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Old 04-15-2004, 07:12 PM
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Check the Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda area. Still reasonable waterfront places there. I guarantee you won't lose money on it.
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Not sure what I want to spend.. Need to sell my house ..and would finance the difference ..Id hope to live slightly inland with a big garage and borrow little or nothing ..Or find something on the water with a note ..
I dont care about the house ..in fact a fixer upper is more my style.. Its the boat access I realy care about ..Im not too fond of marinas ie: rack storage etc ..
Also I dont know much about the cruising areas down there .. We like to pull up on the beach and make marguaritas etc ..
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Contact Ragtop 409 on this board. He's been looking quite a while and may have some leads for you.
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By great deal i just meant alot cheaper then on the water. I think ive seen 150 advertised somewhere, but i never seriously looked.
Having your boat at your house is a great benefit.
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Old 04-15-2004, 08:16 PM
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Cuda is correct Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda, is great..
You will not only not lose any $'s there, you'll make A LOT!!! Also, Cape Coral/Ft. Myers is great. 4 years ago 92K on a canal 500 yards from the intercoastal, now 350K to "TEAR DOWN" for the property... No kidding. It's currently 75 degrees and still light and 8:14 pm...

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Heck, even inland property has gone crazy. If my house sells for what I think it will, I'll have a 100% ROI in seven years.
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Oh yea... And New "Hamster" has what 18 miles of shoreline...? Cape Coral alone has 400 miles of canals homes alone.

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PS: OHHH... And I use to live in Sandown (outside of Manchester) so I'm quite familiar with the NH factor.
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Ft Myers/Cape Coral is growing, but you can still find a pretty nice house on the water w/ River/Gulf Access for around 300-350k. depending on loc. The closer to the Gulf the more expensive. If someone is really interested, I may put mine on the market. 12 yr old, 3br 2 bath 1800sq ft. on almost an acre, Gulf access,new dock and 7000# lift
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Hey Dan... Hope all is well. Tell Allen and Lou Ann I said hi.
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