Waterfront Property Specialist

A delectable Hatteras LRC ()Long Range Range Cruiser) partially visible, moored in front of an equally delectable home near downtown Sarasota

A delectable Hatteras LRC (Long Range Range Cruiser) partially visible, moored in front of an equally delectable home near downtown Sarasota.

I’m a boat nut who happens to be a Realtor, so specializing in waterfront properties is a natural fit. If you think the main purpose of a home (or second or third home) is to serve as a place to tie your boat(s) then you’ve come to the right place. I’m in love with boats, boating, and waterfront delights, and that means it’s not just my job to help you get what you want — it’s my pleasure and privilege!

Just as they offer unique benefits, waterfront homes in Sarasota Florida also present unique challenges. Federal, state, and local laws, to say nothing of building codes and community restrictions, have all been changing over the years. If you buy a house built in the ’80s, which regulations are you required to adhere to? What else do you need to know before you assume ownership — and responsibility?

Excitement and passion are the first things I bring to your home-buying experience … Due diligence is the second. That means asking the right questions, and knowing when to involve experts who know the rules of waterfront real estate inside and out.

One of those experts is David Levin,  noted waterfront real estate attorney with Icard Merrill. He is the authority in this area, and using him to close the transaction means that the important issues, the ones that can cost you time, money, and enjoyment (and living on the water is all about enjoyment), get addressed up front. We’ll have him involved every step of the way.

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