Florida Property Auction Update

Florida Property Auction Updates.

May 16th 2009
 
Blue Springs Auction: (Scheduled)

    * Large Acreage Lots
    * Opening bids of $25 K to $29 K
    * There are two homes for sale too.
    * There are 28 lots to be sold.
    * 10 of the lots will be sold “Absolute”
    * The event will be held on site.
    * Register: http://www.britishhomesgroup.com/florida-property-auctions.php

Town Homes in Melbourne: (In process)

    * Numerous “fee simple” town homes.
    * Two car garages in each of the units.
    * Previously sold in the Mid $400’s
    * Opening bids of $95,000 for each.
    * Luxury finishes (granite and crown moldings)
    * Adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway
    * Auction tentatively scheduled for May 30th
    * Register: http://www.britishhomesgroup.com/florida-property-auctions.php

Future auctions to include condos on both the east and west coasts of Florida, as well as some single family homes near the Disney World location.

Resgister to receive auction updates: http://www.britishhomesgroup.com/florida-property-auctions.php

Florida Property Auction Update

There were just 7 properties left from the weekends Reunion auction held in Orlando Florida. If you would like to make an offer on any of the below properties please contact us here: info@britishhomesgroup.com

Click on the images to see full descriptions of the individual properties.

1208 Radiant Drive – Reunion Florida

1208 Radiant - Reunion Florida

1210 Radiant Drive – Reunion Florida

1210 Radiant - Reunion Florida

1519 Corolla Drive – Reunion Florida

1519 Corolla - Reunion Florida

7603 Heritage Crossing Way #202 – Reunion Florida

7603 Heritage - Reunion Florida

7818 Whitemarsh Way – Reunion Florida

7818 Whitemarsh - Reunion Florida

7841 Palmilla Court – Reunion Florida

7841 Palmilla - Reunion Florida

7849 Palmilla Court – Reunion Florida

7849 Palmilla - Reunion Florida

Please contact us here to make offers on these Florida homes or call 0800 096 5989

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Top of the Drops from the Sunday Times

Recent Florida Property Auction News from the Sunday Times.

The Alhambra property from the upcoming October 25th auction was recently featured on page 2 of the Sunday Times in the UK as their ‘Top of the Drops’ home.

If you would like an opportunity to bid on this property, please click here to register and receive full auction details.

Download a Hammock Beach property brochure.

Sunday Times - Florida Property Auction - Top of the Drops

The Conservatory at Hammock Beach is a gated golf course community with 340 homesites.  With vacant lots on the golf course as well as lots on the preserve, the views will be impeccable from every angle.  The focal points of this exclusive community are the 18-hole golf course and the future nature conservatory.  Designed by Tom Watson, the woodland style golf course is already gaining recognition throughout the community.  With waterfalls, stone bulk heading, and a one-of-a-kind “island” hole, this course will surely be enjoyed for years to come.   Residents can visit the glass-encased Conservatory, which features an abundance of tropical foliage.

Orlando Real Estate Auction Educational Seminars

In the Orlando Florida real estate market there are some of the best bargains to be had in years.  So where should buyers go to find the best possible deals?  To auction!  That’s right, often times auction properties can be half price or less off of current real estate values.  Online real estate auctions can be daunting however – how do you buy safely and how can you be certain that what you are buying really IS a bargain?

The British Homes Group is collaborating with Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty (Florida’s affiliate of Sotheby’s in the UK) to educate British buyers of Florida real estate about the process behind online real estate auctions and answer all the questions potential buyers may have. 

British Homes Group and Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty will be hosting two complementary Internet auction seminars – October 7 and October 21 at 19:00 GMT.

The next auction is to be held on October 25th and will feature a selection of properties developed by Ginn Resorts including: Reunion Resort, Bella Collina Golf Club and Hammock Beach Resort.  All properties are in or near Orlando. 

Please visit the BHG website to find more information about the Florida real estate auction educational seminars.

Call British Homes Group Today for help with purchasing or financing your Orlando area dream home!

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Florida Real Estate Auction – Saturday 8th November

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Auctions offer best opportunities for Florida Real Estate Bargains!

“How to buy at auction” on-line seminars Tuesday October 7th and 21st at 7pm UK time.

Next Auction – November 8th, 2008

Top quality homes in Florida are at their lowest price right now, but to secure an even better bargain you need to go to auction.  Auction properties can be half price or less off current values.

For some Brits, however, bidding for a luxury home over the internet can sound daunting.  The on-line auction route is a quick and definitive route to buying a home and also saves money on airfares.  But how do you do it safely? And how can you be sure that what you are really buying is a bargain?

In order to help British people through the auction maze, the Orlando-based British Homes Group, (www.britishhomesgroup.com) in collaboration with Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty, the Florida affiliate of Sotheby’s in the UK, is hosting two complementary internet auction seminars on October 7 and 21 at 19.00 GMT.
 
The purpose of the British Homes Group “webinars” is to explain the process and answer all the questions potential buyers might have.  BHG will also feature a selection of quality Florida holiday homes and other investment properties in the Orlando area that will be auctioned by Stirling Sotheby’s on November the 8th. A free booklet – “A guide to Florida On-line Property Auctions” can also be downloaded.

Bill Cowie, director of British Homes Group says: “These auctions are not a dumping ground for private owners to offload secondary real estate rubbish.  In this market they are also a sales platform for top US developers to turn their newly completed luxury homes into much-needed cash.  As a buyer you need to be aware. The first step is to make sure you are dealing with reputable companies, get prepared and familiarise yourself with the procedure.  Then if your bid is successful, it may turn out to be the quickest, most hassle-free and best investment you’ve ever made.”

British Homes Group is an Orlando-based, UK-staffed estate agency and mortgage brokerage company specializing in finding and financing Florida holiday homes and investment properties for UK residents.  BHG is a “one stop shop” for all things Florida property and prides itself on offering advice and guidance with no pressure on people just enquiring about the market.

BHG has assembled a team of totally objective professional advisors on all subjects including UK and US law, immigration, tax, insurance and who will guide people through all aspects of buying a home in Florida, from on-line auctions through to buying furniture and sourcing decorators or interior designers. 

The next auction on 8th of November, will feature a selection of properties developed by Ginn Resorts (www.GinnResorts.com).  Ginn Resorts is a premiere US developer with many resort communities throughout the south-eastern US and Florida.  The featured properties are at:

1.  Reunion Resort near Orlando (www.ReunionResort.com)
2.  Bella Collina Golf Club near Orlando (www.BellaCollina.com)
3.  Hammock Beach resort on the Atlantic coast, east of Orlando (www.HammockBeach.com)

In a previous auction, and reported on by the UK’s Daily Telegraph, Sheila Harrison of Luton, Bedfordshire snapped up a new three-bedroom apartment at Lely Landings in upmarket Naples, West Florida for £100,000 ($200,000).  The list price was double that at $399,000 and a near identical apartment at Lely Landings was independently valued in November 2007 for $397,000.  Brian and Debbie Gill from Leamington in Warwickshire successfully bid $270,000 (£135,000)  for a 6th floor three bedroom apartment at Oceanwalk Condominiums on the south beach area of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. 

Lee Weaver, Director of Operations of The British Homes Group, says:  “In all our many years helping UK buyers find Florida dream homes, there has never been a better time for Brits to buy in Florida.  With high supply of properties and low demand from locals, and the difficulty of getting credit here, the market has never been so full of bargains.  The dollar has strengthened against the £ in recent weeks but still presents excellent value for buyers from the UK and Ireland.”

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For further information please go to: www.britishhomesgroup.com/florida-property-auctions.php Or call freephone 0800 096 5989 or (+1) 407 396 9914