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In today’s competitive real estate market, timing is everything. Many good homes and deals are sold before ever advertised. Beat other home buyers to the hottest new homes for sale in Cape Coral and Fort Myers with my New Listings Notification. Buying a home for Seasonal Rentals and Managing them is an added service I provide.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, let me guide you and earn your business. I can get your home sold, or find you the home you’ve been dreaming of. Either way, my goal is to make your experience comfortable, guided, fast, and efficient. I invite you to contact me as I’d be happy to assist you with this important transaction. In addition, if you have any general questions about buying or selling,  contact me as I’m more than willing to help.
Don Perroth 239-560-6781

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Your buyers’ nemesis: Student debt, high rent

Study: 53% of potential homebuyers with student loan debt say the debt is "somewhat" or "very much" an obstacle to them buying a home, up from 49% in 2014.
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In condos, what’s considered a ‘nuisance’ violation?

Legal QandA: What exactly does a condo doc's boilerplate nuisance provision cover? Also: What's a sober home, and what can HOAs do about one operating in their community?
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An Apple smart home? It may be the next trend

As iPhone sales slow, Apple is inching its way into the smart home market by teaming up with builders and connecting newly constructed houses to the Internet.
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5 common errors when buying short-sale homes

When a home is listed as a short sale, buyers often hear "great deal" but miss the part about potential problems, such as ex-owners who leave a mess.
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Fair Housing: Multifamily units must be accessible

HUD is going after a Washington State multifamily building that's not accessible to the disabled – a U.S. requirement for all apartments built after 1991.
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Supreme Court limits benefits when insurers go broke

A property-insurer-paid Fla. fund helps owners if their property insurer goes bankrupt, but a payout doesn't have to be as good as the benefits stated in a now-defunct policy; and the court ruled that a 2011 law can be applied retroactively.
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4 proposed constitutional amendments on ballot

Voters will consider Florida constitution changes on Nov. 8, with two of those proposals focused on property tax exemption rules for seniors and first responders.
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Flood insurance claims: What to do

FEMA recommends that homeowners with flood insurance and recent storm damage apply for help and "closely monitor the insurance claims process."
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Industrial real estate demand continues to surge

As online retail grows, warehouse space needs drive demand for big-box distribution centers, and the industrial market has tightened for 26 consecutive quarters.
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Overcrowded cities mix housing with business

The mixed-use design of small downtowns is being extended to city skyscrapers. As space tightens, residents and businesses learn to co-exist in the same building.
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