Spring Lake (Brooksville, FL)
By Jeanne M. Gavish, Keller Williams Realty Elite Partners - CIPS,GRI,S
(Jeanne Gavish, Keller Williams Realty Elite Partners)
Why Are Banks Demolishing Foreclosed Homes?  I have had this topic brought to my attention by a couple people who know that I am a blogger, wondering what I thought of this phenomena.  I can only relate to it from a personal perspective. In Florida, even with an "As Is" short sale transaction, the seller is bound by Florida Law to disclose any known facts that are not readily observable that materially affect the value of a property. Lenders do not have this obligation.  They claim they have no knowledge.  This makes no sense to me, since any insurance claim results in a check made out to the owner and the lender.  So how can they not know? Nevertheless, the lenders make a disclaimer that they have "no knowledge" of any defects and make no warranties to the condition of the home.  In Fl...
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By Nicole "Nicky" Sensale, Florida Equestrian Properties
Nicole Sensale presents: BROOKSVILLE HORSE PROPERTY Gated House, Barn, Pool, Porch, Veranda, Horse Fencing, Private on 3 acres mol 35 min to Tampa, 45 to Ocala Spring Lake Area Spectacular 3 bedroom 2 bath Large expansive porch Gourmet Kitchen with Stainless appliances Huge family room with fireplace Large living room Formal dining room w/limestone floors and chandelier Barn, Feed Room, Extensive White 4 Rail Commercial Grade Horse Fencing 2 pastures And so much more!!!! I have others!!! ASKING:..............$399,000 FOR RENT $2,500 MONTH Nicole Sensale 352-397-9500 or NicoleSensale@aol.com      
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By Gary Schraut, CCIM, CRS, GRI
(Century 21 Alliance Realty)
Hernando County has just went through a very contentious land use hearing. The Hernando County Board of County Commissioners approved 1780 homes in an area that some feel should not proceed with planned growth and should continue to grow as it has in the past. The past development took place haphazardly with no off site improvements. Most newly created sites were 2.5, 5 and 10 acre tracts, mostly on dirt roads. Planning for Growth is just that, it is planning, new roads (paved) new schools and wise utilization of real estate. The very foundation of our society depends on the widely held ownership of land and it's wise utilization. Hickroy Hill does just that while still finding suitable ways to presevre land and vistas.One must realize that Florida is growing. In order for Florida to su...
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