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3224 Little Rd , Trinity - FL 34655

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About Jim Steele

Jim has extensive experience with buying and selling properties in the Tampa Bay area. He is professional and strives to exceed his client's expectations. His lending background gives him additional expertise as he has 15 years experience with originating mortgage loans. Jim is a Multi-Million Dollar producer and has been successful in today's challenging market.

He utilizes cutting edge technology to market and sell homes. He lives in the Trinity area with his wife Lori and children Ryan and Sydney. He is active in the local community theatre circle and can be seen on stage at any given time.

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Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Ever since childhood, I have seen the many faces of debt. A big statement, you might think, but my parents’ debt greatly impacted my life. When I look around, however, not everybody talks about debt as a dreadful experience. Why? Because they knew which loan to choose from so many different types of loans. And even if they have a hard time with their payments, they ...

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Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Are you in the midst of closing your homeowner’s insurance? Trying to save every little penny figuring all the insurance questions we always ask ourselves? Do I need Flood Insurance? What about earthquake? Is there any end in sight for this eternal money spending?Although we do recommend getting the most comprehensive homeowners insurance you can, let us ...

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Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Do you want to make a conversation with your friends more interesting? Start talking about the benefits of owning a home vs. renting one and you will see how many different opinions there are. Everybody will take sides, and at the end of your fight - because it’s very likely it will degenerate - you will still be left wondering what the pros and cons of buying a ...

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Questions To Ask When Buying A Condo For The First Time

Questions To Ask When Buying A Condo For The First Time

When my mother bought her first condo, she didn’t listen to anyone, not even to me, her own son. She was all by herself. Three years later, unable to keep up with the payments, she was forced to move out and recovered less money than she’d expected. I was crying inside because I couldn’t help her. Hopefully, you will let me help you avoid the same pain ...

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Real Estate Terms Every Home Buyer HAS To Know!

Real Estate Terms Every Home Buyer HAS To Know!

Real Estate can be tricky sometimes. Real Estate Agents use a lot of particular words and jargons that almost make a dialect of its own. And you, the home buyer, who just wants to find the perfect home and acquire it suddenly has to learn all of those weird real estate terms on your own to make sense of whatever the heck those real estate agents are talking about. You ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Assumption Fee

    Charge assessed a mortgagor by the mortgagee when assuming a pre-existing mortgage. The assumption fee is often included in the closing costs when purchasing property. ...

  • Functional Deficiency

    Negative characteristics about real property which do not meet the needs of the usual occupant. Examples are inadequate lighting in the rooms and a one-car garage when a two-car garage is required. ...

  • Gross Estate

    Sum total of all assets owned by the decedent to include personal property, real property, and trust property. ...

  • Keogh Plan (hr-10)

    Act first passed in 1962 that permits the self-employed individual to establish his or her own retirement plan. This individual can make nondeductible voluntary contributions and tax-deductible contributions subject to a maximum limit of 25% of earned income up to $30,000 for a defined contribution ...

  • Underwriter, Lay

    Individual who works in the home office of an insurance company and performs the function of underwriting to determine if an applicant is insurable at standard rates, substandard rates, insurable at preferred rates, or is uninsurable. ...

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