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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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34210 US Highway 19 North , Palm Harbor - FL 34684

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

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    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. ...

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    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 ...

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    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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Buying A Home In Bluffton SC

Buying a home has always been one of the most important financial decisions we had to make as we worked our way up on the social ladder. It is a decision that is not taken lightly and for some people, it can be stressful, but exciting as well. The unique feeling you get when you reach the doorstep of your own home is unmatched and you get a genuine sense of ...

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Living In Estero FL

There are a lot of cities on Florida’s Gulf Coast. In the panhandle, the city of Pensacola is known for its historic air base, as well as being a surprisingly affordable place to live. Further down the coast, the city of Tampa has gained a reputation as one of Florida’s most attractive young metropolitan cities, experiencing rapid population growth in recent ...

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Tips For Realtors: Getting More Clients

As a realtor, there are a lot of different areas of your job that you need to focus on to put food on the table. You need to know how to gauge a buyer’s interest, in order to ascertain how interested they are in your listing. You need to establish trust between you and your clients, so they know you’re worthy of their business. It’s also important to ...

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The Trust Shared Between A Real Estate Agent And Their Client

The Trust Shared Between A Real Estate Agent And Their Client

Buying or selling real estate is something most of us experience at some point in our lives. The process can be long and difficult sometimes but in the end a successful transaction is profoundly rewarding. Closing a transaction on a home for a first time home buyer will put a big smile on their face, knowing that they have achieved their dream of homeownership. Selling ...

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Millennials: Good Or Bad For The Real Estate Market?

Millennials: Good Or Bad For The Real Estate Market?

Over the years, the landscape of the housing market has changed dramatically. As the older generation grows even older, a new group is coming into their own as the face of the housing market: millennials. These home buyers are faced with a new set of daunting challenges when it comes to buying a home, and realtors face an entirely different set of challenges when ...

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