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Boca Expert Realty Real Estate Blog

If you are looking for Boca Raton homes for sale,  do I have a gem for you! This home is located in Seacrest Estates and is beautiful inside and out.

This home is truly one not to miss. Located in Boynton Beach, it was built in 1961 but has been updated tremendously well;  the new pergo floors and the LG stainless steel appliances (to name just a few upgrades) make the home simply luxurious. 

        Boca Raton Real Estate - 191 SE 27th Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL

Enjoy the two bedrooms with one and a half baths within its approximately 1,052 square feet of living space.  Outside, you will find the screened in pool and patio area absolutely irresistible. With poolside views of the large, lushly landscaped yard you will surely want to be spending lots of time outdoors (or at least looking at it).  This home is

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  1. 2007 Florida Association of Realtors® (FAR) President Nancy Riley says, “Florida Realtors know buying a home is a very personal investment – an investment in a family’s future. Although research shows it is the largest single investment most families make and helps to provide security for the future, owning a home isn't just a financial investment. Ownership is about having a place to call home: a place where families build a future and become part of a community.
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  1. Studies show that home equity is still the largest single source of household wealth, both for the individual homeowner and for homeowners as a group. Home value is the most important single aspect for homeowners.
  1. Owning a home leads to increased personal well-being. Research shows that people who own their own homes tend to show higher levels of personal esteem and life satisfaction, which in turn helps to make homeowners and their children more productive members of society.
  1. Studies show that children raised in homes owned by their families are more likely to stay in school and more likely to graduate high school. They’re also shown to have a higher lifetime annual income.
  1. People who own homes have a strong financial
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  1. Let’s take a look at the weather. If you think the hurricanes we experienced are going to have long-term effects on the Florida real estate market, consider this tidbit from Fortune Magazine.  It recently reported, “Economists and geographers who have studied how natural disasters affect real estate values have generally found there to be no lasting impact.
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Let’s take a look at some of the opportunities and positive indicators for the future of Florida’s real estate market. This list was provided by the Florida Association of Realtors. It shows many reasons why now is a great time to buy property in Florida. I will highlight five of these in each blog post:
  1. Long-term economic and demographic trends continue to favor Florida. By 2010 it has been forecast that Florida will be the third most populated state in the country. Florida’s population is expected to increase about 75 percent by 2030. Florida demonstrates a long history of strong growth. It has been one of the 10 fastest-growing states in the U.S. for each of the past seven decades, and often it has been in the top four, according to census
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Great value, absolutely perfect condition. Open, bright second floor carriage home in Eastbrooke/ Boca Country Club. True 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, 2003 Total square feet, 1657 Under Air sq Ft. Soaring cathedral ceilings, eat-in kitchen, screened porch, garden view. New pergo wood floors, new washer and dryer, accordian hurricane shutters, service contract, more!

Long driveway leads to spacious one car garage. New roof to be installed summer 2008.

Boca Country Club is a guard gated community in East Boca close to shopping, beaches, highways. Country Club membership is available but not mandatory.

One of Boca's best kept secrets!!!


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Do you know your Mullions from your Muntins? Your Girders from your Beams? Your window from your sash?
I'm embarrassed to say that even though I have been a top producing Boca Raton FL Realtor for over ten years, I wasn't even sure about some of these.
Please see the attached article by Arrol Gellner answering some of these questions. I thought it was really interesting! And please post a comment if you have some others to add!
Have a great Memorial Day weekend!
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YES.... according to an article on the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal on May 6, 2008.

The reality is that the market usually shakes out and stabilizes. I am not an economist, but it is clear to me that the reduction in values has some positives. One of the major problems with the Boca Raton real estate market in the past few years is that many people could not afford to buy a home. Local governments worked to create "workforce housing" plans which would enable policemen, teachers, etc to afford homes. This is no longer the case, and with the market declines it is now possible for salaried workers to afford to buy homes in the Boca Raton and Palm Beach County area.

According to the article, the market will improve because "normal people

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For the past couple of months, I have felt an increase in activity. I am very optimistic that the real estate market is picking up. My own personal production has increased as well as that of my company. Well now I have the statistics to back up my claims!The number of closed sales of Boca Raton real estate increased almost 40% from March to April. April had 290 closed transactions, with an average time on market of approximately six months and a sale price/list price ratio of almost 89%. Although prices are remaining relatively constant, the number of transactions is increasing and I feel that this reflects the readiness of sellers to accept the current market reality and to price their properties properly. In any case, amidst all of the depressing

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