What is your definition of an overachiever? Are you one?
- An overachiever often believes that success can only come from power, money or status.
What would your life look like if you were a true success? Try mapping out a plan for other areas of your life~family, professional networks, investments, travel, books, physical fitness and more.
2. Most overachievers suffer from negative thoughts and especially “I can’t” beliefs.
Things like “I can’t afford to do something falls into this category. This self talk really means you won’t even try. You can overcome obstacles with talent, conditions, time and the right amount of ingenuity.
3. Classify and conquer your flaws.
If you think you have any flaws at all, you must work wholeheartedly to resolve them. In order to achieve true happiness embrace the notion that you may have a few things left to learn and then actively aspire to gain the knowledge and wisdom to overcome them.
This home is a short distance from Seaside Florida located in Seagrove Beach just north of Hwy. 30A. Closest public beach access will soon be right across the street with an addition of a new access. Being sold furnished with very few exceptions it has a private pool in the pet friendly fenced in backyard. Nearby is one of the best restaurants along Hwy. 30A called Café 30A. Less expensive and just as good for pizza and pasta is Angelina’s. Live the dream. Selling for the current appraisal value keeping guess work out of what it is worth. I look forward to hearing from you. $670,000 Appraised Value.
I am bragging today about my newest listing because it is going to sell quickly. It just went live this morning. It is an absolutely beautiful Bay front home that conveys with a boat. You can now find it by searching for either the address: 265 Crest Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550 or by the MLS # 826820.
Built in 2018. This home is in move-in condition with many updates even since being built. It is a boater’s dream home. If you are a car collector you will also love the additional garage heated and cooled for your Antique Cars now being used as a Master Woodworker’s Shop. There are a total of 5 garage spaces with a golf cart bay. I can’t think of anything else you will need in this 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom new home with a gourmet kitchen and backup generator. Owners have thought of everything.
Plenty of backyard space to add a pool. Call today. 850-420-2480 Kelly Klein, Realtor
Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Pen Fed Realty
To properly prepare your home for a home inspection you will want to repair any damage to steps and walkways and declutter around the front door. Make sure your doorbell works and make sure all of your window locks and seals are in good working condition. Replace any missing shingles and arrange to have your furnace and central air conditioning serviced prior to inspection. Fix leaky faucets and fixtures and repair grout around tubes and sinks. If the home has battery operated smoke detectors, put in fresh batteries and test prior to inspection.
You will need to allow approximately 3 hours for the inspection. Do not plan on being there when the inspector is there. Make sure the inspector has full access to any and all locked areas. If you have pets make sure that your pet goes with you or you have them properly crated. It is also a good idea to have valuable and medications locked out of sight for peace of mind.
- Consider how you will use the home. Will it just be for family and friends or do you plan to rent it as well?
- Evaluate Locations. Are there enough amenities and attractions to keep you and your renters coming back year after year?
- Talk to locals. What do they love about the area? What is changing? Are you hearing anything negative?
- Study local laws. If you plan to rent the home, local rules may restrict rental periods or cap the number of days you can rent each week, month, or year.
- Calculate costs. Along with mortgage, insurance, property taxes, and association fees, plan for wear and tear. A good rule of thumb is 1 to 2 % per year to plan for maintenance and repairs. Also, don’t forget the property management fee.
- Talk to an Accountant. This person can advise you on such issues as the tax implications of rental income and changes in federal tax laws that could impact deductions.
- Test before you buy. Once you have settled on an area, you should rent in every season so you can gauge busy and slow periods for rentals.
- Work with an experienced local sales agent. Pick someone who knos the community and who can recommend the other experts you will want to consult. Consider agents with Certified Residential Specialities (CRS) and Resort and Second Home Property Specialists certifications (RSPS).
- Take your time. Don’t let the excitement of one great vacation push you into an impulse buy. Educate yourself and listen to your agent.
I hold a lot of certifications including the CRS and RSPS certifications. I have the local knowledge to go the distance for you. I hope to hear from you soon.
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Just read an article put out from the National Association of Realtors. Federal Workers need to be contacting their lenders and landlords for forgiveness and ask for no late fees.
Mortgage, Rental Aid Arrives for Unpaid Federal Workers
Mortgage Holders who have been affected by the partial government shutdown need to click the link below and read. Ask for forgiveness from your lender and landlord.
Source: Mortgage, Rental Aid Arrives for Unpaid Federal Workers