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Natalia was, in addition to being very professional and easy to work with, very energetic and totally dedicated to helping us find the kind of property that we had indicated we were looking for. It seemed like we were her only clients, but I know that she was very busy helping many others as well. Natalia helped us understand the options and locations where we would most likely find a property in our price range. Frequently, she did this by tirelessly showing us a variety of properties in and around where we thought that we would like to live and what we felt we wanted to pay. Perhaps more important than her initial help, Natalia has always been there when we have called over the years with questions. She continues to provide her time and expertise for which we are sincerely grateful. We highly recommend Natalia Arias and will return to her if we are again in the market for another property. Bought a home in 2007.
I have worked with Natalia Arias of Blue One Realty since past 5 years in listing my home and finding a tenant as well as managing my home. Not only Natalia but her staff is super efficient and professional. They are taking care of every tiny detail regaring managing my home - from calling handy man to fix stuff to help me with issues with HOA. Even though Natalia is busy with other clients showing and renting properties, we have always received undivided attention. The best trait that I found in Natalia is that she will treat your home as her home, and pay attention to every detail. I highly recommend her to be your help in finding your next dream home. Property manage a home
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There are people who buy a home to live in just for two years to then sell it for big profits. Of course, they have to buy another home again, live in for two years, then sell it and so on. They are called "serial home sellers"... - Buying a home for two years, then what?
The home you want to buy in South Florida: Your Real Estate Agent will give you the answer in seconds by getting the same information through his professional sources... - CMA - Comparable Market Analysis
When making a Real Estate transaction, there is always the same and old question: who is going to pay for what here? Many Real Estate Agents agree in that the seller pays the Real Estate commission, while some other say that the buyer is the one who pays for the commissions. Anyway, it all depends on how the sales contract has been made. - Florida Real Estate Articles - Real Estate Commissions: Who pays for what, the buyer or the seller?
You have made a Real Estate investment some years ago by buying a vacation home in Miami Florida and would like to get it rented all year long. However, you have been confused by some vacation-home owners commenting that they don’t feel too much attracted to rental during off-peak months, while there are others who make their best to keep vacation homes rented all year long instead of selling. - Florida Real Estate Articles - Keeping your vacation home rented all year long instead of selling
Before buying a home, you need to ask yourself a few basic questions so you can choose the right mortgage loan to buy a home. If you are determined to buy a home in South Florida and stay there for a long time, there wouldn't be a problem to pay off the mortgage over its lifetime. In this case you should apply for a fixed rate loan. Payments are always the same, except for taxes and insurance that from time to time use to change. Although the interest may be a little higher than with an adjustable rate mortgage, you will always know by certain what your monthly payments will be... - Mortgage Articles - Choose the right mortgage to buy a home in South Florida
When applying for a mortgage to buy a home, you will be asked to declare all of your possessions in order to verify your down payment. If you are a first-time homebuyer and have to sell personal assets to make the down payment of the property you want to buy, the verification process can be harder. Lenders become more stricter and detailed about ensuring your funds' foundation... - Mortgage Articles - Documenting your possessions-Verifying your down payment