I see houses with a price of $1,100 and $1,200 how is this possible

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answer by ADAM FERNANDEZ    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Those are definitely rental rates. The description should hopefully indicate that it is a rental.
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Homes with a price of $1,100 and $1,200 are rental properties.
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answer by Dylan Lamb    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Most likely this price is a mistake that represents the rental price.
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answer by Clarissa Ferrer    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello, those are generally rental properties.
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answer by Dylan Lamb    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Most likely the listed price indicates a rental.
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answer by Eve Proebster    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi Norberto, These prices are generally rentals.
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answer by Gustave Ross    |   Contact Me
Indeed, those are generally rental properties mislabeled for sale.
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answer by Blanky Marquez-Bradshaw    |   Contact Me
Hi Norberto, If you saw those prices for homes located in the Central Florida area, those prices are for rental properties. Please scroll down on the ads for complete information. Too good to be true. right?
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answer by Teri Ballou    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It could be one of these options: - It's an advertisement for a rental property - The homes are in a low cost of living area - The ad may only be referring to your mortgage principle amount and not factoring in taxes or insurance - You'll be making a large down payment. Monthly payments depend on the amount you want to borrow (LTV ratio). Use a mortgage calculator to give you a rough estimate and consult with your Lender
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answer by Claudia Tracey    |   Contact Me
In Palm City there are communities that have very low prices. The problem is they have high equity fees, non refundable applications fees and high maintenance charges. You can buy a beautiful home for under $5000, but pay out over $35000 before taxes and insurance just to live there.
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answer by Ellison Espinal    |   Contact Me
At that price point the homes must be for rent.
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answer by Elizabeth Shelby    |   Contact Me
Hi Norberto, Those will be rental prices.
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