Posted September 12, 2018 07:29:08 What if the palm that once sat on the back of your car could be yours for the price of a condominium?
If you own a car, the answer is a resounding yes.
If you own the home, the question is how much.
A few months ago, a local real estate agent told me about a condo he’d sold for $200,000.
The condo’s price was based on its location in an old, neglected subdivision in South Florida, which is a long way from the city.
It was built on a hillside.
It had a courtyard, which has since been taken down.
There was no landscaping, and there were no landscapers on the property.
That meant it was very unappealing.
So the agent wanted me to buy it.
The agent told the realtor that I was able to rent out the whole place for about $100 a night.
I did that, and the price went down to $80 a night, for a total of $100 per night.
Now, I had to pay $25,000 in taxes and other costs, and that was before I paid the $200 rent.
But the real estate company had other plans.
It told the agent to start selling the condo, and it was to be sold for more than $200 a night — $250 a night for the whole property.
The agent, it turns out, had a business deal in place with a real estate broker who had negotiated a deal with the seller.
The broker agreed to sell the condo for $350 a night and to get a profit.
The buyer agreed to buy for $400 a night at the end of the lease, and he had a lease with the buyer for another year.
So the realtors deal made the condo more expensive.
And I was thrilled, I thought.
This is a good deal for the seller and for the buyer, and I can buy a nice, healthy, nice house for a fraction of the price.
The seller told me he was happy to sell, but he said he was worried the condo was too small.
He was worried about having to sell it, and also worried about the amount of work I would have to do to renovate the place.
But, he told me, I would be happy to buy.
The buyer agreed, and now I’m in the market.
It’s been a while since I’ve owned a home and a condo.
I’ve been buying houses and condos for about 20 years now.
And for about a year, I’ve had a lot of trouble finding a good condo deal.
So why not buy a condo, as opposed to a car?
I started to research condo options, and soon realized there were lots of good deals.
So I started searching for a condo that I could use for a short term rental deal.
I also started looking for a place where I could rent out my house.
And I found a condo in a neighborhood where I had a large home.
I wanted to keep the cost of the house low, so I was going to use the condo as a rental, and rent out part of the space for short term stays, and then eventually buy a house and a condo.
I’m not sure how long I was planning on renting out the house, but it wasn’t long.
I moved in and was able, after a few weeks, to rent the house out for a month or so and then buy the condo.
The price of the condo is $200 per night, and my goal is to get to $400 per night in the end.
I’ve rented out a condo before.
The seller had me stay in the condo while he worked on the house.
The price was much lower than what I paid for it.
So what is the point of staying in a condo while you work on the next house?
If you’re not in the realty business, this is what you are getting: a house with an extra room for a week.
I have a lot more work to do in this building, so when I moved into the condo it was nice to be able to use it.
And the owner and I have had a great time working together and enjoying each other’s company.
I hope this guide helps you.
Please let me know if you have any questions about this process.