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March 2017

Found 8 blog entries for March 2017.

Congratulations to the Fondanarosa Family on the purchase of their first home in Oakland Park Florida. Kevin Reynolds, one of the Keyes Company and Dupree Team's most professional and top Realtor's assisted in the sale and received a 5 star Zillow Review from the Fondanarosa's.

312 NE 48 Ct. Oakland Park, Florida

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When looking to buy or sell, call The Dupree Team at 954-752-1986

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An inspection is a visual analysis of the accessible portions of the home and its component systems, such as plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural and cooling/heating systems.  An inspector’s report alerts the buyer to potentially expensive and annoying physical defects in the condition of the home. Based on the inspector’s findings and recommendations, the buyer may use the results as an opportunity to probe the seller’s willingness to cure defects. Further, often times buyers may elect to exit the deal for material defects, negotiate a promise from the seller to make needed repairs, or convince the seller to grant a compensatory price reduction. 

Although many buyers tend to hire a single inspector or inspection firm, the inspector may recommend

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We feel this “buying season” for homes is shaping up to be one of the best in years with buyers looking to take advantage of the still low interest rates and sellers expecting to get the highest prices for their homes as inventories are still low and home prices are still rising.  Look no further than Fannie Mae for substantiation of this confidence in housing.

Americans More Confident in Housing Than Ever Before

Americans are more confident about their housing prospects than ever before, with more believing now is “a good time” to buy or sell a home, according to the just-released Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index® (HPSI), which hit high point after high point in February.

“The latest post-election surge in optimism puts the HPSI at its

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The Case For Home Ownership 

Homeowners report considerable higher rates of satisfaction than renters with their housing. A variety of reasons include: 

Equity Build-Up. People believe in the investment wisdom of owning a home and accept mortgage payments as a benign forced savings plan. For most homeowners, housing prices move up more quickly in good times than they decline when the economy sours because homeowners shy away from selling property during recessions. 

  1.  Home ownership also means the right to control your domain. A lender can’t send homeowners packing unless they stop paying their mortgage loans. Landlords may force tenants out at the end of the lease. Owners can paint their walls with pink polka dots and install water beds and
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If you are in the process of purchasing a home, your first step is to inquire about your mortgage financing options. As you’re doing this, it is very important to be able to distinguish the difference between a Pre-Qualification and a Pre-Approval. Based on your current financial situation such as income, savings, credit, etc, the bank will be able to inform you how much of a house you can afford.  Obtaining the right mortgage is extremely important and that’s when an experienced Loan Officer comes in to play.

So what’s the difference between these two concepts? It’s simple; a Pre-qualification is a preliminary and informal estimate of how much money you’ll be able to borrow for the purchase.  This is done by verbally supplying the bank/lender with

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When deciding on a city to live in, each family has their own criteria for making their choice. Living in the City of Parkland offers residents many positive reasons for living in the city. Parkland is an official Tree City USA. It is a unique city that offers luxury gated communities as well as a luxury rural areas that features acre plus size lots and even allows horses. 

During the winter months when the weather is cooler, The City of Parkland features the annual Farmers Market from November to April twice a month on Sundays from 9 am to 1pm. This weekend you will be able to purchase items such as fresh and organic vegetables, beautiful flowers, delicious breads, pastries and other baked goods as well as a variety of gourmet foods such as jams,

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On March 1st, the School Board meeting was held at Plantation High School and had the initial approval of the Parkland Boundary change for the elementary schools. The plan approved assigns children that live north of Sawgrass Expressway, west of 441, south of Loxahatchee Rd. and east of University Drive will attend Riverglades Elementary beginning the school year of 2017 to 2018.  There is one more approval for this to go into effect and the next Hearing will be held on   March 22nd at 5:30 pm.

 

 

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Would you like to see where your tax dollars are going?  Join us at the ribbon cutting ceremony and tour for one of the two new Fire Stations in Coral Springs.  It is absolutely beautiful!

Coral Springs Firestation

#coral springs #coral springs real estate #fire station

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