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387 pages

Florida Keys and Key West

Creator: Nancy Toppino | Travel - 2008-11-18

Throughout the Florida Keys, rentals primarily are classified as short-term and long-term. Short-term rental agreements range from a weekend to six months; anything exceeding six months is considered a long-term rental. However, to ...

Publisher: Globe Pequot

About this book
An exceedingly popular retirement area with a delightful climate, the Florida Keys tempt many. With Insiders’ Guide® to the Florida Keys and Key West, you have at your fingertips information on visiting and relocating to the very sunny part of the state, from Key Largo to Key West. Written by a local who understands the needs of the traveler and potential new resident, this newly revised and fully updated 13th edition offers a personal and practical perspective of the Keys.



472 pages

Florida For Dummies

Creator: Lesley Abravanel | Travel - 2005-07-22

Lesley Abravanel. If you want information about the major rental-car companies serving Florida, see the Appendix in the back of this guide. ... On top of the standard rental prices, other optional charges apply to most car rentals. The Collision ...

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

About this book
From the Gold Coast to the Gulf Coast, the Everglades to theme parks, bustling Miami to historic St. Augustine, water sports to relaxing resorts, Florida offers infinite, intriguing variety. Whether you want to ride the waves or ride the roller coasters, take in the sites or soak up the sun, this friendly guide is your key to fun in the Sunshine State with info. on: The top ten beaches Favorite Florida foods and where to get them Theme-park hopping and fantastic shopping How to get around Wildlife, night life, and culture Like every For Dummies travel guide, Florida For Dummies, Third Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn't miss-and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages



504 pages

Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law

Creator: Linda L. Crawford, David S. Coleman | Business & Economics - 2003-11-01

I RENTAL LISTS AND RENTAL COMPANIES The routine activities of most brokerage firms often include requests ... Notice PURSUANT TO FLORIDA LAW: If the rental information provided under this contract is not current or accurate in any ...

Publisher: Dearborn Real Estate

About this book
Dearborn's "Practice and Law supplements are the premier source for current and detailed information about state real estate license laws and regulations. These state specific supplements work in conjunction with any of Dearborn's best selling principles texts, including: "Modern Real Estate Practice, Real Estate Fundamentals, or "Mastering Real Estate Principles.


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  • Mariner Books

    Florida

    Book (Mariner Books)

    Rating (41 reviews):
    (2.8/5)
    Mariner Books

    Florida, a novel , is the fascinating tale of the demise of a wealthy family .

    4/5 Sue Pontius - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Florida: A Novel (Kindle Edition) Told from the viewpoint of it's youngest member , each character become a living person through her interactions with each, and at different ages in her life. You don't come to care about them, so much as wish to know their motivations . The young narrator is herself unsure of why they behave as they do. But keeps picturing important events and each family members reaction to them. It's as if her family is a puzzle to her, and she wishes to make of them a complete picture . As she ages and matures , she frees herself, little by little, to find herself able to lead a satisfying life, while staying connected to the relatives. This is a very well written book, some times funny, more often sad, but never boring . These eccentric characters come gradually, yet steadily, to be living people . One may not like them, yet it is difficult to forget their peculiarities and passions . Very thought provoking read. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 5, 2015

    No in between

    If you have lived with mental illness in your family, I believe that you can understand many parts of this story. If you haven't, it will probably be pretty foreign or have an entirely different meaning for you. There many analogies in this story to connect with the characters that go far beyond Alice being a virtual orphan. Note how bad relationships for both Alices have "Walters". Florida, a sunny warm place, represents safety for both Alices, yet they both remain in cold climates until the mother Alice gets out of the San from which she really isn't cured. Daughter Alice is functioning, but has many of her own issues which can be seen to be represented by her remaining living in the cold climes of New York. As is often the case, Uncle Billy and Aunt Frances have finally discovered that they have, if not love, then a deep acceptance for one another foibles, in their old age. This is often a real happening. Once couples hit a certain age or place in their in... 5/5 applesmom - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Florida: A Novel (Kindle Edition) If you have lived with mental illness in your family, I believe that you can understand many parts of this story. If you haven't, it will probably be pretty foreign or have an entirely different meaning for you. There many analogies in this story to connect with the characters that go far beyond Alice being a virtual orphan. Note how bad relationships for both Alices have "Walters". Florida, a sunny warm place, represents safety for both Alices, yet they both remain in cold climates until the mother Alice gets out of the San from which she really isn't cured. Daughter Alice is functioning, but has many of her own issues which can be seen to be represented by her remaining living in the cold climes of New York. As is often the case, Uncle Billy and Aunt Frances have finally discovered that they have, if not love, then a deep acceptance for one another foibles, in their old age. This is often a real happening. Once couples hit a certain age or place in their in... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 24, 2014

    The sunshine state: a paradise of dreams, a desert of expectations

    Her father dead from a mysterious car accident, her mother sent to a sanatorium, ten-year-old Alice Fivey continues to experience life as a series of disappointments and occasional prospects, living with various relatives, including her Aunt Frances and Uncle Billy and the aged, bedridden, spectacularly rich Nonna. Aching from the emotional damage wreaked by her mother's various boyfriends (collectively referred to as "Walter"), she manages to find solace from the chauffeur Arthur and from a teacher, Mr. Early. But the psychic wounds run deep; this unofficial orphan struggles to find warmth in the cold tundra of a Minnesota-like state. Like her mother, she dreams of sunshine and escape in a faraway, make-believe Florida.I loved the first half of this novel; both the prose and Alice are alive on every page. To some extent, the novel reads like a puzzle as the pieces of this lonely child's life fall into place. Schutt disregards chronology and plot, but Alice's story is... 3/5 D. Cloyce Smith (Brooklyn, NY) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Florida (Paperback) Her father dead from a mysterious car accident, her mother sent to a sanatorium, ten-year-old Alice Fivey continues to experience life as a series of disappointments and occasional prospects, living with various relatives, including her Aunt Frances and Uncle Billy and the aged, bedridden, spectacularly rich Nonna. Aching from the emotional damage wreaked by her mother's various boyfriends (collectively referred to as "Walter"), she manages to find solace from the chauffeur Arthur and from a teacher, Mr. Early. But the psychic wounds run deep; this unofficial orphan struggles to find warmth in the cold tundra of a Minnesota-like state. Like her mother, she dreams of sunshine and escape in a faraway, make-believe Florida.I loved the first half of this novel; both the prose and Alice are alive on every page. To some extent, the novel reads like a puzzle as the pieces of this lonely child's life fall into place. Schutt disregards chronology and plot, but Alice's story is... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 3, 2012
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  • University Press of Florida

    New Histories of Pre-Columbian Florida (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series)

    Book (University Press of Florida)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    University Press of Florida

    Definitely worth reading.

    5/5 nick yarbrough - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: New Histories of Pre-Columbian Florida (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series) (Hardcover) A very good book for people who are seriously interested in pre-Columbian Florida archaeology. It is a collection of academic articles sewn together to re-examine this subject. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 13, 2016
    List Price: $79.95


  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    Life at the Edge: Life at Edgewater Beach Condominium in Destin Florida

    Book (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)
    List Price: $14.95


  • Atlantic Publishing Group Inc.

    The Second Homeowner's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Vacation, Income, Retirement, And Investment

    Book (Atlantic Publishing Group Inc.)

    Rating (12 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Atlantic Publishing Group Inc.

    Covers things very well, except for the downturn

    4/5 ProfTom - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Second Homeowner's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Vacation, Income, Retirement, And Investment (Paperback) Most of the books on this subject were written before the housing crisis, like 2008 or earlier. Since then, of course, many folks have lost a great deal of money in their second homes, and the VRBO trick probably only helps a little. But it helps, if keeping the property is what you really want to do. It's still very good advice on how to run this "business." Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 22, 2012

    Too elementary

    1/5 JagSam - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Second Homeowner's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Vacation, Income, Retirement, And Investment (Paperback) Very disappointed in this book. Anyone with the least bit of experience or knowledge will not learn anything here. I suppose if you are 20 years old and have never owned property before, it might be helpful. But the book is far to shallow for anyone else. There are about 260 pages of text, very large font (fewer words on a page) so it is just not very detailed. And reviewer Dr. Jena is right, there's very little useful information on vacation homes as a second home/investment. You could learn a lot more by talking to a realtor for half an hour. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 17, 2013

    Just as advertised.

    5/5 Jennifer Finstad - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Second Homeowner's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Vacation, Income, Retirement, And Investment (Paperback) Good order. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 13, 2017
    List Price: $21.95


  • Landlording Hurts! Unless...: Why Lease Options Rule! The Best Real Estate Investment Strategy For Rental Property Owners

    eBooks

    Rating (5 reviews):
    (2.6/5)

    ... by tenants who manipulate the system I can highly recommend this quick read

    5/5 Steve L. - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Landlording Hurts! Unless...: Why Lease Options Rule! The Best Real Estate Investment Strategy For Rental Property Owners (Kindle Edition) As a property owner who has been taken to the cleaners by tenants who manipulate the system I can highly recommend this quick read. The method explained gives the tenant an incentive to take care of the property and pay the rent on time. Thanks for sharing! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 23, 2015

    Would have rated no stars if I could've

    1/5 David (MOSINEE, WI, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Landlording Hurts! Unless...: Why Lease Options Rule! The Best Real Estate Investment Strategy For Rental Property Owners (Kindle Edition) This book, well it really wasn't a book, it was really a continuous plug to go to their website, was not worth the little bit of time it took me to read it. I am extremely disappointed. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 17, 2015

    Not much content of value

    1/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Landlording Hurts! Unless...: Why Lease Options Rule! The Best Real Estate Investment Strategy For Rental Property Owners (Kindle Edition) This book contains mostly the author's bad experiences as a landlord and not much about lease options. Not worth the $3.99. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 20, 2016



  • St. Martin's Paperbacks

    Summer Rental: A Novel

    Book (St. Martin's Paperbacks)

    Rating (575 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    St. Martin's Paperbacks

    Boring, Endless Whining

    2/5 Horselady - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Summer Rental: A Novel (Kindle Edition) Got this from the library on CD. This author must be a wanna-be interior decorator. This is the 2nd novel recently that I listened to where she goes into agonizing detail describing a trashed house . This took up almost all of CD#1, which I skipped. Still going on #2. Then there are the annoying emails from Ellis, one of the main characters, to the landlord, which are read including the headers.Then the whining starts. And it goes on and on. There is a subplot with another character, but it's pretty predictable. I just can't finish this book. It's going back to the library. I got to disc 4 and was sick of the whole thing. Don't waste your time unless you enjoy a lot of whining . Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 25, 2016

    3.5 stars

    4/5 Boo (USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Summer Rental: A Novel (Kindle Edition) I liked this book. It might be that I'm heading to the Outer Banks for vacation soon, but this really is a fun little summer read. We all have that small group of friends who have known us our entire lives, and we all wish we could have month-long getaways with those girls. It's a very relatable story. My only gripe--I honestly think the book could have done without Maryn/Madison's story...it was unnecessary and added nothing to the plot. It seemed very contrived and somewhat forced into the story for some added drama and intrigue. But it simply didn't work. Nevertheless, if you plan on relaxing on the beach this summer, be sure to take this book with you. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 9, 2017

    I liked it, but the dialogue got on my nerves!

    This was a pretty good beach read about three female childhood friends. They rent a beach house for the entire month of August. The beach house turns out to be not as nice as they had expected. After a few complaints through email to the landlord, the house becomes tolerable. The landlord ends up being a sexy guy that has his eyes set on one of the three women. All three women have professional careers: teacher, model, and a high-up banker. Problems in the women's lives and secrets are revealed as the story progresses. About halfway through the story a suspenseful subplot forms which takes away from the beach scene just a little bit.I gave the story four stars instead of five because of the character's dialogue. All three of the 35 years old women spoke like a college-aged kid. They spoke words like: totally...dude...swishy (referring to a gay man). Also, the landlord had quite a nickname for his ex-wife's current husband, which was F-face. Really??? I don't know any 35... 4/5 Karen (Midland, NC) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Summer Rental: A Novel (Kindle Edition) This was a pretty good beach read about three female childhood friends. They rent a beach house for the entire month of August. The beach house turns out to be not as nice as they had expected. After a few complaints through email to the landlord, the house becomes tolerable. The landlord ends up being a sexy guy that has his eyes set on one of the three women. All three women have professional careers: teacher, model, and a high-up banker. Problems in the women's lives and secrets are revealed as the story progresses. About halfway through the story a suspenseful subplot forms which takes away from the beach scene just a little bit.I gave the story four stars instead of five because of the character's dialogue. All three of the 35 years old women spoke like a college-aged kid. They spoke words like: totally...dude...swishy (referring to a gay man). Also, the landlord had quite a nickname for his ex-wife's current husband, which was F-face. Really??? I don't know any 35... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 19, 2013
    List Price: $7.99



  • McGraw-Hill Education

    The Complete Guide to Investing in Rental Properties (Real Estate)

    Book (McGraw-Hill Education)
    List Price: $26.00


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