About: I finally perused my Real Estate License in 2014, when I realized my obsession of the real estate market could be a career. As an agent, it's important to me NOT to be a sales person, but a facilitator who helps people through the complicated process of buying and selling real estate. As full-servic...
About: I finally perused my Real Estate License in 2014, when I realized my obsession of the real estate market could be a career. As an agent, it's important to me NOT to be a sales person, but a facilitator who helps people through the complicated process of buying and selling real estate. As full-service agent, I work with buyers, sellers and investors in real estate transactions spanning all price ranges and property types. As your agent, it's my duty to make your real estate dreams become a reality.
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"Elizabeth was excellent in learning what my preferred location house needs were. She diligently sought out what I needed and found it! By the time we closed we already had $30,000.00 of equity! Great job Elizabeth!" - Anonymous Trinity, FLElizabeth McBee"Thank you Elizabeth for being such a wonderful and polite agent. You were critical in a situation that was very hard for my husband and me. We can't thank you enough for everything you did to make the closing a huge success!" - Jill Williamson, Brandon, FLElizabeth McBee"Elizabeth McBee is a great real estate agent and better yet she is our friend now!!! - She is a great communicator of the process and very patient throughout the process!!! - Concerned more about our happiness then the money she is going to make off the deal! She is our only agent from this point on!!! - John Billett, Tampa, FLElizabeth McBee
Answers (3)Displaying: 3 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Nov 13, 2017General "fee" for monthly rentals is going to be higher than your usual "rental" fee - At least 10% up to 25% - plus keep in mind you will have to pay additional "taxes" on what would be considered a "vacation rental" - Not sure where you are - but in Florida this is a common thing that is done - and the info is "in general" to that location.Answered: Apr 13, 2017If you look at the Florida Realtors/ Florida Bar AS IS contract - IF that is the one you used - Section 8 in Financing discloses what the BUYER's obligations are when obtaining financing. Additionally in Section 15 explains the Default and Dispute Resolution outlined for you as the buyer and for the sellers. Your best bet is to speak to a Real Estate Attorney to explain the contract in full and discuss how things came about. It always good to have a good agent on your side, who can explain every part of the contract to you during the purchasing process, so you are aware of everything you are responsible for.Answered: Apr 12, 2017Jeffrey has it correct, but I would speak to a divorce attorney.
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