November 2016

Found 9 blog entries for November 2016.

No expense spared in this meticulously maintained, fully remodeled first floor, beautiful waterfront condominium with awesome interior canal views! The open floorplan perfect for entertaining features tile on a diagonal throughout, stainless kitchen appliances, granite countertops and backsplash, large breakfast bar open to living room and dining area. Two spacious bedrooms with upgraded bathrooms and walk in California closets. This pristine condo is perfect for a new boat owner who loves to fish or boat! Quaint building of 4 residences provides deeded beach access, deep water dockage available on first come, first serve basis for up to 25' boat, no fixed bridges, ocean access. Impact glass & storage unit. One pet allowed up to twenty pounds.

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This very unique, beautiful home full of natural light features vaulted ceilings in all rooms, renovated bathrooms and beautiful wood floors! A spacious kitchen boasts an island sink, granite countertops, a large breakfast bar and loads of storage; open to the living area, perfect for entertaining guests. Bedroom three features it's own full renovated bath, seperate entry and it's own central Air conditioning. New roof was installed in 2006. Upgraded landscaping of the entire 1.2 acres must be seen to be appreciated! Double entry gate with rock drive and plenty of space for boat and RV parking. 

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  Just Listed!   This immaculate lakefront pool home features five bedrooms (one down), three full baths plus office, and a three car garage. Beautiful, lush landscaping surrounds the property and provides extra privacy. Double front doors lead you to a bright and open floor plan with a coastal flare. Crown molding and plantation shutters found throughout the home and compliment the space. The kitchen is oversized and boasts an eat in bar and is equipped with pull out shelving, stainless appliances and granite counter tops. Kitchen and great room both enjoy views of the resort style backyard and lake. Laundry has been updated with a newer washer and dryer and extra counter and storage space. Guest suite down with built in closet, cabana bath…
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Seller's Home Inspection When selling a home, one of the most nerve-wracking parts of the process is the inevitable home inspection. At this point, it can feel like things are out of your hands. What will the inspector look for? What will they find?

Luckily, there are small projects you can do ahead of time, and before placing your Jupiter area home on the market, to help any future home inspection go smoothly. Some repairs are worth taking care in advance of the inspection, while others are best handled with a "wait and see" approach. Here's how to scan your home for potential issues — and what to do about them.

Projects to Complete Before Your Home Goes on the Market

Assuming you've already taken care of "paint and wallpaper" projects before putting your house

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  Just Listed! Enter this spotless one story Giorgio model through a gorgeous custom glass front door. The calm and alluring color pallet of the bright and airy living and dining room will make you feel like you're right at home. The gourmet kitchen features with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances with brand new refrigerator and custom tile backsplash and bead board breakfast bar. The adjoining family room allows you to step outside to a large covered, screened in patio with custom travertine tile flooring. Take in the beautiful lake views as you look out over the fenced in back yard complete with custom landscaping. The Master Suite is warm and relaxing and features a walk-in closet, master bath with dual sinks, granite countertops,…
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Financing Investment Properties Getting a mortgage to buy a home you intend to live in is one thing. However, if you want to buy a home to rent or sell quickly afterward, you may have additional financial and mortgage requirements to meet.

Whether you want to buy an investment property to maintain for years, or a house to flip it as quickly as possible, you must be financially prepared to apply for funding and shoulder the responsibilities of those properties.

If you have questions, ask your lender or financial advisor what actions make sense for your specific situation.

Down Payments

Typically, lending money to a homebuyer to purchase an investment property is a greater risk than it is to loan money for a primary residence in the eyes of most lenders. With investment

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Good Real Estate Agents to Sell Homes Selling a home in today's competitive real estate market requires much more than sticking a "For Sale" sign in the yard and hoping that a qualified buyer will see it and come knocking on the door.

In fact, today's home sellers need to ensure that their homes are not only visible to buyers in their area, but to those around the country and world, as well.

To do this efficiently, wise sellers usually know they need assistance in the form of a real estate professional. But how can you choose one who really can get your home sold for the best possible price in the least amount of time? If you are currently selling your home or planning to do so in the near future, the following ten tips will help you choose the real estate agent who really can -

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Turnkey Real Estate You put your staged home on the market, and a potential buyer asked if you would be willing to sell the home turnkey. This is an offer that could be a boon or a bust for you financially, so you should make the decision carefully.

Selling a turnkey home may be a bit more complicated than a traditional sale, since it often involves the sale of all possessions in the home as well as the structure and property.

Here's how to determine that you are getting a good deal before you agree to a turnkey offer.

1. Know Your Terms

Before you get involved in negotiations, you should take the time to confirm that you really understand what the buyer wants. The basic definition of a turnkey home is that it is move-in ready. If that seems terribly vague

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