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The Oaks Estate, a mansion owned by Lazydays RV co-founder Donald Wallace and his wife Erika, is a French-Normandy country-style gated manor build on Lake Thonotosassa listed on the market with an asking price of $17.5 million.
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A sprawling country estate built for the founder of Lazydays RV is listed for sale at $22 million. It is four stories, 36,361 square feet and has eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 16 half bathrooms and elevator access to all levels. There's a seven-car garage on the property, as well as a two-story guesthouse, pool house, and a six-bay horse stable and barn.
New Federal Housing Administration rules make it easier for first-time home buyers to purchase condos — and for developers to sell them. Since 2010, the FHA has limited condo mortgages to approved developments, with re-certification required every two years. Beginning Oct. 15, certification will be extended to three years.
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