May 2018

Found 5 blog entries for May 2018.



Many cities throughout South Florida are experiencing urban renewal, and there are several options available for loft homes.

The following are some of the many benefits of living in a loft space:

Access to nightlife and cultural amenities

Living in a city’s urban core allows you to be near “the action,” meaning you can go out to eat every night at a different restaurant, or go see every show and concert that comes to town, without a commute or worrying about parking.

Walkability and conveniences of urban living

Live, work and play all in one place. Walk, or bike, from home to work, to brunch, to the movies, the beach, or wherever.

Diversity

Living in a downtown environment means you’ll be alongside a diverse group of people. People of all…
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Whether you’re selling your home or want to get in to investment properties for vacation or long-term rentals, it’s a safe bet to make sure your property is millennial-friendly. This generation is made up of people born between the early 1980s to early 2000s – myself included - and as a group we have different wants and needs than other generations before us. No matter what you have heard about Millenials, whether positive or negative, we’re a significant generation and can’t be ignored – in fact, we took over as the largest generation in the workforce in 2017.

Here are some trends to be aware of if you plan to market to Millenials:

Where the amenities are

Millenials, especially those who haven’t settled down to raise families, prefer living in a…
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Much has been written about why Millenials, or members of Generation Y – those of us born between the early 1980s and 2000s - do NOT buy homes.

As someone who has worked with many millennial clients spanning across all price ranges, and is, indeed, a Millennial herself, I think it’s time we flipped the script.

Here I’ll share my thoughts and experiences on why Millenials DO buy and how the real estate profession can adapt to better serve this important market segment.

In short, it’s all about the experience and relationships.

The real estate process can be daunting and downright scary, especially if you’ve never bought anything more expensive than a car. There’s a lot of preparation involved before you can even start to look at homes. Young, and first-time…
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Coral Ridge is an upscale Fort Lauderdale neighborhood featuring both waterfront and dry lot properties located in the northeast area of the city, between Sunrise Boulevard and Commercial Boulevard just west of the Intracoastal Waterway, on both sides of the beautiful Bayview Drive.

Coral Ridge is a community of single-family homes, townhomes and condos.

Coral Ridge real estate epitomizes luxury east-side living. Many of the homes east of Bayview Drive in this neighborhood are located on the water. Many have dock space needed to thoroughly enjoy the high-end waterfront lifestyle.

Subdivisions within the Coral Ridge area include Coral Ridge Country Club, Old Coral Ridge and Coral Ridge Yacht Club. Established in 1947, Coral Ridge Yacht Club is one of the…
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Here in South Florida, we live in one of the most diverse, multicultural and international areas of the United States. All you have to do is drive through various neighborhoods and areas to see the flags of many other nations flying, or walk down the street in a popular area to hear a wide variety of languages spoken. Our airports connect to almost every nation in the world and people from all reaches of the globe can feel comfortable and welcome here.

With all of these factors in play, it only makes sense that international buyers would want to purchase their own chunk of South Florida paradise. If you’re a seller, you need to know where can they be found, what are they looking for, and how can you market to them.

Where can international buyers be

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