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Development Updates & Information About the Area

April 15, 2020

4 Benefits Of An Open Floor Plan You Haven’t Thought Of

If you’ve been living in a house with more division, it may be hard to imagine the benefits of living with wide open spaces but consider these benefits you may not have thought of before.

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March 31, 2020

Still Being able to view properties from Home During Social Distancing Covid-19

Here are some ways you can still be able to find your Dream Home from the comfort of your couch. Agents have many ways that they can still assist you in buying or selling while we all are unable to leave home.Talk to your agent about what other options they are using during this time to help their clients. I am sure they already have alternative methods in place to help with showings for your home, or to purchase or how to sign a document online.I know here at Re/Max Anchor our agents are ahead of the game.

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March 20, 2020

Simple Ways To Enhance Your Florida Home Lanai

In today’s post, we are sharing our favorite ways to enhance your lanai so that you can get the most out of your outdoor space

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March 13, 2020

How Buying A New Construction Condo In Port Charlotte Can Reduce Your Costs Of Living

In today’s article, you’re going to learn how buying a new construction condo in Port Charlotte can not only reduce your costs of living but improve your quality of life too!

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March 6, 2020

What exactly is a fixture in Real Estate?

One of the most common questions we real estate professionals hear is regarding the definition of a “fixture”. Although there are several deviations, the primary classification describes a fixture as an object attached to land (such as a property’s walls or trees) along with anything permanently resting on the land (such as plaster or nails).

The issue of what constitutes a ‘fixture’ in a home and what doesn’t has been the source of many conflicts in real estate. What the buyer might believe is a fixture and should come with the house might not be considered a fixture by the seller.

It’s important that both buyers and sellers are very clear on the things are considered to be fixtures and what aren’t in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises and disappointments.

Understanding the exact definition of a fixture is essential for determining land restrictions, tax liabilities, and other factors. This is where an agent comes in! If you’re confused over how fixtures affect the home buying or selling process, or if you would like more information, call or email us today.

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