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East Vail : Vail East Lodging 5

$259,000 (Previous Price: $284,000) 
2 Bedroom, 1.0 bath, 688 sq ft.
Condominium
MLS #: V323038


East Vail : Vail Racquet Club Condos 19

$225,000 (Previous Price: $250,000) 
1 Bedroom, 2.0 bath, 567 sq ft.
Condominium
MLS #: V323124


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2925 Carriage Row Lane – 122 122, Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29577
Price: $69,900
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.00
Partial Baths: 1
Great opportunity to own home in Myrtle Beach. Either private residence, investment property or for those that want a second home close to where the action is in Myrtle Beach. Th View Details
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Listing courtesy of Beth Ross of Carolina Pines Realty
MLS Number: M5823598
Price: $49,000
City: BRADENTON
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
MLS Number: U7530712
Price: $50,900
City: BRADENTON
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
MLS Number: U7530779
Price: $67,900
City: BRADENTON
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
MLS Number: D5785230
Price: $89,999
City: SARASOTA
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
MLS Number: R4597562
Price: $99,950
City: SARASOTA
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
MLS Number: A3951721
Price: $105,000
City: SARASOTA
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
MLS Number: M5825311
Price: $124,900
City: BRADENTON
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
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3762 CITATION WAY 1028, Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29577
Price: $85,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.00
VERY SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH CONDO OVERLOOKING SMALL LAKE CENTRALLY LOCATED INMYRTLE BEACH AND VERY CLOSED TO THE OCEAN ANDBROADWAY AT THE BEACH. THIS UNIT HAS VERY NICE View Details
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Listing courtesy of Mike Thompson of Century 21 Hawkeye Realty
401 Tree Top Court C, Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29588
Price: $44,800
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.00
For additional information about this property, please fill out the Request More Information form. View Details
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Listing courtesy of Donald Alexander of Century 21 Coastal Lifestyles
6850 KING ARTHUR DR 103, Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29588
Price: $55,000
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.00
THIS IS A FIRST FLOOR TWO BEDROOM CONDO IN A GATED GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY WITH LOTS OF AMENITIES INCLUDING POOL, TENNIS, GOLF AND CLUBHOUSE. THERE IS A SCREENED PORCH OVERLOOKING A View Details
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Listing courtesy of Mike Thompson of Century 21 Hawkeye Realty
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1619 BUTTERNUT LN, Sevierville, TN 37876 List Price: $94,500
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2160 sq. ft.
Single-Family Residence     View the property flyer. 

Monday Real Estate Deal: Myrtle Beach South Carolina

2480 Wild Rose,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29579
Price: $69,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.00
Great property located right behind Tanger Outlets off 501. HUGE sunroom on the back, with beautifully manicured yard. Privacy fence and starage shed included View Details
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Listing courtesy of Jason Morris of Exit Realty Elite Main

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Ohio’s Unemployement Rate Update May 2010 just released

Cincinnati Homes for Sale (Daily activity report-Weekend Review)

New Listings 228  
Back on Market 43  
Price Increases 6  
Price Reductions 211  
Pendings 200  
Solds 120  
Expireds 30  
Inactives 40  

The last weekend of the tax credit produced a high water mark for pending activity since we started reporting these numbers last summer. 200 pendings over the weekend shattered the previous high mark by over 20 homes, 181 in October 09.

The Home Finder Network was successful in helping dozens of buyers and sellers come together during the tax credit period. We have expanding our database and are in the process of working several other project. We want to extend our gratitude to all that have been apart of our business during the past 12 months and we look forward to helping families for years to come.

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Published in: on April 7, 2010 at 09:52  Leave a Comment  
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3 Feet from Gold

          

        My inspiration to become a real estate developer started while constructing a research project in college. The project was designed to build a company with nothing. During months of prep, I came across an article online about a local developer that went from nothing to top of the food chain. His name is David Imboden, DCI properties and the developer of several upscale condos and townhouses in the East End of Cincinnati.

His story was fascinating to read and awe-inspiring to understand drive, vision, and persistance. I have since created a vision of my own built with the same drive, passion, and persistance that Mr. Imboden used to create his success. During the research project I  continued to uncover his story, how he acquired the property, a day by day log of his progress , an understanding for his critics and sympathizers of how he was removing history to create the future. House by house, option by option, Mr. Imboden cut, tore, dug, poured, hammered, and marketed his way to create Riverside Drive as we see it now in 2010.

His story didn’t stop on the Ohio side, he gathered options on river front property on the Kentucky side as well, developing what we know today as Manhattan Harbor in Dayton, Kentucky. He then continued gathering options on the old Highlands School building and 9 additional acres on Riverside Dr, both of which had future development plans. Over the course of 10-12 years the East End along with parts of the Kentucky riverfront altered from vacant rundown structures, tall weeds and garbage sprawled along the banks, to plush beautiful waterfront condos, townhouses and landscapes. Many of the passersby of the area today take sweet eye candy notes to the alterations of what was the small communities of Fulton and Pendleton; both were big thriving communities located exactly where DCI has developed. During the early to mid 1800’s these riverfront towns were the backbone to constructing fleets of riverboats, steamships, paddle boats and all other water going vessels of the era. DCI’s master plan was taking full effect, molding our riverfront, shaping our views and creating a pleasure piece for the areas residents.

However, today has created perhaps more of burden to some, then for the actual people who financially support its creation. In the reading of “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, he speaks of story about a gold digger from the 1800’s who stopped digging in a mine near the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. He stopped digging after years and years of back-breaking work with only small portions of gold and abandoned the mine. The mine was then re dug by another many years later, who after only 3 feet further struck it rich! The story as true as it is, left me with thoughts of never stopping in my continued drive to become an inspiring real estate developer. Especially today, after discovering that DCI has put up for sale 9 acres of riverfront property and a several thousand square ft school along Riverside Dr in the East End both of which still honor the signs that read “DCI Properties Future Development”.

Published in: on March 27, 2010 at 12:52  Leave a Comment  
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Market Update- Interest Rates

Uncertainty is never a good thing for the financial markets… –  Government wanting to tax and limit the size and investment activities of big banks-  Representatives wanting to end FNMA and Freddie Mac-  Chairman of the Federal Reserve still not confirmed On a typical day the mortgage market would have rallied with such a big stock market sell off,  however the 10 year note was unchanged for the day! 30 year fixed rates continue to stay right at or below 5.0% Mortgage market has stayed relatively steady even though stock market has had a rocky beginning to the new year. No matter how you look at the stock market or listen to the negative comments in the news…there has never been a better time to purchase Real Estate! Have a great weekend.

Further Reasons Why to Buy a home NOW!

 

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Now and Not Later….
 
 
1.   The $8000 or $6500 tax credit available to buyers
2.   Rates will rise at some point in the near future…so first 4 months of the year could be the most ideal time to purchase
3.   FHA proposing to raise upfront mortgage insurance premiums from 1.75% to 2.25% in the very near future
4.   FHA proposing to reduce the amount of seller paid contributions from 6% to 3% (in high cost states this could increase out of pocket to buyers)
5.   Potential further credit tightening by FHA
 
Great time to buy!

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