real estate

Redefined Spaces for Comfort and Value

As we have now crossed the one year mark of temporary shutdowns, stay at home, work from home, school from home, and all the other unusualness that came from trying to remain safe from this pandemic, moving forward redefining and renaming our home spaces have the potential to be far more than a trend.  Additionally, having newly defined space both inside and outside can even add extra value to your home. 

Planning and Zoning Board approves 5 of 6 parcels petitioned by Hartland Homes, Inc.

At the regular Planning and Zoning meeting on Feb. 10, 2020 the board recommended the rezoning of 5 of the 6 parcels petitioned by Hartland Homes, Inc.  Hartland Homes is owned by State Representative Blaise Ingoglia (R - Spring Hill). The sale and potential development of the properties has been opposed by residents, most of them neighboring the various properties.   

The board recommended against the rezoning of a parcel bordering Holiday Drive and Trafalgar Drive.

Real Estate Transactions published 9/14/18

BUYER: LOWE BRIAN, LOWE SANDRA
Site Address:    
4521 LISETTE CIR; BROOKSVILLE 
Single Family
Sale Price: $167,000
08/08/2018

BUYER: HARRIS THOMAS E TTEE, HARRIS SHELIA K TTEE
Site Address:    2303 COUNTRYSIDE DR; SPRING HILL /TIMBER PINES
Single Family
Sale Price: $171,000
08/09/2018

BUYER: HOFFMAN HERMAN HOFFMAN CAROLE
Site Address: 2300 HIDDEN TRAIL DR
Spring Hill/ Timber Pines
Sale Price: $162,000
08/20/2018

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

 

Address: 11059 LITTLE ST; SPRING HILL 34608
Single Family

Sale Detail: 7/31/18, $215,000

 

Address: 178 FAIRMONT DR; SPRING HILL 34609

Single Family/Townhome

Sale Detail: 7/30/2018, $33,500

 

Address:  10371 CHEEVER RD; BROOKSVILLE FL 34601-8613

Single Family on 3.5 Acres

Why America’s spare bedrooms are worth $174.9 billion

AN ANALYSIS FROM FINDER.COM

Extra rooms are an untapped real estate opportunity. It’s not unusual to have an extra bedroom in your house. Indeed, a finder.com analysis of United States Census data suggests that there are 33.6 million of them across the nation.

If you assume that each of these rooms could be rented out for $100 a week (which would be cheap in many areas of the US), that adds up to a whopping $174 billion in missed opportunities for extra cash each year.

Shopping For Your New Home

Now that you have been pre-qualified for a home mortgage, found your realtor and identified your “must haves,” it’s time to go shopping.

This is the fun part of buying a new home but can also be very overwhelming. The more houses you look at, the more the houses begin to run together and before you know it, you can’t remember which house had that fantastic kitchen and which one had the leaky roof.

Some buyers will walk into a house and just know that it is the house for them. Others want to see everything on the market in their price range.