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Found 4 blog entries for July 2013.

Thinking about buying a Fort Lauderdale Beach area condominium in the $200,000 to $400,000 price range?  

One way to know what to expect is to look at the three most recent sales in the area that are similar to the Fort Lauderdale Condo you would like to purchase.  The concept is simply if these units sold for prices within the range you are looking and were on the market for what is considered a traditional time period in the Fort Lauderdalereal estate market, then it is fair to say these are good examples of what you can expect to find as you begin to search the Fort Lauderdale Condo Market.

In this article we are looking at two bedroom Fort Lauderale Beach area condos. These area condos are not directly on the sand but are in close proximity to…

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As a Fort Lauderdale Real estate agent who does a great deal of business at the Fort Lauderdale condominium directly across the street from this property, the Tides, we would like to congratulate the new owner of this property William McIntyre, of the Grateful Pallete.  The Shooters location has been a prime spot of Fort Lauderdale real estate for years, and one of the most pleasant spots for Fort Lauderdale Waterfront dining. The owners of units at the Tides at Bridgeside Square have long been supporters of this neighbor just across the street from their front door and now have much to look forward to.

Over the last year, post the filing of bankruptcy by Shooters, this prime piece of Fort Lauderdale Real Estate was subject to many rumors. The one that…

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As Fort Laudedale Realtors it has recently been brought to our attention that a mass mailing has gone out to Fort Lauderdale Real Estate owners, in both single family homes and condominiums that in our opinion is very much a scam. I am confident that this mailing reaches way beyond the South Florida area but did want to bring it to the attention of our readers who own property in Fort Lauderdale. 

The letter and envelope start off with things like “Official Court Document”, “Certified Record Retrieval”, and the call of urgency “ No other notice will be sent”, and of course the opportunity to purchase a certified copy of your deed for $50.00 plus postage. Most likely you received a certified copy of your deed along with your title policy a few weeks…

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I have asked Tim Ryan, owner/broker of Equity Realty, to shed some light on a web based approach to selling real estate.


Selling your home is not always an easy thing to do if you do not know the ropes of real estate marketing. Doing it the traditional way is not that effective anymore. The most viable way of selling properties nowadays is done thru internet wherein you will have wider reach thus providing you a lot of opportunities to sell your home. We all know that everything can be done online nowadays.

Now, you might want to know how others do it. Online advertising or web marketing is the answer. It is far more effective and efficient. Compared to conventional advertising, doing it online is far cheaper and creates options that are more…

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