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September 2017

Found 8 blog entries for September 2017.

Boca Waterfront Real EstateNot surprisingly, waterfront homes and condos in Boca Raton are among the most sought-after properties you’ll find on the local real estate market, and often times the most expensive as well. As a Palm Beach County town that’s perhaps most celebrated for its amazingly stunning coastline, the good news for home buyers actively searching waterfront homes for sale in Boca Raton is that there’s usually plenty of options and opportunities to find that perfect beachfront or Intracoastal property, as long as you’re willing to pay the premium to secure it. 

With so many attractive and desirable waterfront communities in the Boca area, it’s hard to pinpoint which neighborhood has the most to offer, or best fits your individual needs and wants in a new place to

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Just sold! A 2BR condo at 6500 NW 2nd Ave #209 in Boca Teeca in Boca Raton

Sold price: $178,000.00

I had the pleasure of representing the seller of this amazing deluxe corner unit with the most square footage in the building. Close to the beach, Downtown Boca, and Mizner Park. Two beautiful bedroom suites, plus a den that is easily convertible to a bedroom, and separate dining room and living room. The master bedroom and living room lead out to a large screened and covered balcony with roll down shutters, and a fantastic eastern exposure with a view of community green space and pool. The Master bathroom has been updated, and second bathroom has been fully renovated. All wallpaper was removed and the unit has been newly painted, tiled throughout, all

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Downtown Boca Raton Real EstateThere’s plenty to do in Downtown Boca Raton, and not everyone who is looking for a new home or condo has to be situated on the beach believe it or not. From great shopping and dining options to plenty of local entertainment and seasonal festivals for residents to enjoy, there's a lot to love about calling downtown Boca Raton home, starting with the following reasons:

The Shopping

If shopping is your favorite pastime, you’re sure to enjoy discovering everything from vintage collections to designer fashions in Downtown Boca. The area is also flush with jewelry stores, the varied options of Mizner Park, plus home supplies and specialty shops.

The Dining

Downtown Boca Raton is also rich with countless opportunities to experience diverse dining.

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New Construction Homes in Boca When it comes to buying a new home there are several things to consider, including how well you’re protected in the case that something goes wrong down the line. The damage left in the wake of Hurricane Irma is just one more reminder of what new homebuyers need to research when buying new construction in Florida.

Home warranties

Homebuilders have a responsibility to ensure that new construction homes are habitable. This extends to a certain quality of workmanship so that, for instance, a roof doesn’t leak and the home’s heating and ac units actually work. While Florida law maintains certain requirements for builder warranties, you’ll want to clarify with a builder how long a warranty lasts and what it includes, making a written warranty a good idea

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Hurricane Irma has devastated much of Florida, and we in the Boca Raton area have emerged very lucky and intact compared to much of our state. As a business owner and real estate broker, what follows is my opinion of its impact on our local community and residential real estate market in its aftermath. 

I have read several studies about the effects of hurricanes on residential real estate. Considering previous major hurricanes in Florida starting with Hurricane Andrew in 1992, the number of real estate closings dropped sharply in the months immediately following the event. However, these numbers rebounded within 3 months. Median prices also dipped compared to the rate of change in the national market. Within a year of most major (Category 3 or above)

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Just Sold! A 3BR Home at 7229 Arcadia Court, in the Thornhill Mews Community in Boca Raton

Sold price: $647,000.00

I, along with my colleague Jeffrey Viselman, had the pleasure of working with the buyers of this fantastic home. The home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with over 1900 square feet of living space. Upgrades include a circular pavered driveway, amazing kosher style kitchen, hurricane windows, newer roof, and a salt water pool.

 The Thornhill Mews subdivision is in an excellent location within the Montoya Circle community. It a close walk to worship, near parks, shops, and restaurants. Best Boca schools including Weinbaum Yeshiva High School, Del Prado Elementary, Omni Middle, and Spanish River High. 

The Montoya Circle

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Let's face it, after a long and eventful Labor Day Weekend here in Boca Raton, which we hope you’re enjoying, chances are you’re going to need a strong cup of coffee to get you back in the swing of things come Tuesday morning. And lucky for you, we have quite the selection of top-notch coffee houses scattered all throughout the Boca area.

So whether you’re new to town, just visiting, or may just want to check out a new local coffee joint in town that you’ve yet to visit, featured below is just a short list of a few top coffee spots we like to frequent to kick off a new work week. And if coffee isn’t your thing, also keep in mind that each of these establishments also have a variety of other offerings as well, from tasty breakfast items to top-notch

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Boca Raton Luxury Homes For Sale Boca Raton is loaded with some of the most luxurious and most expensive real estate you’ll find anywhere in the country, and if you don’t believe us, consider this: at the time of this post, 17 homes were currently listed with an asking price over $10 million. 

But if that’s not convincing enough, try this: also at the time of this post, 632 homes were listed on the Boca Raton real estate market for $1 million or over, and that’s in a town that still only has a population of under 100,000 people. 

From sprawling beachfront mansions to traditional Mediterranean-style estates with thousands of square feet of living space, luxury homes and Boca Raton generally go hand-in-hand, and that’s not even considering all the luxury condos you’ll find available

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