Bank Owned Foreclosure Sailboat Access Duplex Unique Buying Opportunity Yacht Club Cape Coral Florida

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Zen Real Estate alerts cash flow and equity investment buyers or retiree buyers in Southwest Florida of an opportunity to purchase a bank owned foreclosure sailboat access duplex within walking distance of downtown Cape Coral, Florida in the Yacht Club neighborhood at a potential cash flow and equity price of $125,000 or $62.13 a square foot.

When a bank owned foreclosure, direct sailboat access home comes onto the market it is usually undervalued and sells within days,

A bank owned foreclosure, Cape Coral, Florida, sailboat access duplex that is listed at $125,000 and is within strolling distance to downtown Cape Coral, Florida could be an investor’s dream. Zen Real Estate (http://www.AskZenRealEstate.com) Broker Robin Speronis alerts buyers of sailboat access, duplex houses that both a rare cash flow and equity opportunity exist in Cape Coral, Florida.

“When a bank owned foreclosure, direct sailboat access home comes onto the market it is usually undervalued and sells within days, ” states Robin Speronis, expert and insider on Southwest Florida real estate. Speronis goes on to say, ?”The challenge will be for investors to find these cash flow, equity properties as soon as they come onto the market for sale. A real time MLS real estate search engine will be a must in order to have a competitive edge.”

This duplex was built in 1975 has western exposure and a dock and the total square footage is 2,012. The construction is concrete block with a circular drive. Both sides are 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with a screened porch. The duplex needs cleaning, updating and repairs and is in a neighborhood of many seasonal rentals.

The website http://www.AskZenRealEstate.com has details and pictures on this duplex in Cape Coral, Florida. Broker Robin Speronis is also available to answer questions on this property as well as other properties in Southwest Florida through an integrated chat feature on the website.

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