Jupiter condos offer carefree living whether on a golf course, on the Intracoastal Waterway or along the ocean. Right now, there are nearly 300 on the market with prices as high as $3 million for a Jupiter Island unit (see picture).
Condo fees vary widely depending upon the level of amenities and common area. The newer units in places like Jupiter Yacht Club (seen below) have high fees due to amenities like putting greens, air conditioned parking and media rooms.
The more modest units can still offer you a great place leave the upkeep of a single family home behind and enjoy golf, the beach and our weather.
When is Enough, Enough? That Depends on Who You Ask In a residential real estate transaction, there is a concept called “Earnest Money”. Sometimes this is referred to as an escrow deposit. What is it’s role in the deal and how big should it be? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of a big deposit and the risks to the buyer and seller.
Social media is the latest buzz phrase. But, like most newer trends, there are folks who are hard to convince and even later to begin adopting things. Let’s take a look a couple of examples. Here are a couple of social trends of the past and how they are perceived today.
You Tube is For Kids, Right? What do you think of when you think of You Tube? Maybe a spot for goofy videos or how-to tutorials? Well, there is a lot more to it than that. You Tube is the second biggest search engine in the world! Wouldn’t it make sense to use this powerful tool to help sell your home? Let’s talk about it.
Create Desire With Great Pictures Pictures can make or break the sale of your house. Today we live in a world of astounding visual displays including 4K and even 5K. Nearly everyone has a smart phone with a fantastic display and they use these phones to search online for a home. So, should you offer a Virtual Tour when selling? Let’s talk about it for a minute.
Palms are a part of the South Florida lifestyle. Palms, more than any other plant, typify the tropical setting. I have several varieties growing in my yard including 3 towering coconut palms loaded with coconuts. Palms, since they are tropical trees, also survive hurricanes better than most trees. Other native trees, like live oaks, survive hurricanes well, especially if they have been trimmed some to thin them out. I love palms, but not everyone sees it the same as I do.