A luxury oasis in the heart of Downtown Boca Raton:  $1,365,000.00

 228 E Boca Raton Rd

 

This elegant and timeless British West Indies-inspired townhome, built in 2001, has been meticulously maintained, boasts 10' ceilings, abundant natural light, all impact windows, and a state of the art kitchen. The A/C, pool heater, hot water tank, and W/D are all new. A brick paved walkway leads you to a solid mahogany security gate, a private covered courtyard entrance with lush foliage and the soothing sounds of a decorative water fountain. You will love coming home to this oasis in the middle of prestigious Downtown Boca Raton.

Enjoy an amazing new gourmet kitchen just right for for cooking and hosting, with fantastic upgrades: All new quartz…

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16300 Via Venetia N, Delray Beach: $720,000.00

 

 

Enjoy easy living in this one story, 4 BR+ office/den home on an extra large private lot, with a fantastic open floor plan and high ceilings, in beautiful Mizner’s Preserve! Every bedroom has its own bathroom and the master bedroom features three custom walk-in closets.

Natural sunlight streams in through lots of large windows and the whole interior has been painted in neutral colors. You have great storage in your 3-car garage, one of which has been turned into a storage room and can easily be converted back.  Start or end your day in your own private haven by the pool/patio or grassy area behind your home with only landscaping behind you. 

 

 

 

Mizners Preserve is a…

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June’s performance for the Palm Beach County real estate market for existing homes largely reflected the prevailing trends that we had seen for 2018 thus far, as revealed in the latest market statistics from Florida Realtors.

Closed Sales

Overall, 50 fewer single-family homes sold in Palm Beach County in June 2018 as compared to June 2017, a 2.7% decline. Meanwhile, 60 more condos and townhouses sold this past June, an increase of 4.9% compared to the same period the previous year. The number of closed sales year to date (January-June 2018) did not change from the previous year for single-family homes and rose 4.3% for condos/townhomes. 

Inventory

The absence of sales growth (especially in single-family homes) of the past couple of years is due…

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 If you are thinking of buying or selling a property in the Boca Raton area, you probably have some preconceived ideas about the process. Here are a few of the common misconceptions that we agents encounter:

  1. You should list your house a little bit higher than the market to leave room for negotiating. Anyhow, if it is priced too high you can always lower it.
    Listing your home at too high a price might actually result in you getting less than if you had priced it properly from the start. With virtually all buyers doing research online, they are very well-informed about the state of the market and what prices should be. Buyers and their agents will not look at a property that they perceive as overpriced. The more buyers that see your house, the…

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Florida is one of only seven states that does not have an income tax, the others being Alaska, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. Florida has been a popular retirement destination for years because of its great location and climate, but as more people are able to work remotely, the no-tax incentive is attracting non-retirees as well.

Now there is even more of an impetus for people to relocate to Florida with last year’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which limits the deductibility of state and local taxes (SALT) starting in 2018. Some of the states with the highest income taxes are California, New York, and New Jersey. With rates ranging from close to 9% up to over 13%, the inability to deduct these taxes strikes a huge financial blow to…

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