piece of Cape Coral waterfront property, a perfectly manicured lawn, and a beautiful pool. You take a couple of pictures, straighten up the coffee table, and place an ad on a "for sale by owner" site. The phone will surely start ringing any minute, right? As weeks turn into months without any interest, you may start to wonder if there is more to this real estate selling business than you originally thought.

The quick answer to that thought is yes, there absolutely is more to it! In fact, here are the three most common seller mistakes:

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What is Cape Coral Real Estate Curb Appeal and Why Do You Need it? If it's time to sell your Cape Coral property, take into consideration the curb appeal of your home. If you aren't even sure what curb appeal is all about, or why it's so important, read on...

Emotional vs. Practical

The purchase of a home is much more than a real estate investment in a solid structure that is well constructed and will last throughout the years. Although buyers are certainly concerned with the condition of the roof, the plumbing, and the overall soundness of the structure, we all know there is much more to a home purchase than those rather boring but necessary details.

For the most part, a home purchase is a very emotional decision. In order to command a higher

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Although it’s sad to say, realtors have a bit of a reputation as a necessary evil that many people dread having to work with. The thrill of finding the perfect Cape Coral property is often short lived when homebuyers remember that they are now going to have to enlist the aid of a realtor. We know you have apprehensions and that purchasing real estate is no small decision for you. That is why we strive not to be one of those realtors that come close to sending you to the asylum rather than to your new, beautiful Cape Coral home.


Your Choice and Our Expertise: The Perfect Partnership 

One of the biggest mistakes that realtors make is throwing their weight and expertise around. They somehow seem to think that they know better what you are looking for

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As a home buyer, this is one of the biggest decisions you'll make in your life. If you are a seasoned Real Estate Investor, this may be your third, or even your tenth home purchase, but the feeling never changes. You want this home to be perfect, and if you are like many individuals, you spend a great deal of time laboring over the pros and cons of a particular Cape Coral property. Unfortunately, if you don't learn "how to shop for a home" you could end up losing the house of your dreams while you are deciding if it's really right for you.

So, how do you keep from driving yourself crazy and make a solid decision? Glad you asked.

Reality Check and Your Pros & Con's List

Let me just say, that no home is going to be 100% perfect. I don't think that

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