October 2011

Found 3 blog entries for October 2011.

Bargains in Ft Lauderdale Waterfront Real Estate

Ft Lauderdale Waterfront home seekers not to many years ago would have been looked at with a nice shy little smile by most Fort Lauderdale Realtors if they came in looking for a Fort Lauderdale Waterfront home around $300,000. In our own polite way each Ft Lauderdale Realtor would have discussed, waterfront with numerous fixed bridges, and the many dry stack storage facilities that would have made a Fort Lauderdale Waterfront home less important to the buyer. At $300,000 most Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Homes buyers were simply priced out of the market. At that time, just about 5 years ago, a Ft Lauderdale Waterfront lot was in the $500,000 price range, in an average waterfront neighborhood. A tear down

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Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Season 

Fort Lauderdale Boat Show is just a few weeks away and for many this marks the end of slower summer business months in Fort Lauderdale Real Estate. However, this year there appears to be a media disconnect as many Fort Lauderdale Realtors will tell you they have stayed busy throughout the summer month in Fort Lauderdale Real Estate. From Fort Lauderdale Condominiums to Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Homes the numbers as we start of the real estate season appear to show that in many areas of the Fort Lauderdale Real Estate market the market is very stable.

Ft Lauderdale Waterfront Homes 

Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Homes are selling. In the last 30 days (September is normally the slowest month for Ft Lauderdale Real

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Bank of America Offers Incentive 

Bank of America has recently announced that they are offering some of their mortgage customers incentives ranging from $5000 to $20,000 to participate in a Bank of America short sale. In Fort Lauderdale Real Estate today many homeowners have been bombarded with offers, offering an entire change of deals to help them remedy their foreclosure situation in the Fort Lauderdale area. Many of the offers, including the one made by Bank of America raise more questions than answers, and are short on some important facts. Every bank such as Bank of America has many mortgage investors (these investors own your mortgage which the bank may be servicing) and need to be dealt with in any foreclosure solution. When it comes to a short

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