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Old 04-15-2004, 06:17 PM
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Man winters up here in NH are getting longer and colder .. Been thinking about fla for a few years now ..
Id like to buy on the water , ocean access etc .. Or maybe just nearby and leave the boat in a marina.. We like bar hopping and hangin out off the beach ..Any suggestions on locations to look etc ..

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The Tampa Bay area if your green is long enough! Unfortunately, mine's not. I'm trying to buy a place on the water in Deland.
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Long enough ?? I lost ya there cuda
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Green is long enough= have enough money.
I like to say... any problem can be solved if you rub enough green salve onto it.
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Ok ya no my green is short ..
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Old 04-15-2004, 06:52 PM
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If you have short green, then you definitely need to look north, as in Tampa/ St Pete or further. East coast wise, you will need to stay north of Stuart.
I have been a realtor for 20 years in Fort Lauderdale, and a lot of people are moving out of here to those two areas.
Prices are less than half what they are in south florida for comparable properties.
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Anyplace good online to view listings.. Seems like most realtors want to put you on a list..
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I just moved down here from Cincy and all I can say is DO IT NOW! It has been great and I am loving every minuit. I would have to know what you are looking to spend as far as what area.
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Short green and south florida on the water dont mix well. I love Ft Lauderdale. Lots of condos available onthe water. Some new, some fixer upers. depends on what your lookin for and size. I keep my boat at a dry dock when im not there, no lifts allowed in my marina . You can get a great deal on a condo a few blocks from the water.
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You can get a great deal on a condo a few blocks from the water.
Really? what do you mean by a great deal?
I am not trying to be a smartass, I really want to know what your idea of a deal is. This way we can talk prices.
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