This immaculate two bedroom and two and a half bath CBS townhouse features a large fenced courtyard patio,and was completely remodeled in 2015. The interior of this town home boats upgrades which include new diagonal 20x20 porcelain tile throughout (including stairs), custom mirrors, and six panel interior doors. The kitchen has been fitted with updated white cabinets, stainless steel frigidaire appliances (1 year old), new faucet and granite countertops. All bathrooms have been updated with water efficient toilets, new fixtures, and granite counters in master bath. Alarm system, new central AC (1 year), new roof in 2015 (no assessments), new high end LG washer & dryer. Dining chandelier, living and guest room fans do not convey .Monthly HOA fee…
Great looking, immaculate CBS townhouse/villa, which is situated on the lake in Jupiter Village.Property has been remodeled with oak cabinets in kitchen and bathrooms, 16'' ceramic tile in main living areas, berber carpet in bedrooms, Hunter ceiling fans, a full size washer and dryer, alarm system, large screened and tiled patio with ceiling fan overlooking lake, storage area off patio and accordion hurricane shutters. Jupiter Village offers a community pool, children's playground, multiple parks, fitness trail, and racquetball & basketball courts. No pet restrictions in this community! Great location, and is just minutes to Jupiter beaches & I-95. Situated within an excellent school district and features a very low HOA fee.
More and more people these days are looking to grow their own food and be more self-sufficient. Whether they're hoping for a return to a simpler lifestyle or want to lower their carbon footprint, many home buyers are now also searching for a piece of land that they can turn into the homestead of their dreams.
You don't have to buy a farm out in the country to grow your own food and live the good life, though. Lots of people have discovered that there's plenty of room on the typical suburban lot to start a garden or plant some fruit trees.Â
If you're considering buying a suburban homestead, you'll need to take some extra things into considerationÂ to make sure the home you buy is the right one for all your passion projects. Here's what to look
When selling a home, it's importantÂ to keep it looking its best at all times. This task may be somewhat more challenging when there are pets living in the house.
With these tips, you can stage your home to its best effect for prospective buyers, while at the same time avoiding extra stress for yourself or your pets.
Consider Relocating Pets
Selling a home while you still live there is hard enough without adding worried pets into the mix. Having pets occupy a space that has been carefully staged to entice buyers is sometimes a recipe for disaster. For example, you cannot expect your dog to avoid hopping up on a new couch if he was allowed to sit on the old one.
Instead, you might consider temporarily keeping yourÂ pets with family members
Mystic Cove is a beautiful, private gated community nestled in the heart of Jupiter with easy access to everything. This charming one level pool home with stunning curb appeal offers four bedrooms three full baths plus an office and 3,095 square feet under air. A double etched glass doors welcome you into a functional and split floor plan with tons of natural light. The living area overlooks the pool and patio through oversized sliding doors and is complimented with exquisite wood flooring and neutral paint. A dining area large enough for family gatherings just off the foyer with easy access to the kitchen. The kitchen is oversized with plenty of storage and counter space, double oven, cooktop stove, island and granite countertops and backsplash.…
Attracting the right buyers quickly is at the top of the to-do list for home sellers. From flyers to listings on websites, you're trying to work every advertising angle and platform that you can possibly think about. Yet one method you may have overlooked is video marketing.
Video Showings Giving Virtual Views of Properties
People across the world are using the internet to find the perfect home. A 2015 survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors has found that 42 percent of buyers will use the internet first in their house search, and 87 percent said that seeing photos online was very useful in their search.
Taking it to the next level and offering video showings of your property can give buyers even greater details of the
If you have ever bought a home or know someone who has, you are familiar with the countless piles of paperwork. It seems never-ending, all the things you have to read to transfer ownership of the house and close on your mortgage loan.
Once you know what types of documents you will be expected to sign, you'll have a better understanding of what to look for.
However, each state is different when it comes to buying a home. Some paperwork and documents may be different depending on your state. Be sure and ask your real estate agent or attorney which form may apply to you.
In most states, the deed to the home records ownership. The seller of a home transfers the deed to a buyer when they transfer ownership of the home.