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Real Estate Investment Opportunity | 26 Silver Oak Circle Kissimmee, FL 34743

26 Silver Oak Circle Kissimmee FL 34743The Tania Matthews Team of Keller Williams Classic III Realty has just listed quaint townhome in Kissimmee, FL 34743. Located in the Buenaventura Lakes Silver Park Villas subdivision; 26 Silver Oak Circle is a great Buy & Hold with an approximate 10% ROI, a perfect investment opportunity for any level investor.

This beautifully maintained 2 bedroom 2 bath townhome has 954 square feet of living space. Interior features include wood laminate flooring in the entry and living area, new lighting fixtures in the hallway and living room, with a fresh coat of paint on the interior walls, along with a fully equipped kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, breakfast bar, and tiled floors. 

Floor Plan Distribution:

  • Kitchen: 11×10
  • Living Room: 13×13
  • Master Bedroom: 13×11
  • 2nd Bedroom: 12×11

Located in an established community that offers 2 community pools, this villa is only minutes away from The Loop, an outdoor mall located at the corner of John Young Parkway and Osceola Parkway with plenty of retail shopping (Kohl’s, Sports Authority, Ross, Bed Bath & Beyond, Yankee Candle, Claires, Sunglass Hut, and more) and dining opportunities (Chipotle, Jimmy Johns, Tuscan Pizza, Little Greek, Johnny Rockets, Chilis, and more), along a movie theater for family fun. The property is also strategically located near the 417, Turnpike, and Orlando Internation Airport. 

26 Silver Oak Circle Kissimmee, FL 34743 is currently listed at $82,000 and will sell fast.

Interested in investing in real estate? Or are you looking into buying a home or selling a property of your own? Please feel free to reach out.

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We’re not your typical Kissimmee Realtor. We’re a real estate team consisting of different talents, strengths, and backgrounds. Coming together to achieve a common goal. Helping you.

Contact:
Tania Matthews Team
info@TaniaMatthewsTeam.com
1200 Oakley Seaver Rd. Suite 109
Clermont, FL 34711
407.917.7190

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Rain, Rain, Go Away. June 1st Starts Hurricane Season.

Hurricane season starts June 1st.

Being prepared is key to keeping yourself and your home safe from Mother Nature and all her might. We’ll go over essential hurricane safety tips to ensure you’re prepared if a hurricane makes landfall and know how to handle the situation.

Hurricane Safety Tips

  • Hurricane preseason preparation
  • When a hurricane watch or warning is issued
  • Before a hurricane
  • During a hurricane
  • After a hurricane

Hurricane Preseason Preparation

  • Be prepared.
  • Have a plan.
  • If you live close to the coast, know all of the evacuation routes.
  • Double check and verify your home meets the building codes for withstanding hurricanes. Having storm shutters is a good idea.
  • Make sure to keep proper tools and supplies in stock. Like a first aid kit.
  • Make sure to have plenty of batteries in stock and enough flashlights.
  • Stock up your pantry with nonperishable and canned food.

What to do when a hurricane watch or warning is issued

  • If possible, leave low-lying areas. They’re the most susceptible to flash flooding.
  • Make sure to protect your windows with storm shutters or plywood boards to protect them from any flying debris.
  • Secure outside furniture and objects by bringing them inside or tying them down.
  • Make sure to have plenty of fuel and water. It’s best to do this early before gas stations and grocers become a madhouse.
  • We can’t iterate it enough. Make sure to have enough water and food for several days.
  • If an evacuation is called for your area. It’s a good idea to do so immediately.

Before a hurricane

  • Be ready to put your preparation and plan into action if the hurricane makes landfall.
  • Pay close attention to the local weather reports on the radio, television, or online.
  • Make sure to have your house boarded up or have storm shutters in place.
  • Once again, have plenty of food and water.
  • Make sure all flashlights, lanterns, candles, matches, first aid kits, and any other supplies are readily available.
  • Have a secure room available if anything were to happen.

During a hurricane

  • Don’t go outside.
  • Stay away from the windows.
  • Stay in your secure room, safe from any falling debris.
  • Have your supplies on hand.
  • Monitor weather and civil service bulletins on the radio or tune into the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

After a hurricane

  • Make sure that it’s definitely safe to go outside and that the hurricane has completely passed.
  • Report any downed power lines and be sure to stay away from them.
  • Use your stored food and bottled water.
  • Don’t drink from the water lines as they could have been contaminated from flooding.
  • And most of all. Be patient.

If you find yourself in a life-threatening situation, be sure to call 911 immediately.

And in the unfortunate event that your home is in need of any water damage restoration, flood damage restoration, or storm damage restoration, be sure to contact Emergency Restoration Services before any significant and permanent damage is done to your home or property.

Have any tips to add? Let us know in the comments.


We’re not your typical Orlando Realtor. We’re a real estate team consisting of different talents, strengths, and backgrounds. Coming together to achieve a common goal. Helping you.

Contact:
Tania Matthews Team
info@TaniaMatthewsTeam.com
1200 Oakley Seaver Rd. Suite 109
Clermont, FL 34711
407.917.7190