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Imagine…just ONE thing you need to do when trying to sell your home. What could it be? So many things come rushing to mind, but could it be so simple as to only require one thing? The real estate specialists at Waterfront Properties and Club Communities of Southeast Florida have the answer!
Let an expert light the way with the one thing needed to get your home sold.It really is that simple, but by nature we humans fight simplicity. Price your home correctly! Yes, that is right, according to Realtor.com, pricing your home right is the one thing you need to do to sell your home fast. This applies to the property that is in pristine condition, in need of repairs, one that backs up to a busy street or any home for that matter. The one thing…
Could your home use an extra bit of curb appeal? A home’s exterior is like the cover of a book, a suggestive stage of what is in the interior. Whether you are interested in selling your home in the Jupiter/Tequesta are or just want to make some improvements for your own satisfaction sprucing up the home’s exterior is a great start.
Adding curb appeal is often an easy and inexpensive way to make your house look better and boost its value! Take a look at the before and afters of HGTV. Invest a little time and a reasonable amount of money to make a significant impact of your home value!
Here are 7 projects that can help make a better first impression.
- Trim your shrubs and add some fresh greenery and flowers.
- Pressure wash driveways,
The South Florida real estate market continues to garner national headlines as business expands into the condo market. For months, million-dillion single family home sales were surging and it seems like that surge has bled into the condo market in Palm Beach County.
According to appraiser Miller Samuel Inc., in the last month, signed contracts for condos worth at least $1 million jumped 300% from a year earlier. Palm Beach County has become a popular escape for the Northeast city residents that are seeking less congested area's during the pandemic. Single-family homes continue to benefit from the influx of new residents, but the boost in the condo market has greatly increased as we head into the winter months up north.
Palm Beach County offers…
Voters in Palm Beach County need to make their voices heard by voting on November 3, 2020. This 2020 Presidential Election is unprecedented. Your vote is your voice on issues affecting healthcare, housing, education, and employment. Help make a difference in the community during this general election and vote. There are several simple motivations why you should vote:
You vote will impact the quality of life you want for yourself and forthcoming generations. Voting is a U.S. citizen’s chance to stand up for the issues you care about like public transportation, raising or not raising minimum wage, or funding for local schools.
Elections are decided by the people who go out and vote. Hopefully, you have invested time learning about and…
One of the internet’s most reputable Travel Blogs, The Poinster, recently visited Jupiter to showcase its beauty and stunning landscapes. Boasting nearly 35,000 followers on Instagram and over six thousand visitors a month to their Pinterest page, The Poinster editors travel the globe to showcase the very best spots to capture that perfect photo. Please find below The Poinster’s Choices for the most instagrammable spots in Jupiter/Juno:
- Sunrise on Juno Beach
- Coral Cove Park
- Cypress Creek/Riverbend Park
- Local sandbars
- Cato’s Bridge Beach
- Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum
“As a resident of the Jupiter/Juno Beach area, I’m always exploring these amazing locations that are practically in my backyard,” says Marcy Ferruggia, founder…
It may be ready to break out the pumpkins and fall jackets in a lot of the U.S. but here in South Florida, our summer weather continues to roll on! Instead of hayrides and apple orchards, why not fire up the boat head out on water for a weekend at the Sandbar. Here are three of our favorites to consider:
The Stuart sandbar is located just inside the St. Lucie Inlet, and just east of the convergence of the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon. The closest boat ramp is Sandsprit Park. You can rent boats at the Sundance Marina in Jensen Beach. There is also excellent fishing and snorkeling in the area, which is known as the “sailfish flats.”
The Jupiter/Tequesta Sandbar:
The sandbar is located along the Loxahatchee River,
Jupiter Medical Center, ranked number one for safety, quality and patient satisfaction in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast region, continues to make waves for attracting the best of the best. JMC recently welcomed Arthur Katz, M.D., as the medical director of cardiac surgery at Jupiter Medical Center.
With 26 years of experience, Dr. Katz has earned a highly respected name among his peers and patients and is considered the pulse of the new cardiac surgery program at Jupiter Medical Center. Earlier this year, he was recognized by his peers as a "Top Doctor" in Palm Beach County.
Jupiter Medical Center recently expanded the depth and range of its cardiac resources, with three state-of-the-art cardiac catherization labs to employ the most…
Often referred to as an exotic oasis perched on the prestigious Florida coast in Palm Beach, Worth Avenue attracts the world’s elite to Palm Beach County for the finest in shopping dining and overall Florida lifestyle. Located just steps from the world famous “Billionaires Row”, Worth Avenue is home to some of the world’s most exclusive shopping brands in the world and breathtaking Mediterranean-inspired architecture.
Whether your in the market for a piece of fine art, a slice of your very real estate paradise, or just a stroll among the rich and famous, Worth Avenue has it all. Here is a quick guide of some of our favorite shops, restaurants and places to stay to help you soak it all in:
According to U.S. News, Florida residents can breathe easy knowing they live in the state with the best natural environment in the nation, placing number one overall for drinking water quality, urban air quality, and low pollution health risk.
The World Health Organization states that air pollution is a major environmental health risk, and by living in areas with high air quality, people can reduce the burden of disease from stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic and acute respiratory diseases, and even dementia.
While the sunshine state may be best known for gorgeous beaches, oranges, and Hawaiian-shirted retirees, Florida also leads the country with lowest air and water pollutants. With the sea breeze sweeping over mostly flat terrain in a…