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About Kim Adams

Licensed Real Estate Agent serving Pinellas and Pasco Counties. Cities include Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor, Clearwater, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Holiday, Hudson, and surrounding area.

I apply proven successful real estate strategies to get buyers and sellers to the closing table quickly.

Call today and I will be happy to talk to you and work in meeting all of your real estate needs.

I was also a licensed real estate agent for 5 years in Indiana.

I currently serve on the board of directors with the Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce and the Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce and was the Palm Harbor Honorary Mayor 2016-2017.

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Kim Adams

Kim Adams

1-727-300-6560

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Fixture

    A fixed asset whose utility is derived from its physical attachment to a property and which usually cannot value or damage. A fixture, under the terms of a lease or other agreement, can be detached. ...

  • Holdover Tenant

    Tenant that stays in the leased property after the expiration date if the lease. He can be evicted or given a new rental agreement. ...

  • Secured Note

    Written obligation of a borrower that is backed by collateral in the event of default. The lender must assure himself that the market value of the security equals or exceeds the amount of the debt. ...

  • Passive Loss Rules

    Rules passed as part of the tax reform act of 1986 that limit the amount of income investors can shelter from current tax. Losses can be deducted from passive activities only in the amount to which income results from passive activities. Furthermore, losses from one passive activity can be used only ...

  • Risk Financing

    Utilization of source (s) of funds to pay for losses. Source (s) of funds can be classified as: internal a RETENTION program is established to use funds from within the organization to pay for losses. external a transfer program (generally through the purchase of INSURANCE) is established to use fun ...

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5 Real Estate Marketing Ideas For 2020

5 Real Estate Marketing Ideas For 2020

  The new year is finally here, and with it, a bevvy of new opportunities to explore in the real estate business. The world of real estate is constantly changing and evolving, and a good realtor needs to constantly keep themselves updated on new marketing strategies for real estate agents.    With that in mind, we’ve put together this list of ...

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Pros And Cons Of Living In Boca Raton

Pros And Cons Of Living In Boca Raton

  There is a lot to be said for living in Boca Raton FL. Beautiful weather, beautiful beaches and beautiful houses are just a few of the many, many pros of living in this gorgeous city. But, just like any other city, there are a fair few downsides to living here. Housing prices are astronomical, and property crime rate is even higher than the national average. ...

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Home Loans With 0 Down Payment

Home Loans With 0 Down Payment

Mary V. has always adored the fairytales her mother used to read before going to bed. Since then, she had been dreaming of her own place to call home, which gradually became smaller and smaller. She left behind the gold-plated palaces and castles of her childhood memories, and now, in her early 20s, she would be more than happy to live in a small cozy one-story house ...

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How Can You Improve Your Credit Score?

How Can You Improve Your Credit Score?

The almighty Credit Score: The banking industry revolves around it. Landlords demand it. And everybody is concerned about their three digits that reveal how well they are doing financially. The FICO® Score and the VantageScore are two systems that measure your creditworthiness. Both can be between 300 and 850. Of course, the higher, the better. Understanding credit ...

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All About The USDA Loans

All About The USDA Loans

What does any real estate agent listed on RealEstateAgent.com appreciate more at homebuyers? Their flexibility and their openness when it comes to exploring the many different types of loans that are available for them. In this article, we will explain how USDA loans work. In fact, Section 502 Single-Family Rural Housing Loans can have two forms. The first one is the ...

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