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With beautiful weather and a bustling economy, the Florida coast is home to people from all walks of life. If you choose to live along the Gulf of Mexico, Team Sandy Blanton can assist you with your search for the perfect home. With a new office in Pensacola located at 900 East Cross Street, Sandy Blanton and his team have the experience and knowledge to help you successfully buy or sell your property. Use this website to search for local listings and browse through neighborhoods. A variety of information is also available for buyers and sellers including access to free school reports and relocation packages, neighborhood information, and things to do in the Pensacola area! Discover everything Florida has to offer, and we look forward to guiding you through the home-buying or selling process! "Who's #1 in Pensacola Real Estate? We Think You Are!" We at Team Sandy Blanton live by that motto and strive to make this website your #1 resource for Pensacola real estate and surrounding areas. Check back often for updates and even more tools aimed at helping you, our client, in the sale or purchase of Pensacola area properties as well as providing tons of useful information.
A Little About the Pensacola Area:
Pensacola is located in Florida’s Western Panhandle and offers a variety of activities in and out of the water to residents. With more than 50 miles of shoreline along the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola provides public water access – including boat ramps and beaches – for boating, swimming, fishing, and other water sports. Other recreational opportunities are available at many of the area’s parks, recreation centers, and golf courses. Check out our "Things to Do" page for more details about the local activites and a calendar of events.
Pensacola enjoys a unique history that includes being part of five different nations – Spain, France, Great Britain, The Confederate States of America, and The United States of America. Residents celebrate the city’s founding with The Fiesta of Five Flags, an annual festival event held in the summer. Pensacola also boasts the Seville Historic District, one of the state’s oldest intact neighborhoods, and Old Christ Church, Florida’s oldest church built in 1832.
Downtown Pensacola also has a lot to offer residents and visitors alike. Numerous small shops are located in this historic area as well as assorted cafes, restaurants and galleries as well as antique stores and flea markets. University of West Florida, chosen by US News magazine as one of the nation’s best colleges and universities, is only one of the many excellent schools in the area. Check out the "About Our Area" for even more information about the place we are proud to call home!
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Real Estate Contracts >Should You Read Every Word
Buying a house involves a lot of paperwork. There can be several pages to the contract itself, plus the various addendum and contingencies. If you apply for a loan, there will be another stack of documents at the closing table. Although your real estate agent reviews the transaction, it is extremely important that you understand the papers you are signing.
If a dispute arises, the outcome will be governed by how the contracts actually read, not what you thought your real estate agent told you when you signed them. To avoid confusion, it is a good idea to pick up copies of the purchase agreements and closing papers ahead of time. This will allow you to read them at your leisure, without the pressure of several people waiting for you to read everything at the closing. Don't hesitate ask questions if you don't understand something or if the language is ambiguous or confusing.
Where is the world's largest wine cellar, and how big is it?
A company in the center of the wine-growing district of South Africa has a cellar that covers an area of 54 acres and has a capacity of 27 million gallons.
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