Water Heaters: 5 Tips for Saving Energy Your hot water heater eats energy: We want to reduce its appetite. Here are inexpensive things you can do to increase efficiency and cut energy bills. Read Visit houselogic.com for more articles like this. Copyright 2011 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
Cajusa Lakes and Country Club is an upscale Golf Community with large homes on estate lots. After you enter the gates, you'll be greeted, by a park like setting with tropical landscaping, lakes and preserves. Wildlife is abundant and seen every day. The beautiful Nokomis Beach is just a 5 minute drive away. The location between Venice and Sarasota couldn't be better.
Conduct Your Own Energy Audit A do-it-yourself energy audit can teach you how to be more energy efficient and make you a more-educated consumer should you decide to hire an expert. Read Visit houselogic.com for more articles like this. Copyright 2011 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
The answer to the question is a firm “NO” – although it seems on first glance as if the Canadian Homeowners are getting a “special property tax treatment”. Obviously, they are paying more than the average “Floridian”, right? Well, the fact is that all Foreign National homeowners and all US Snowbirds with a secondary home are treated alike in the Sunshine State – with no exception and no special treatment whatsoever. However, one group of homeowners is actually getting the “royal treatment”. There is a section in Florida’s tax law, which is […]
Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club is a lovely established waterfront neighborhood West of Trail (route 41) in Osprey, Sarasota County. The community is deed restricted but not gated. Located along Little Sarasota Bay, it is truly a place to live if people cannot decide whether they want country living or waterfront living. Therefore, Southbay is ideal because homeowners can enjoy both worlds. What a deal! Almost 360 homes are in Southbay Yacht and Racquet Club. Some are located along the Intracoastal Waterway. Some are surrounding the 7 acre marina, and many […]
Siesta Key Beach, FL – one pearl out of a string of beautiful subtropical Barrier Islands in the Gulf of Mexico
Sunny beaches with crystal-white, powdery sand that stretch for miles and miles. You can stroll through shops with all sorts of fashion, beach accessories and souvenirs. You will find Restaurants where you can grab a quick breakfast or lunch in your flip-flops and sandy toes, or where you can relax in style over an extraordinary candlelight dinner while watching the sea birds go to rest. Originally, the place was named “Sarasota Key”. In the late 1920’s this 8-mile long, crescent-shaped Gulf Coast barrier island was renamed to “Siesta Key“. This […]
Inexpensive but not Cheap Englewood, Florida, the two county town on the sparkling waters of Lemon Bay, is one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. Approximately 15,000 people live here – and they love it. Englewood is an unincorporated community northwest of Charlotte County and southwest of Sarasota County. It is a quiet community, especially during the summer months, when the snowbirds are gone. You can often read that this community is one of Southwest Florida’s best-kept secrets – a town with that old Florida charm, laid back, with beautiful sandy white beaches, and reasonable […]