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Spruce Creek Offers a wide range of Property Choices
There is a diverse range of properties at the Spruce Creek Fly-in.
Some neighborhoods are single-family, some are zero-lot line, others are multifamily townhomes and we also have condo units. At the center of Spruce Creek, in the immediate areas of the runway, we have a commercial section with diverse businesses and private hangars and offices.
The best way to visualize it all is with the Spruce Creek Fly-in Map , which provides an interactive aerial view of the community.
In all, The Spruce Creek Fly-in encompasses almost 5,000 residents, 1,300 homes, 700 hangars and 14 miles of taxiways sharing a unique life in this private, security-patrolled and gated village.
Spruce Creek Properties
Taxiway homes are properties with direct access to taxiways. Most Taxiway Homes include an attached or detached hangar and we call them “Hangar Homes”. While the majority of Taxiway Homes are single-family residences, there are a few villas, duplexes and condos with access to taxiways as well.
Golf Course Homes
Golf Course Homes are those located on the Spruce Creek Country Club’s golf course. Most have great views of the fairways. An ocassional errant golf ball might end up in their backyards.
Homes that may not have direct access to the taxiways or the golf course but that usually include views of the nature preserve that surrounds much of Spruce Creek. Some Nature homes have direct access to the Spruce Creek and may have docks to launch canoes and small boats.
Also considered “Nature Homes” are all other homes in Spruce Creek that do not fit any other category. These provide an alternative for those who wish to enjoy the security and lifestyle of Spruce Creek but do not need an attached hangar nor prefer being directly on the golf course. These are located away from the nature areas but often include beautifully landscaped grounds and artificial lakes in their surroundings.
KARLHAUS REALTY, Your Spruce Creek Real Estate Experts
Through special agreements, we also have access to properties that may be available but not listed in the area’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
The professionals at KARLHAUS REALTY are ready to be of service to make reality the dream of owning property at Spruce Creek.
Spruce Creek Fly-In Listings
The Principal Source of Spruce Creek Fly-In Real Estate
TEN Questions to Ask your Broker.
These are tough times; run away from any broker that tells you otherwise. In the midst of the curent mess there are opportunities, however. Values have come down dramatically and in many cases they are below replacement costs.
Replacement cost is a key indicator of intrinsic value. As savvy investor Warren Buffett knows too well, . if you buy below intrinsic value, you will eventually make money, no matter what. It may not be tomorrow, but when something is acquired at prices below intrinsic value, the risk to the downside is much smaller than the potential upside.
Making An Offer They Can’t Refuse.
When the demand for houses in a sizzling marketplace outweighs the supply of houses available, many consumers think the highest offer is a sure-fire way to claim ownership of their dream home. Similarly, in a panic-mode housing market such as the one we have right now, the old axiom “Analysis Paralysis” becomes an obstacle to getting the deal you want. While you wait for the prices to hit “bottom”, the savvy buyers snap-up the property you really want. The professionals at KARLHAUS REALTY™ know that bidding for a house doesn’t always require upping the stakes and that the “bottom” is an ephemeral quantity as no one ever knows the bottom of a cycle until it has passed by. In the end, it comes to well-informed negotiation. Negotiation is not just offering less than the Seller is asking and waiting for a “yes” or “no”. Negotiation is a trade off of value, timing and intangible benefits between the two parties to arrive at equilibrium of terms that both are willing to accept.
One tactic that works in any market is to accommodate the seller as much as you are able. As a buyer, you have to be flexible and willing to sacrifice a bit. Whether it’s being willing to close one month earlier or later, do your best to meet the seller’s desired closing time. Additionally, be willing to overlook the more minor and but less-than-perfect characteristics of a given home because other prospective buyers may not be able or willing to do so. If the seller is under pressure and wants the house sold quickly, they’ll prefer to work with the buyer that can accommodate them the most.
If you are willing to make the investment, then you must be a qualified, solid, desirable buyer. Get a copy of your credit report and settle any debts that may be outstanding. “You’d be surprised how many people get turned down for a loan because of an old debt they had forgotten all about.” Get pre-approved for loans and mortgages. Sellers want and need a willing and able buyer, someone who is stable and ready to make a commitment to the property; and that after making the commitment, can carry it through to closing without problems. Going into the negotiation process as a pre-approved buyer puts you at a major advantage.
Connect with the seller
Create a rapport with the seller and let them know why you prefer their house to others. Homeowners are emotionally connected to their home. Even when selling their home, they often feel tied to the integrity of the house. They have likely spent a large portion of their lives within its walls. Often, fond memories of the family are interconnected to their home. Because the seller loves the house, they are usually inclined to sell it to someone who will love it too.
Clean, simple offers are best
Eliminating as many contingencies as possible will give you an advantage when involved in a bidding war. If you have a home to sell before purchasing, sell it first. Reducing uncertainty makes the buyer more appealing to the seller and will create leverage for the buyer.
Show them the money
Be willing to increase the size of your down payment or make an all cash offer. Sometimes the best way to win a bidding war and avoid paying a higher price is to increase your down payment. Sellers favor strong buyers, if you can afford to make an all cash offer, do so. That’s almost always a definite way to slam-dunk a sale and it certainly does not preclude you from getting financing later if desired.
Work with the best in the business
Be sure to choose a sales associate who has an excellent reputation with other agents. Working with a KARLHAUS REALTY™ Associate who is known in the industry for their knowledge, integrity, professionalism, and credibility will always work in the buyer’s favor. We at KARLHAUS REALTY™ at the Spruce Creek Fly-in not only sell the Fly-in lifestyle, we live it!
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