NORTH MIAMI KEYSTONE SAN SOUCI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (10-13-17)

 

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NORTH MIAMI KEYSTONE SAN SOUCI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of October 13, 2017

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Dezer Collection Miami Auto Museum

2000 NE 146th Street, North Miami, Florida 3318

5300 Powerline Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Can’t get enough of cars? Drive to North Miami or Fort Lauderdale and take a trip down the memory lane of the evolution of the greatest invention of mankind at the Dezer Collection.

Dezer Collection has the largest transportation collection around the world. They will take you to a time travel as they show you the cars from the classic today model. Not only that they exhibit cars but they make your special events extra special. They also offer a unique venue catering different events with car themes. They have eight spacious event spaces for your party needs no matter how big that event may be. Whether it may be a corporate or special event, they can host that for you.

Hang out or celebrate special days at Dezer Collection. They are open from 10:00am to 6:00pm at North Miami and Friday’s 4pm to 10pm,
Weekends 11am to 10pm at Fort Lauderdale. You may contact them at 305-354-7680.

 

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40 Years Experience Over 3,000 Homes Sold
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Find the Home Loan that Fits Your Needs

 

Find the Home Loan that Fits Your Needs

By: G. M. Filisko

 

Understand which mortgage loan is best for you so your budget isn’t stretched too thin.

It’s easier to settle happily into your new home if you’re confident you can afford it.

Here’s what you need to know about your mortgage financing options, including how to choose the loan that matches your income and tolerance for risk.

 

Mortgage Financing Basics

The most important features of your mortgage loan are:

  1. Term(how long the loan lasts)

Mortgages typically come in 15-, 20-, 30- or 40-year lengths. The longer the term, the lower your monthly payment. The interest rate on a 15-year mortgage might be 1% lower than the rate on a 30-year mortgage.

The trade-off for a lower payment on the 30-year mortgage is that you make more payments. Since you borrow the money for longer, you pay more interest to the lender.

  1. Interest Rate(how much you pay to borrow money)

Mortgage interest rates generally come in two flavors: fixed and adjustable.

A fixed rate gives you the same interest rate and payment until the end of your mortgage. That’s attractive when you’re risk averse, if your future income won’t rise, or when interest rates are low.

The interest rate you pay on an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) changes at some point in the future based on where interest rates are at that time. ARMs are named for how long the rates last. For example, with a 5/1 ARM, your rate changes after the first five years and again every year after that.

ARM Risks and Rewards

An adjustable-rate mortgage rate goes up or down based on a particular financial market index, such as treasury bills. Typically, ARMs include a limit on how much the interest rate can change, such as 3% each time the rate changes, or 5% over the life of the loan.

Rewards for the uncertainty:

  • ARMs can be a good choice if you expect your income to grow significantly in the coming years.
  • The interest rate may drop if the financial market index that it tracks dips.
  • An ARM usually starts at a lower rate than a fixed-rate mortgage of the same length and that can mean big savings.

Risks: If rates go up, your ARM payment will jump dramatically. So before you choose an ARM, be comfortable with your answers to these questions:

  • How much can my monthly payments go up at each adjustment?
  • How soon and how often can my monthly payment go up?
  • Can I afford the maximum monthly payment?
  • Do I expect my income to increase or decrease by the time the mortgage payment adjusts?
  • Do I plan to own the home for longer than the initial low-interest-rate period, or do I plan to sell before the rate adjusts?
  • Will I have to pay a penalty if I refinance into a lower-rate mortgage or sell my house?
  • What’s my goal in buying this property? Am I considering a riskier mortgage to buy a more expensive house than I can realistically afford?

More Mortgage Options: Government-Backed Loans

If you’ve saved less than the ideal downpayment of 20%, or your credit score isn’t high enough for you to qualify for a fixed-rate or ARM with a conventional lender, consider a government-backed loan from FHA or the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Before you decide on any mortgage, remember that slight variations in interest rates, loan amounts, and terms can significantly affect your monthly payment. To determine how much your monthly payment will be with various terms and loan amounts, try realtor.com’s mortgage calculator.

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7 Quick-and-Easy Winter Weather Preparations to Do Right Now

 

7 Quick-and-Easy Winter Weather Preparations to Do Right Now

 

By: ALAINA TWEDDALE

 

A tiny $2 prevention could save big bucks later.

 

Wintry weather is great at turning up problems you didn’t even know you had. Like that first snowy night in front of your fireplace that you thought was pure bliss — until you noticed a leak in the ceiling corner, which apparently was caused by a lack of insulationHow were you supposed to know that?

 

Here are seven things to do now to avoid costly wintertime mistakes:

 

#1 Buy a $2 Protector for Your Outdoor Faucet

The cost if you don’t: Up to $15,000 and a whole lot of grief

 

It’s amazing what a little frozen water can do damage-wise. An inch of water in your basement can cost up to $15,000 to pump out and dry out. And, yet, it’s so easy to prevent, especially with outdoor faucets, which are the most susceptible to freezing temps.

 

The simplest thing to do is to remove your garden hose from your outdoor faucet and drain it. Then add a faucet protector to keep cold air from getting into your pipes. They’re really cheap (some are under $2; the more expensive ones are still less than $10). “Get these now,” says Danny Lipford, home improvement expert and host of the “Today’s Homeowner” television and radio shows. “When the weatherman says we’ve got cold coming, they’ll sell out in minutes.”

 

While you’re at it, make sure any exposed pipes in an unheated basement or garage are insulated, too, or you’ll face the same pricey problem.

 

Wrap pipes with foam plumbing insulation — before the weather drops. It’s cheap, too, just like the faucet cover (only $1 for six feet of polyethylene insulation). And it’s an easy DIY project, as long as you can reach the pipes.

 

#2 Add Insulation to Prevent Ice Dams

The cost if you don’t: $500 — if you’re lucky; a lot more if you’re not

 

Those icicles make your home look so picturesque, you just gotta take a few pics. But you better make them quick. Those icicles can literally be a dam problem. (Yes, dam — not the curse word that sounds the same. )

 

Icicles are a clear sign that you’ve got an ice dam, which is exactly what it sounds like: a buildup of ice on your gutter or roof that prevents melting snow and ice from flowing through your gutters. That’s really bad news because these icy blocks can lead to expensive roofing repairs.

Depending on where you live, expect to pay at least $500 for each ice dam to be steamed off. Leave the ice and you risk long-term damage, which could ultimately cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars to your roof, depending on what type of shingles you have and the size of the damaged area.

 

How to prevent them? Insulation. “Ice dams, icicles, and ice buildup on the gutters is a symptom of not enough insulation in the attic,” says Chris Johnson, owner of Navarre True Value and several other stores in the Twin Cities area.

 

And “you need to have at least 14 inches of insulation in your attic, no matter where you live,” says Lipford. If you live in a colder climate, you’ll need more.

 

If you don’t have the cash to insulate, heated gutter cables, which run between $50 and $150 each, can be a less expensive alternative when temporarily affixed to areas prone to ice damming, Johnson suggests.

 

#3 Clean Your Gutters

The cost if you don’t: You really don’t want to be in a position to find out

 

It can be so tempting to skip gutter cleanups as winter nears. It seems like as soon as you clear your gutters, they clog right back up again. So what’s the point?

 

Well, if it looks like you’re living inside a waterfall when it rains, water is missing your gutter system completely. It’s being directed to your foundation instead. And a water-damaged foundation is never, ever cheap to fix.

 

A contractor can plug foundation cracks for $1,500 to $3,000, says David Verbofsky, director of training for exterior home products manufacturer Ply Gem. But a worse problem, one that requires a foundation excavation or rebuild, can set you back (gulp$30,000 or more.

 

Suddenly, cleaning your gutters a few times each fall doesn’t seem so bad. A pro can do the work for anywhere between $70 and $250, depending on the size of your gutter system.

 

#4 Seal Up Leaks

The cost if you don’t: Nights where you never feel warm, despite sky-high heating bills

 

“If it were possible to take every crack on the outside of a typical home and drag them together, you’d have the equivalent of a three-by-three window open all the time,” says Lipford. Yikes.

 

Yet cracks can be easily and inexpensively sealed with a simple tube of caulk, and it’s available in hundreds of colors to match your window panes, outside siding, and even brick. Not sure where to caulk? Look for visible cracks around:

  • Window sills
  • Baseboards
  • Fireplace or dryer vents
  • Anywhere something inside pokes a hole to the outside

 

#5 Program Your Thermostat

The cost if you don’t: Money you could spend on something else besides heating

 

We all know we should, but we seem to have some mental block when it comes to programming our thermostats to align with our schedules. It’s not that hard, and sometimes all it takes is buying a new one that suits you. (Like maybe a Wi-Fi one that’ll give you a little money-saving thrill each time you swipe your app.)

 

“From a cost-savings perspective, a programmable thermostat is a great investment,” Lipford says — as much as 10% off your energy bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

Related: Get tips on choosing and programming a thermostat

 

#6 Get a Furnace Tune-Up

The cost if you don’t: A furnace that’ll die years before it should — and higher energy bills

 

“Forget to service your furnace and you could easily cut five years off the life of your system,” says Lipford, who added that five years is a full third of the typical unit’s life span. New units can cost around $4,000 installed, making the $125 annual maintenance charge a no-brainer.

 

While you’re at it, don’t forget to replace the furnace filter, which cleans the air in your home, and also keeps your furnace coils cleaner, which can shave up to 15% off your energy bill. Johnson suggests at least every three months, but possibly as often as monthly if you have allergies, pets, or smoke cigarettes at home.

 

#7 Get a Fireplace Inspection

The cost if you don’t: Possibly your life — and your home

 

“A cozy fire is great, but if you don’t maintain your chimney, a fire can cost you thousands of dollars,” says Johnson, not to mention the risk to you and your family.

 

Schedule your maintenance appointment as early as you can.”If you wait until the busy season, you’ll have a hard time getting them out there, you’ll pay more, and you’ll get a lower quality job,” says Lipford.

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MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (10-06-17)

 

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MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of October 6, 2017

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OPERA TOWER MIAMI

OPERA TOWER MIAMI

Apart from the unparalleled panoramic views of the bay, there are plenty of amenities to enjoy in centrally-located Opera Tower in Miami. With its newly-enhanced and revitalized lobby created by Baltus for a fresh new look that residents can enjoy, live high in style, convenience and comfort in this phenomenal place in midtown Miami.

This 60-story Opera Tower landmark is a luxury residential condominium that features 2bed and 2bath, 1bed and 1bath and a studio with 1bath units to choose from its total of 635 units. This pet-friendly high-rise condo opened in January of 2008. It’s amenities include cafes, shops, boutiques, bay-view gourmet restaurant, olympic-size pool, whirlpool spa, fitness center, park, tennis courts, volleyball and 24-hour security.

opera tower Opera Tower Condos – Building Amenities

♦Ceiling Heights – 8’8″
♦Appliances – Whirlpool Stainless Steel
♦Floor Finishes – Decorator ready
♦Bathroom Finishes – Marble vanity tops. Ceramic Flooring
♦Terrace Finishes – Porcelain Slate
♦Kitchen Cabinets – Italian Style, Solid Wood Doors, and granite countertops
♦Terrace Railings – Designer Picket Railings
♦Amenities – Spa, Pool, Gym, Activity Room
♦Parking Ratio – 1 parking per unit, valet 24hrs, additional parking
♦Storage – Available on each floor.
♦Marina – Available up to sixty (60′) foot boats

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♦Floor-to-ceiling solar tint sliding glass doors
♦Spacious wraparound balconies
♦Pre-wired for digital satelite cable and high-speed internet access
♦Granite Countertops
♦Stainless Steel appliances
♦Custom European cabinetry

Enjoy morning jogs and breathtaking views of the water and the bay at the MargaretOpera Tower Pace Park that’s only a few steps away, or enjoy fabulous times at the nearby cafes, restaurants, Performing Arts Center, Art Walk and Museums. Explore for great new finds at nearby shops and malls or take a walk at the beach that’s only a few minutes away.

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Purchase your home in an ideal and prestigious residential address in Midtown Miami. The Opera Tower luxury residences offers the kind of lifestyle and amenities that suits the fit and fabulous you. Check out available Opera Tower units now.

 

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6 Tipsfor Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home

 

6 Tipsfor Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home

By: G. M. Filisko

Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers.

You’ve worked hard to get your home ready for sale and to price it properly. With any luck, offers will come quickly. You’ll need to review each carefully to determine its strengths and drawbacks and pick one to accept. Here’s a plan for evaluating offers.

  1. Understand the process.

All offers are negotiable, as your agent will tell you. When you receive an offer, you can accept it, reject it, or respond by asking that terms be modified, which is called making a counteroffer.

  1. Set baselines.

Decide in advance what terms are most important to you. For instance, if price is most important, you may need to be flexible on your closing date. Or if you want certainty that the transaction won’t fall apart because the buyer can’t get a mortgage, require a prequalified or cash buyer.

  1. Create an offer review process.

If you think your home will receive multiple offers, work with your agent to establish a time frame during which buyers must submit offers. That gives your agent time to market your home to as many potential buyers as possible, and you time to review all the offers you receive.

  1. Don’t take offers personally.

Selling your home can be emotional. But it’s simply a business transaction, and you should treat it that way. If your agent tells you a buyer complained that your kitchen is horribly outdated, justifying a lowball offer, don’t be offended. Consider it a sign the buyer is interested and understand that those comments are a negotiating tactic. Negotiate in kind.

  1. Review every term.

Carefully evaluate all the terms of each offer. Price is important, but so are other terms. Is the buyer asking for property or fixtures — such as appliances, furniture, or window treatments — to be included in the sale that you plan to take with you?

Is the amount of earnest money the buyer proposes to deposit toward the downpayment sufficient? The lower the earnest money, the less painful it will be for the buyer to forfeit those funds by walking away from the purchase if problems arise.

Have the buyers attach a prequalification or pre-approval letter, which means they’ve already been approved for financing? Or does the offer include a financing or other contingency? If so, the buyers can walk away from the deal if they can’t get a mortgage, and they’ll take their earnest money back, too. Are you comfortable with that uncertainty?

Is the buyer asking you to make concessions, like covering some closing costs? Are you willing, and can you afford to do that? Does the buyer’s proposed closing date mesh with your timeline?

With each factor, ask yourself: Is this a deal breaker, or can I compromise to achieve my ultimate goal of closing the sale?

  1. Be creative.

If you’ve received an unacceptable offer through your agent, ask questions to determine what’s most important to the buyer and see if you can meet that need. You may learn the buyer has to move quickly. That may allow you to stand firm on price but offer to close quickly. The key to successfully negotiating the sale is to remain flexible.

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (09-29-17)

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of September 29, 201709-29-17 Miami Shores 2

 

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Miami Shores – History

 

On January 2, 2012, Miami Shores Village attained its 80th anniversary. The thriving community of today was incorporated on January 2, 1932. However, its history precedes incorporation. Miami Shores Village, on the shores of Biscayne Bay, was first settled in the early 1870s. The Sturtevants, the Barnotts, the Potters, the Sears, the Woods and the Hunts, were the names of some of the earliest homesteaders in the area. William Henry Hunt, together with William Henry Gleason, infamous carpetbaggers, were instrumental in founding the community, known then as Biscayne. A brief synopsis of this period follows:

In the early 1870s, William H. Gleason and William H. Hunt moved up the bay from Miami and founded the community of Biscayne. They brought with them the Miami Post Office, renaming it the Biscayne Post Office. Since the Dade County Court was wherever Gleason was, Biscayne was often the county seat and the meeting place of the county commission. Ephraim T. Sturtevant, Andrew Price, Edward Barnott and Dr. Richard B. Potter were other settlers of Biscayne. One early visitor was Julia Tuttle, the daughter of Sturtevant and the “Mother of Miami.” By the 1880s, many of the early residents were gone and the post office was closed in 1888.   Activity was renewed in Biscayne in 1892 with the building of the first county road, from Lantana to Lemon City, through Biscayne, and the post office was reopened. Later a railroad depot and a school were built. In the 1920s, Miami Shores was developed where the community of Biscayne once stood.  (Historical Association of Southern Florida Marker – located on N.E. 96th Street and the bay.

By the early 1900s, the area encompassing today’s Miami Shores Village was occupied by a starch (coontie) mill, a tomato packing plant, a saw mill, a pineapple plantation and a grapefruit grove. These were the various enterprises in which the early pioneers were engaged and with the coming of the railroad and its stop at the Biscayne Station, they were able to live off the land. Two of the most successful growers were Major Hugh Gordon and T. V. Moore. T.V. Moore owned the land in what is today’s commercial district, while the Gordon Tract bordered the bay. By 1922, Lee T. Cooper, who had amassed his wealth from a patent medicine by the name of Tanlac, purchased T.V. Moore’s land holdings. Cooper planned to develop the area and named it Bay View Estates. In 1924, the Shoreland Company purchased the Gordon Tract, Bay View Estates and other scattered acreage in order to create Miami Shores, “America’s Mediterranean.”

Hugh M. Anderson, President of the Shoreland Company and its Board of Directors were experienced real estate developers. They had previously completed the successful development of the Venetian Islands and they decided that their new project would be similar – residences of Italian inspired architecture within a landscape associated with water. The master development plan for Greater Miami Shores included 9,000 building sites, 5 2/3 miles of bay frontage, four miles of inland waterways and ten miles of main roadways. The plans also called for the construction of a causeway to Miami Beach, a golf course, a country club, a yacht club, a business district, apartment buildings, hotels, a school and churches, a railroad station and beautifying features such as parks, plazas and entryways.

Early in 1926, it was reported that approximately fifty homes had been completed, another fifty were under construction, and an additional one hundred were being planned. The commercial building program was in progress, sidewalks and roadways were being laid out and lighting and landscape work was well underway. Record setting sales and resales of property were being recorded. Unfortunately, on September 18, 1926, all plans for the community came to a halt with the arrival of a devastating hurricane. In addition, other factors contributed to the Shoreland Company’s bankruptcy in 1927.

Miami Shores 2 Roy HawkinsIn 1928, the New Miami Shores Corporation purchased the Shoreland Company’s holdings. This corporation was controlled by Bessemer Properties, part of the interests of the Phipps family of New York. Roy H. Hawkins, the General Manager of Bessemer Properties, proceeded with the plans for the community. He is credited as being the “principal founder” of Miami Shores Village. In 1931, under his leadership, a request to grant a charter creating Miami Shores Village was presented in the State Legislature. On January 2, 1932, the Village became official at a Council meeting. The charter named the following five members to the first council: Hugh H. Gordon, a banker whose father had owned the Gordon Tract; Frank O. Pruitt, who was in the insurance business; John M. Carlisle, President of the Eli Witt Cigar Company; W.F. Andes, a prominent dentist; and M.R. Harrison, a general contractor, who constructed much of Biscayne Boulevard. At this first meeting, Pruitt was elected Mayor and other appointments were made including Village Manager, Miller Williams; Village Attorney, George E. Holt; and a single policeman, Ed Badger.

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In the ensuing decades growth was steady. A variety of architectural styles were introduced, yet the community emerged as the type of development the Shoreland Company had envisioned. The community retains many of its original characteristics – well situated and serviced by major highways, having tree-lined streets and wide roads, a downtown area, well-maintained homes provided with efficient services and a variety of community activities. In its 82nd year, Miami Shores Village which has come to be known as “the Village Beautiful” remains one of Dade County’s most desirable suburbs.

 

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HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (09-22-17)

HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of September 22, 2017

 

 

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The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences 

Live on a deluxe at the Diplomat Oceanfront Residences at Hollywood at Miami-Dade County. An unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean or the Intracoastal Waterways and Miami sunshine greets every residents for a warm welcome of a new day. The tower is developed by Taylor Woodrow which was completed by 2006. This 28-story residential tower features 135 condominium residences that includes the pent house at the 28th floor. Each unit is accessible thru own private elevator. Amenities includes 24-hour access-control security desk, pool & beach service, valet parking, and, of course, full concierge services. The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences features top of the line facilities such as surround sound theater/media room, Resident club room with full-service kitchen, Business center & conference room, Poolside Cabanas, Bicycle storage, Billiard Lounge & Card Room and more for the comfort of the residents.

DIPLOMAT RESIDENCE FEATURES & AMENITIESThe Diplomat Oceanfront Residences

  • Private elevator lobbies
  • Elegant double-door entry
  • Magnificent views from expansive windows and terraces
  • Exceptional quality materials and finishes
  • Designer lighting package
  • Large his and her’s walk-in wardrobe closets
  • Large capacity front-loading washer and dryer
  • Two-panel interior doors with brushed chrome hardwareThe Diplomat Oceanfront Residences
  • Impact-resistant windows and doors
  • Pre-wired for high-speed internet access
  • Spacious balconies and terraces
  • Fully sprinklered fire and alarm systems
  • Recessed lighting in halls, kitchens and baths
  • Granite countertops & backsplash in Kitchen
  • Premium Kitchen appliance packages including:
  • 42″ Subzero refrigerator with ice maker
  • Electric Range (Gas Optional)
  • Built-in wall oven with microwave
  • Multi-cycle “quiet-power” dishwasher with pot scrubber
  • Undermount Sink with European-style faucet
  • 9′ Ceilings
  • Solar tinted and laminated glass on all windows & sliding glass panels
  • Energy efficient heating, ventilation & cooling systems
  • Air-conditioned storage

Enjoy living at the top with the luxurious life at The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences. Every residents have a selected service access to The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa™ and other offers to provide for their loyal residents. Find your home at The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences now.

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