Monday, November 30, 2009
ORLANDO, Fla. --- Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty, which ranks as one of Central Florida’s largest and most active realty companies specializing in luxury homes, has reduced the sale price for a luxury estate home at Spruce Creek Fly-In, the unique Volusia County community developed for affluent airplane owners.
The property, located at 3118 Spruce Creek Blvd., is offered for sale by NASCAR driver Mike Skinner. (top right photo)
Stirling Sotheby’s International recently sold the 11,000 square foot Commercial Aviation Hangar owned by Skinner in the estate, said Roger Soderstrom, founder and owner of the realty firm.
Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty associates Rachel McGrath and Debbie Keilin negotiated the $300,000 price reduction from $2,275,000 to $1,975,000.
For more information, contact:
Roger Soderstrom, Founder/Owner Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty 407-588-1260
Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications 407-644-4142
Posted by Alex at 11:21 AM
DENVER, CO – Homebuyers looking for the right home at a great price will now be able to search through more than a million foreclosed properties and access agents specializing in short sales and foreclosures, all in one location.
RE/MAX International, Inc. is the first national real estate franchise to offer U.S. foreclosure listings on its highly-trafficked web site, www.remax.com.
Sourced by government agencies and national news media, RealtyTrac is the No. 1 foreclosure listing service. It collects extensive foreclosure data from more than 2,200 counties, covering more than 90 percent of U.S. households.
As part of the partnership, RE/MAX agents also have access to an advanced subscription of RealtyTrac’s service and foreclosure information which allows them to better serve clients. The comprehensive subscription offers agents more detailed information including properties in default and properties scheduled for public foreclosure auction, along with tax assessment information, comprehensive lien and loan history and neighborhood home sale trends.
“We believe we can have a positive impact on the national housing market by providing consumers with vital foreclosure information and giving homebuyers an opportunity to find the perfect home with the right agent.”
RE/MAX agents are uniquely qualified to manage foreclosures and distressed property. More RE/MAX Associates have earned the Certified Distressed Property Expert® (CDPE) designation than agents from any other national real estate network. The CDPE training, through the Distressed Property Institute, gives RE/MAX agents the expertise to assist buyers and sellers of REO and distressed properties.
For more information on RE/MAX International, or to search for property listings, visit http://www.remax.com/
For more information on RealtyTrac, visit http://www.realtytrac.com/
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Topping the 2009 Restaurant list is the Outback Steakhouse Chocolate Thunder Down Under, which contains more calories than 44 McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets and an astounding four and a half days’ worth of saturated fat.
Among the list of the Top 20 Worst Restaurant Foods of 2009:
Worst Sit-Down Burger: Applebee’s Quesadilla Burger (1,820 calories, 46 g fat)
Worst Wrap: T.G.I. Friday’s BBQ Chicken Wrap (1,720 calories)
Worst Pizza: Sbarro Stuffed Pepperoni (1 slice, 960 calories, 42 g fat)
Worst Sit-Down Kids’ Meal: Cheesecake Factory Kids’ Pasta with Alfredo Sauce (1,803 calories, 86 g saturated fat)
Worst Restaurant Food in America of 2009: Outback Steakhouse Chocolate Thunder from Down Under
88 g saturated fat
161 g carbohydrates
To see the full list of 20 foods by category with nutritional information for each item, visit: http://eatthis.menshealth.com/slideshow/20-worst-restaurant-foods-america
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