One of the necessary parts of living the dream, in the keys is a home on the water with a dock. Docks took a beating during Hurricane Irma. Many have still not been replaced, in part because you can’t just build a dock. There is much more than meets the eye when it comes to replacing what the storms took away. The Florida Keys Real Estate Guys will tackle that topic with Neptune docks guru, Randy Whiteside.
Plus Stephanie Clark will join us with all that is Pet Rescue. Tune in log on to RadioA1A at noon.
Thanks for listening,
It’s Lobster mini season in the keys, we’ll go over the new rules an regs
with Capt Corey Bryant from Monroe county sheriff’s and hear some horror stories from years past. It’s one hour about life in Paradise you don’t want to miss.
The way many real estate agents operate when advising a seller on home pricing is to present a seller with a range of prices, The spread between the two prices will be relatively small. It’s the home seller who selects the listed sales price, and it’s the real estate agent who provides the information to help educate the seller. Although, you can see why many sellers will often gravitate to the high sales price. That’s just human nature.
Hurricanes are massive storm systems that form over the water and move toward land. Threats from hurricanes include high winds, heavy rainfall, storm surge, coastal and inland flooding, rip currents, and tornadoes. These large storms are called typhoons in the North Pacific Ocean and cyclones in other parts of the world.
Each year, many parts of the United States experience heavy rains, strong winds, floods, and coastal storm surges from tropical storms and hurricanes. Affected areas include all Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal areas and areas over 100 miles inland, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii, parts of the Southwest, the Pacific Coast, and the U.S. territories in the Pacific. A significant per cent of fatalities occur outside of landfall counties with causes due to inland flooding.
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, with the peak occurring between mid-August and late October. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season begins May 15 and ends November 30.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR KEYS RESIDENTS TO OBTAIN RE-ENTRY WINDSHIELD STICKERS FOR UPCOMING HURRICANE SEASON
MONROE COUNTY, FL – The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1. Now is the time for all residents of Monroe County who don’t already have a Re-Entry Windshield Sticker to obtain one for their vehicle. Do not wait until a storm is approaching.
The summer months are moving in. Temps are up, so’s the humidity , and the rain always brings a new crop of mosquito to the Keys. Some of those little blood suckers carry disease and the Florida Keys Mosquito control district is waging war. How effective is it? Well no buzzing in my ears, but the inner voices tell me there’s always…
Over the next few weeks I’ll share with you the tips I have learned interviewing Realtors, Appraisers, Home Inspectors,
Insurance agents and adjusters, and Mortgage lenders.
There’s a small amount of inside info and a bunch of simple commonsense steps you can take to make your home buying or selling experience a whole lot easier.
Now I did say easier, because it’s not easy, and it should not be.
Buying a home or selling your home is the biggest financial and sometimes, emotional decision you can make.
But stop into my page maybe once a week and I’ll be happy to help you thru it.
Good morning Folks, we are just about 30 days from the start of Hurricane season here in Paradise.
The National Hurricane Center has predicted another busy season.
The Florida Keys are like no other place in the world. My family and I have traveled a lot, especially in our RV. After 5 trips to Key Largo, we decided this would be a great place to settle down with the kids and live our dream. Like anybody that relocates, I did my research to the point of neurosis…
5 new Listings in Key Largo