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Friday, August 17, 2012

Underwater...what does it mean.

Well, UNDERWATER now officially has a new meaning. 

According to the 2012 update of the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, “underwater” in the real estate sense is defined as “having, relating to, or being a mortgage loan for which more is owed than the property securing the loan is worth.”

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Of course, if your property is underwater, please contact us to see if you are a candidate for a Property Tax Appeal in South Florida.  www.PTAGflorida.com

1 comment:

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