4/3/2 plus den with door; CBS construction; Jack and Jill bathroom; Big guest bedrooms; Knock down ceilings; All appliances; Dual sinks in master bath; Also in master bath- garden tub and separate shower; Fenced backyard.
4/3/2 pool home; Sits on two large (together almost two thirds of an acre) lots: So many upgrades inside and out; Inside: Most of the home is tiled, beautiful plantation shutters on windows, vaulted ceilings in living areas and one bedroom. Kitchen features plenty of cabinets, wooden countertop, vintage tile included in backsplash, new stainless steel refrigerator, pantry with light, box window ; Custom made barn door adorns dining room. Living room/open office offers build in desk, faux wood tile. In master suite you will find tray ceilings, large his and hers walk in closet, dual sinks in master bath, roman tub, tiled shower. One of the secondary bathrooms doubles as cabana. Two guest bedrooms were combined to become large gym/bedroom, but seller will converts back if buyer asks; New paint inside and out, plant shelving throughout. New sliding doors with french door look lead to backyard which will become your oasis: Covered porch and opened patio overlook large, solar heated pool with fountain/waterfall, hot tub and large, private backyard. All two lots are fenced in together. Plenty of palm trees, some fruit trees, storage shed; Well water for irrigation, newer AC, hurricane shutters, garage door opener, gutters around the house. This is really LOVED beauty. Second lot is listed separately in public records ( 2331 SE Maniton).
I am absolutely not writing this article to tell buyers/sellers which one is better . I just want explain some things that may be confusing for buyers coming to florida from Northern states . In Connecticut, New York, etc you NEED attorney to close on home. I am not going to list all the services that attorney does, because of one simple reason: I don’t know. But I know that attorney will be the one to assist buyer and seller in executing “closing” documents:, making sure that buyer is getting property free and clear of liens, seller gets paid, etc.
In Florida that is not requirement. You can (as buyer or seller) have Title Company assist with closing of transaction. Those institutions are licensed. And will make sure that seller, buyer and everybody else involved in transaction comes out at the end with :home or fair compensation. They make sure that there is no liens on property, prepare deed, work with buyer’s lender ,etc.
There are definitely Real Estate Attorneys in Florida who can do exactly the same and as buyer or seller you are welcome to hire them. There will be (most of the time) difference in fee. Attorney’s services are a little bit more expensive usually. But you do- have additional protection. And if you are worried that transaction may get a little bit out of hand and complicated issues may arise, maybe attorney would be a better choice. Like I mentioned, this article just explains the difference between Florida and some other states as far as “closing companies’ are concerned.
3/2/2 home located on oversized lot just minutes from I-95. Upgraded and updated throughout: brand new cabinets and contertops in kitchen, new laminate flooring throughout, beautifully tiled master and guest bathrooms, new cabinets, fixtures. Upgraded light fixtures and ceiling fans. AC just few years old, hurricane shutters.
Outside: metal roof, fully fenced backyard, shed, beautiful landscaping.
Conversion of the family room was permitted, but it is not recorded on property appraiser web site. Permit was pulled and closed in 2001.
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The most important thing to remember is: keep your home clean. Nothing will make buyer “run for the hills” like overflowing garbage cans, moldy showers, dirty AC filters. This is easy advise to take. And you don’t have to have time or money to follow But if you want to take it to next step, there are few other ideas:
It’s important to stick to neutral tones on your walls. It does not mean WHITE. There are few colors that professional stagers love:
“Halo” from Benjamin Moore’s off white collection- very versatile
”Silver Fox” – it’s not really silver, but actually looks more like a gray-beige- warm and cozy.
“Eternity”- which is gray/blue, great for bedrooms, bathrooms and south facing rooms