Disney Orlando FL 4 BR 2 BA Home & .21 Acre Land Near Waterfront Foreclosure Opp Valued $150K! $1,750 Rent! Beautifully Remodeled 2002!

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Seller: mortgage.trading (7) 100%, Location: Apopka, Florida, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 163589614136 Near Disney Orlando Florida 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom House and .21 Acre of Land Foreclosure Opportunity Buy It Now for $3,874 Are you a successful real estate investor looking for a rare chance to acquire a single family residence near Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida for just pennies on the dollar? You can buy this foreclosure opportunity right now for $3,874 by contacting Guardian's Mortgage Department through the "Email the seller" link located above, if it is still available. The buyer is acquiring Guardian's interest and legal rights (originating from the county government) to foreclose on the real estate described. Foreclosing is not difficult because the county basically does the work. The real estate involved is located at 1317 Mark Court, Apopka Florida 32703. This single story 4 bedroom 2 bathroom single family residence built in 1992 and last remodeled in 2002 has 1,400 sq. ft. of living area, 1,496 sq. ft. of gross area. This home has a room count of 5, with a 12 ft. wide converted for living space garage with front entrance, a 196 sq. ft. converted side porch with front and back entrances, and a 96 sq. ft. (24 ft. x 4 ft.) finished open porch on the front entranceway. This composition shingle roof house with great solar potential is of concrete block stucco exterior on a slab foundation. The drywall interior has hardwood, laminate, and tile flooring. There is central air conditioning and central forced air heating along with 8 ceiling fans, and washer and dryer hookups. The cul-de-sac lot (indicated in blue) is approximately .21 of an acre, with a 190 ft. long wall built in 2004 around the 70 ft. wide back yard and back patio built in 2000, which links the dining area sliding glass doors with the finished converted for living space garage. The average monthly rent for a 4 bedroom dwelling in this zip code is $1,750. The real estate involved is valued by Trulia at $149,905. The average sale price for a single family residence in this West Apopka Hills subdivision in the last six months increased 37% from the previous period. Home values in this zipcode are predicted to rise 13% next year. This home could be used as a primary residence, a vacation home, a rental, or an investment. There are 5 grocery stores, 5 restaurants, 5 recreation spots, 5 churches, 3 child daycares, 2 financial institutions, a gas station, a dry cleaner, a barber shop, and a beauty salon within a mile. This is near Alonzo Williams Park, Tom Stanley Historical Park, and Apopka Station. There are a few nearby public transportation options. Air quality is healthy and there have been no Superfund sites or drug labs found within a mile. The risk of earthquakes is very low and the risk of floods and the potential risk of radon are low. The January average low temperature of 43 °F / 6 °C is mild compared with the national average of 23 °F / -5 °C, there are 0 inches of snow annually versus the national average of 28, and 236 mostly sunny days versus 205. WebcamGalore can show you current weather conditions. The unemployment rate in this zip code is 2.9% versus the 3.9% national average, with recent job growth of 3.9% versus 1.6% and future expected job growth of 51% versus 34%. The income tax is 0% as opposed to the national average of 4.6% and the Cost of Living Index is 96% of the national average. Not surprisingly, since 1990 population has grown 40% versus 20% nationally. The Orlando-Kissimmee Metro Area is a resort city with outdoor recreation, entertainment, and strong job growth. Orlando is the 5th most populated city in Florida. It ranks #5 on the Fiscally Fit Cities Report, #8 for Best Cities [Large Metros] for Teleworking, and #9 for America's Manliest Sports Cities. It also ranks #15 on the list of Most Popular Cities for the Holidays. Orlando is often called "The Theme Park Capital of the World," and you will be living about half an hour away from most of them. For many in the United States and across the world, Orlando is synonymous with the Walt Disney World Resort: Walt Disney World, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM Studios). Indeed, Disney produced a study indicating that the resort and businesses associated with it were responsible for an $18 billion economic impact: 2.5% of the GDP of the state of Florida. The Greater Orlando area also hosts the Universal Orlando theme parks, each of which features a Harry Potter-themed section. Numerous other tourist attractions exist, mostly catering to a family audience, such as SeaWorld, Islands of Adventure, Wet 'n Wild Water Park, Aquatica Water Park, miniature golf courses, arcades, and more. Greater Orlando has a business side, too. It is a popular destination for conventions: the county convention center is the 2nd largest in the world. It is home to the University of Central Florida, which is the 2nd largest public university in the country at approximately 60,000 students. UCF has a partnership with the Central Florida Research Park, the 7th largest research park in the country, located close to the university. The Orlando metropolitan area has a $13.4 billion technology industry and employs 53,000 people. Orlando is an important city for the military, including pilot training with its varied flight simulators and production facilities. Madden NFL Football, the most popular video game franchise in the country, is created in Orlando by Electronic Arts. Other main industries for this county are life sciences & health care resources; modeling, simulation & training resources; optics & photonics resources; and clean technology. It is also a center of citrus production: much of the land is given over to orange groves. FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions): § I don't mind paying more than market value for real estate because I like a lot of hand-holding and have a lot of time; when can we start looking at houses? Guardian is not in that business. We have structured our operations to provide a particular group of sophisticated investors with what they want for the lowest possible cost. We have found that the more successful we make them the more successful they make us. It has also come to our attention that residents are quite annoyed with inconsiderate people constantly disturbing them regarding these ads. We ask that you please respect their privacy; they do not want to answer your questions or show you their bedroom. § I am not an American national or resident. My friend told me that you helped him get a TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) from the IRS in less than a week, and now he can engage in a number of business and investment activities in the United States that I cannot. Can you do this for me? By U.S. law we can only do this for a client that we are transacting business with if it is required in the course of that business. § I've done some construction work and have heard that the way to make money in real estate is to buy "fixer-uppers" and renovate them; do you sell anything like that? In the past we would occasionally come across houses that while fully permitted were never completely constructed due to the developer going bankrupt. It has been years since we have seen that; we now try to focus our interest on houses that are either currently income-producing or are fully up to code and can be rented immediately. § I'm not a real estate insider and don't know how to get title insurance for anything but a warranty deed, but I've discovered that there are some people who are only interested in acquiring other types of deeds. Somehow they know how to quickly get title insurance, then flip for a huge profit: can you tell me the secret? Prior to the year 2000 this was not possible for the average investor, and even now is only widely available in 28 states and the District of Columbia. Most of our clients have already figured out how to do this, but we do show the rest how it is done. § I read in a book that you need to put a lot of work into stressful negotiations with "motivated sellers" in order to get real estate at a good price; will I have to do that? There are no negotiations involved here; the laws differ by state and the implementation by county, but basically you fill out a simple form which you then send to the county treasurer requesting that the county's prosecuting attorney commence foreclosure proceedings. Terms of Sale: By buying, all buyers acknowledge agreement to and understanding of the following: § No return, refund, or exchange is possible. This item is being sold "as is", "where is", "with all faults", and without any warranty of any kind. All information provided is the most current known to Guardian; images are of the property or surrounding locale. The buyer will rely solely on the buyer's own due diligence, has completed same, and has either inspected the property or waived that opportunity. The buyer has read and understood this listing. § International buyers are welcome and worldwide shipping is provided where not prohibited. Bidding and payment will be in United States dollars (US$ or USD) only. § Orders are filled on a "first come, first served" basis when payment is received in any type of certified funds. Guardian usually mails out the notarized endorsement paperwork the next business day after payment is good. If the buyer chooses, the transaction can be escrowed through a company of the buyer's choice, at the buyer's expense. This would provide a higher level of protection than eBay's Buyer Protection Program. The buyer is acquiring Guardian's interest and legal rights (originating from the county government) to foreclose on the real estate described. Foreclosing is not difficult because the county basically does the work. © 2008-2019 All rights reserved. Any duplication of any extent is strictly prohibited. Seller State of Residence: Ohio, Property Address: 1317 Mark Court, State/Province: Florida, City: Orlando, Number of Bedrooms: 4, Number of Bathrooms: 2, Setting: Suburban, Square Footage: 1400.0, Zip/Postal Code: 32703, Year Built: 1992

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