Looking for a place to live that won't break the bank. I need a place with a low drama level.
I meant yards. Less "cookie cutter" like neighborhoods. There are more homes with actual yard space in Coral Springs if you have the $$$$.jon_24v said:id disagree with less congested... .
oh, yeah totally!!! some of the newer neighborhoods here in Coral Springs are like that... but very few and far between. Alot of high dollar shit too... and one of the best (if not THE best) school districts in south florida.JoesSupra said:I meant yards. Less "cookie cutter" like neighborhoods. There are more homes with actual yard space in Coral Springs if you have the $$$$.
You are right though.....not any less congested on the roads
BLKLABL said:In my opinion, Renting = Waist of money $$$$... However, i guess if you don't have money to buy than you really don't have a choice. Anyhow, I'm selling my townhouse which is in Pembroke Pines about 10-15 min of Sunrise... Check out the link here...
Good luck with your house hunt! Let me know if you are interested.
Notorious 2JZ said:Nice place, just curious, how much are your monthly taxes, insurance and condo fees? Thats not listed on Realtor.com post. Good luck selling.
BLKLABL said:Actually we have all of those charges rolled up into an escrow account with the mortgage. But just to give you an idea, my property tax which is based on what i paid for the property 2years ago is $3,049.08 yr... The Maintenance fee is $150.00 a month which includes lawn maintenance, exterior maintenance, pool maintenace, security driving around at all times of day, park, sprinkler maintenance ... can't remember if i'm missing anything. Also, it's not a condo, but a 3/3 townhouse with a 1 car garage.
Just an FYI, my wife and I are moving out to Sunshine Ranches, it's definitely a great place to raise a family. Schools are A++++ as is the area, neighbors and surounding community. If you have to sacrifice a few things in life, i would in order to purchase a home. When you rent, you don't own anything and you are basically throwing money away. I would consider buying in a not so perfect area in order to be a home owner. Instead of buying a house, consider buying a condo or townhouse... The equity you can build (even if it's for one year) will be more than what you are coming out with from renting...