Admirals Cove, located on the Intracoastal Waterway, has long been Jupiter’s premier waterfront community. Nearly 900 homes are divided between the East side and the Golf Village. On the East side, boating is the main theme although the tennis courts, golf course and main clubhouse are also located here.
Over in Admirals Cove Golf Village, golf, not boating, is the main theme with a clubhouse that has a classic, Southern clubhouse feel. Lakes dot the 27 holes but there is no ocean access.
Club membership is, of course, mandatory and will run over $100,000 depending on the level you purchase. Full golf membership is $150,000 with $18,663 in annual dues. There are usually around 60 homes for sale at prices from the upper $400’s to near $9 million.
With so many clubs to choose from in this area, finding the one that meets your needs and lifestyle demands is important. If you are considering a country club, let me show you the differences between them. I have lived here 25 years and know all the clubs very well. You can check the others out using the links below.
In 2008, Obama was elected due largely to his ability to connect with voters using social media and email. Last year, Trump was elected using the same techniques. Do they know something you don’t or is there something we could learn from them about successfully selling? Let’s talk about it.
The “sweet spot” is that area where the most ROI is achieved or where you get the most “bang for your buck”. Baseball bats have a sweet spot and when you hit the ball right on it, the ball travels further than normal and there is almost no feeling in the batter’s hands at impact. There is also a sweet spot when pricing your home. Let’s talk about it for a minute.
Tesla made an announcement this week that production of their electric cars was ramping up. This joins Ford and GM who both announced plans to step up production of their models too due to their increasing popularity. So the question is, are you offering buyers a charging station at your home? Or, why would you? Let’s talk about it.
A CMA, or Comparative Market Analysis, is the lifeblood of residential real estate. Countless software programs are devoted to designing CMA presentations and agents dutifully adhere to these programs when making listing presentations. But are these really CMA reports beneficial or could they even be hindering your sale? Let’s talk about it for a minute.
Aerial Photography, or drone photography, is commonplace today. Everybody from farmers to the government is using it. So when selling your house should you make it a part of your marketing? Let’s talk about it for a minute.