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Fiddler's Creek Short Sales

Posted by Dan Boyle on Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 at 4:03pm.

Currently, there are only five short sales in all of Fiddler's Creek.  The luxury community has rebounded solidly since the real estate crash a few years ago. Priced from $115,000 to $245,000, these short sales offer an economical way to move into one of the most luxurious and amenity-rich developments in southwest Florida.

If you're not familiar with the homes and condos of Fiddler's Creek, browse the photos of the current listings here.  The attention to detail is top-notch from the afforable condos to the luxury golf-course homes.  The centerpiece of the community is the Club and Spa.  This state-of-the-art country club and spa has every amenity you could ask for.  There's a huge resort-style pool, fitness center, two restaurants, social room, pro shop, tennis courts... The list seems endless.

The least expensive short sale in Fiddler's Creek is a three bedroom, two bath condo in Whisper Trace priced at $115,000.  This is a bargain and these weren't selling any cheaper at the bottom of the market about a year ago.  Built in 1997, this georgeos unit is selling for only about $77 per foot.  That's crazy cheap.

The most expensive short sale in the community is a Three bedroom/ three bath condo in the Laguna enclave.  It offers 2300 s.f. of living area priced at only $106 per foot.  It boasts lake views and luxury bells and whistles throughout.

All of the short sales in Fiddler's make great investments.  Buy one to use as a second home or rent it out seasonally or annually.  Your investment will be secure.  In fact, Fiddler's Creek property is over-sold.  If you consider the graph that depicts the Florida real estate bubble, prices would be higher if we'd just held the steady 5% annual appreciation we had prior to the start of the bubble's inflation.  Prices would be 50% higher!  If you'd like to take advantage of any of the opportunities in Fiddler's Creek, call or email us today.

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