Top Tips for Staging your Home

Top  Tips for Staging your Home

A recent survey from the National Association of Realtors® revealed that 77 percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home makes it easier for potential buyers to visual it as their own. That’s why here at Breakthrough Broker, we believe staging is not to be overlooked! Here are our top tips.

  1. Dress up your yard. First impressions count, and the first one your home gives comes from the exterior. Mow the lawn, clean up shrubbery, rake any leaves, clean the walkway and driveway, plant in-season flowers, and pull up any unsightly weeds.
  2. Reduce personal items. Make it easier for buyers to imagine themselves making your house their home by removing personal photos and knick-knacks from shelves, walls, and counters. Instead replace them with clean, simple décor, such as abstract paintings, nature images, vases, plants, and more.
  3. Organize your storage areas. Storage is a huge selling point. Tidy up and clear out the accessible closets and cupboards in the home and make sure to point them out during an open house or showing.
  4. Appeal to the senses. Consider ways you can appeal to potential homebuyers’ other senses. During a viewing or open house, bake some fresh cookies or burn delicious smelling candles and play light, relaxing music in the background.
  5. Consider turning to an expert. With their knowledge of current trends and great eye for design, professionally certified stagers can transform a home in a variety of ways and have a keen sense of what homebuyers want and expect in a home. Investing in hiring a pro may pay off in dividends.

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MIDTOWN MIAMI ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (11-23-18)

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MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of November 23, 2018

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Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center

 

Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center

22301 SW 162 Avenue, Miami, FL

Summer is not over yet here in Miami and it isn’t too late to take the kids out on a nature trip in one of the best kept preserve in Miami Dade. The Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center is located at 22301 SW 162 Avenue. It is a 112-acre park and preserve wide enough for so many programs offered for adult and kids alike for an educational and fun encounter with the nature.

Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center

The Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center opened in 1974 as one of the first environmental education centers in Miami-Dade County and is named after James S. Castellow, the earliest citrus farmers in Florida. The park is popular among the naturists for bird watching, camping, nature trail and more. A tropical hardwood forest covers most of the park, and a half-mile self-guided nature trail offers visitors a view of the forest interior. Species observed in the park are over 120 bird species, 70 butterfly species, raccoons  opossum, gray squirrels, flying squirrels, fox, reptiles and amphibians and more. The nature center is an indoor classroom where preserved floras and faunas are displayed. The resident naturalists offer classes and workshops for nature awareness and park staff offers guided EcoAdventure tours for a close encounter with the nature, including canoe trips, kayak fishing excursions, biking and more. Camping is also offered at the park with fire certified staff for the safety of the campers. The park is catering a nature themed birthday party packages, picnic shelter rentals, field trips and more. (Click here check on the park fees)

Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center

 

Some of the programs offered:

Dig In: A South Florida History Program

Owls: Silent Predators of the Night

Nature photography for adults

Art classes for children

Camping for scouts and other organized groups

Butterfly walks, ethnobotany hikes, birding hikes

Reptile Show with native and exotics reptiles and more

Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center, Miami-Dade’s gem, is one of the best parks in the city that kids and adult. This is an inviting park for an educational nature trip and more, so spend an interesting weekend at the Castellow Hammock Preserve and Nature Center. They are open from 9 AM – 5PM except Mondays and Tuesdays. For more information, call them at 305-242-7688, email at castellowhammock@miamidade.gov or visit their website.

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5 Holiday Hosting Disasters and How to Avoid Them

5 Holiday Hosting Disasters and How to Avoid Them

5 Holiday Hosting Disasters and How to Avoid Them

Why does the oven go kaput on a holiday? No worries. Here’s how to go on the offense now.

Imagine you’re preparing to host your annual holiday party, and you’re past the point of no return. The veggies and meats have been bought. Guests are already braving busy airports and crowded highways to get to your home — and then your oven won’t turn on. Your home-cooked meal has quickly turned into a microwave dinner.

That’s just one of many hosting nightmares that can end your holiday party before it even begins. Thankfully, some of the most damaging mishaps easily can be avoided. We collected five of the most prevalent issues and give you preventative tips to keep your holiday party on track.

Problem: The Oven Doesn’t Heat

For any holiday occasion, the oven is the most important appliance in your house. If it fails to work, the centerpiece of your meal could go from roasted beef, ham, duck, or Tofurky to Peking Duck from the local Chinese takeout joint.

How to avoid:

  • There are any number of reasons a stove can break, but one common cause of disaster is easy to prevent. Don’t self-clean your oven until AFTER the holidays. You risk blowing a fuse or a thermostat, and tracking down an oven technician around the holidays can be tough.

Problem: The Kitchen Sink Clogs

The day after Thanksgiving is the busiest of the year for plumbers. The prime cause of this clog-a-thon is the mistreatment of drains when cooking holiday feasts. We hope your Thanksgiving went well, and that you avoid clog-a-thons for the rest of the holidays.

How to avoid:

  • Fats and cooking oils can solidify in your pipes, so never dispose of them in your kitchen sink.
  • If you have a garbage disposal, make sure it’s running before anything goes in it, and never feed it any stringy, fibrous, or starchy foods like poultry skins or potato peels.
  • To fix, don’t rely on chemical drain-clearing products that can harm your pipes. Use a snake instead, available for $15 at your local hardware store. Best to keep one on hand.

Problem: The Heat Goes Out

As the party’s host, you’re supposed to hang guests’ coats — not apologize to them for having to keep them on. A lack of heat can stop a holiday party dead in its tracks.

How to avoid:

  • The key to avoiding freezing your party to a standstill is regular maintenance of your HVAC. Every 90 days, a new one-inch pleated furnace filter should be installed. If you haven’t done it in a while, now’s a good time to replace it.
  • Also inspect insulation on refrigerant lines that are leading into your house. Replace them if they’re missing or damaged.

Problem: The Toilet Stops Up

Toilets have a way of clogging up at the worst times, such as during parties and when you have overnight guests. This is especially true if you have a low-flow toilet from the early 1990s.

How to avoid:

  • Don’t flush anything other than sewage and toilet paper down the toilet. And there’s nothing wrong with putting up a polite note to remind your guests to do the same.

Problem: The Fridge Doesn’t Cool

Without a properly functioning refrigerator, your meat could get contaminated, your dairy-based treats could go sour, and you may not be able to save your yummy leftovers. To avoid discovering a warm fridge after it’s too late, take these simple precautions.

How to avoid:

  • Get a thermometer for your refrigerator to make sure each shelf stays below 40 degrees and you can be aware of any temperature changes.
  • Also make sure the condenser coils located on the back of the unit or beneath it are free to breathe. Coils blocked from circulating air by cereal boxes atop the fridge, or dirtied by dust or pet hair can prevent a fridge from keeping cool.

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (11-16-18)

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of November 16, 2018

 

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Thanksgiving 2018: Miami Restaurant Dinner Guide

 

Thanksgiving 2018: Miami Restaurant Dinner Guide

 

It’s time to talk turkey. Thanksgiving falls on November 22 this year, and if you want to celebrate everything you hold dear without being on kitchen duty, it’s a good idea to secure a dinner reservation at one of the local eateries offering special holiday menus.

Whether you’re looking for a fair-priced prix fixe or an eyebrow-raising feast to impress your loved ones, you’ll find the ideal Thanksgiving meal on our list below. Prices do not include tax and tip.

Thanksgiving 2018: Miami Restaurant Dinner Guide

Ariete. For this year’s feast, chef Michael Beltran will serve an authentic New American buffet of holiday favorites and family recipes. Enjoy roast turkey, porchetta a la Romana, stuffing, honey baked ham, grilled chicken with salsa verde, local fish with heirloom tomato ragout, a green bean casserole, and mac and cheese. Desserts include pumpkin pie, pecan pie, chocolate cake, and tres leches. For those looking to host, the Cave dining room is available for private parties of up to 50, with the option of a customized menu. Buffet is served from 3 to 10 p.m. and costs $65 per adult and $35 per child under age 10. 3540 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove; 305-640-5862; arietemiami.com.

Azabu. Open for its first Thanksgiving, this Michelin-starred eatery is offering a Japanese-inspired prix fixe. The menu features a chef’s selection starter of the day, a choice of appetizer including Wagyu beef tataki, and entrées such as branzino with umami butter. Dessert options are masa chocolate cake and yuzu key lime pie. Sake flights with three seasonal selected sakes are available for $22, and Japanese whiskey flights cost $35. Dinner is priced at $50 per guest and will be served from 6 to 11 p.m. 161 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; 786-276-0520; azabuglobal.com.

BLT Prime. At this American steakhouse, find a buffet-style collection of cheeses, charcuterie, salads, breads, and seafood along with carving stations and pasta selections. A traditional roasted Virginia turkey will be served with Italian sausage, chestnut, and focaccia stuffing; rosemary giblet gravy; creamy whipped potatoes; orange cranberry relish; and roasted Brussels sprouts with smoked bacon and local honey. Another Thanksgiving favorite, the herb-roasted chairman’s reserve prime rib, is prepared here with a port wine jus and served with au gratin potatoes and manchego herb crust. The Bourbon brown sugar-glazed pit ham is marinated in a pineapple chutney and paired with candied potatoes and marshmallow frosting. Desserts include tea tarts, pecan pie, mini Key lime pies, sweet potato pound cakes, eclairs, and cookies. Dinner costs $98 per adult and $45 per child ages 6 through 11. Reservations are required for seatings at noon, 3, 4, and 6 p.m. 4400 NW 87th Ave., Doral; 305-591-6606; bltrestaurants.com.

Bird & Bone. Head to the Confidante Miami Beach for a three-course, $50 prix fixe combining signature dishes and holiday classics. Appetizers include butternut squash soup and Waldorf salad. The main course is young, slow-roasted turkey served with green bean casserole, a potato dish, and stuffing. Desserts are pecan chocolate, apple cobbler, and pumpkin tart. There will also be select appetizers and entrées priced à la carte. 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-424-1234; hyatt.com.

Boulud Sud. Visit chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant for a Thanksgiving celebration feast. Highlights include mushroom salad cetas and octopus a la plancha for starters. The “Cinderella” pumpkin agnolotti, truffle risotto, and traditional turkey with sweet potato purée are main-course options. Spiced pumpkin custard and caramel fondant are dessert choices. Dinner is served from 2 to 10 p.m. and costs $75 per person. 255 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-421-8800; bouludsud.com.

Bourbon Steak. James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina’s steakhouse at Turnberry Isle will serve a three-course prix fixe. Starters include roasted butternut squash soup with Nantucket Bay scallops and American Wagyu beef tartare with grilled pita bread. Wood-grilled free-range turkey will be served with cornbread foie gras stuffing, tangerine cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, cider-glazed yams, and black truffle gravy. There’s also a selection of prime cuts such as filet mignon as well as plenty of seafood. End your meal with pecan praline and orange gelée or coquito tres leches with milk sponge. The children’s menu includes a turkey dinner, steak frites, and desserts such as pumpkin cheesecake and warm beignets. Dinner is available from 4 to 11 p.m. and costs $95 for adults and $35 for children aged 5 to 12. 19999 W. Country Club Dr., Aventura; 786-279-6600; turnberryislemiami.com.

Corsair Kitchen & Bar. Thanksgiving dinner at Corsair is a three-course prix fixe including appetizers such as butternut squash bisque with cranberry apple compote, and sweet potato gnocchi with duck confit, pumpkin purée, roasted carrots, and Parmesan. The entrée list features roast turkey breast, seared Chilean sea bass, and pan-roasted filet mignon with celeriac purée, grilled vegetable tart, chanterelles, and red onion marmalade. Dessert choices are pumpkin, pecan, and apple pie. Dinner is priced at $58 per person and will be served from noon to 10 p.m. 19999 W. Country Club Dr., Aventura; 786-279-6800; jwturnberry.com.

Diez y Seis. Led by Chef Jose Icardi, this Mexican eatery in the Shore Club will serve a three-course holiday prix fixe. Start with an appetizer such as tacos corados, with turkey, avocado cilantro sauce, spring onions, and watermelon radish; follow with a main course of turkey peanuts mole, turkey with Mexican stuffing, or pork belly en salsa verde. End the meal on a sweet note with a pumpkin texture dessert made with macaroons, mousse, baby pumpkin, and tuile, crowned with vanilla ice cream. An à la carte Thanksgiving menu will also be available. Dinner costs $45 per person and will be served from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; sbe.com.

Thanksgiving 2018: Miami Restaurant Dinner Guide

The Dutch. A special prix fixe will feature cider-brined turkey accompanied by andouille sausage and pecan stuffing, whipped potatoes, spiced cranberry chutney, Honeycrisp apple, marinated beets, and maple bacon Brussels sprouts. Desserts include apple pie with salted caramel and vanilla ice cream, pecan pie with cranberry compote and maple ice cream, and lemon pudding with Grand Marnier anglaise and stewed fruit. Dinner costs $55 per person and will be served from 1 to 9 p.m. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-938-3112; thedutchmiami.com.

Lightkeepers. Bottomless prosecco, mimosas, bloody marys, and brunch punch will be served alongside a variety of food stations, including breakfast specialties such as omelets and eggs cooked to order, sweet corn chorizo arepa Benedict, and cranberry walnut sweet potato hash. There will also be imported and local artisanal cheeses and cured meats, fresh bread and artisan loaves, chilled seafood, and a raw bar. Main courses include braised short rib, smoked squab, roast turkey, lamb leg, and handmade pasta. For an atypical Thanksgiving dinner, try Oops! We Burnt the Turkey Chinese food station. Little ones can feast on mac and cheese or crisp waffle fries. Dinner costs $145 per adult and $49 per child aged 5 to 12 and will be served from 12:30 to 8 p.m. 455 Grand Bay Dr., Key Biscayne; 305-365-4156; ritzcarlton.com.

Lure Fishbar. Lure is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu with starters like butternut squash bisque and crab cakes with jicama slaw followed by a roasted organic Carolina turkey served with sourdough sage stuffing, vanilla sweet potatoes, maple-glazed Brussel sprouts, a cranberry slaw, and Grandma’s secret gravy. Desserts include pecan chocolate pie with vanilla ice cream, warm banana bread pudding with dulce de leche, and pumpkin custard pie. Selections from the a la carte menu will also be available. Dinner costs $68 per person and is served from 5 to 9 p.m. 1601 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-695-4550; lurefishbar.com.

Novecento. A three-course prix fixe starts with an appetizer of butternut squash soup or a fig and spinach Gorgonzola salad. Move on to roast turkey or coffee-crusted salmon. Kansas City bone-in New York strip served with mushrooms and creamed spinach is available for an additional $15. Apple strudel is dessert. Dinner costs $39 per person and will be served from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Various locations; novecento.com.

Sette Osteria. The special menu’s highlights are ravioli della nonna, homemade pumpkin ravioli topped generously with amaretti crumbles and butter sage sauce; and tacchino al forno, featuring roast turkey, ciabatta stuffing, pancetta Brussels sprouts, spiced sweet potatoes, and cranberry chutney. Dinner costs $45 per person. Reservations are encouraged. 2103 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-576-8282; setteosteria.com.

Prime 112. Signature holiday offerings will be added to the regular à la carte menu. Look for Kobe beef and sausage stuffing, Southern fried turkey leg with gravy, sweet potato cupcakes with marshmallow frosting, and a slow-roasted natural turkey with cranberries and gravy. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. 112 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; 305-695-8484; mylesrestaurantgroup.com.

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9 Ways to Stop Thanksgiving From Sending Your Energy Bill Soaring

 

9 Ways to Stop Thanksgiving From Sending Your Energy Bill Soaring

9 Ways to Stop Thanksgiving From Sending Your Energy Bill Soaring

Like turning down the heat when you crank up the oven.

Your home gets a serious workout on Thanksgiving. While you may be packing on the pounds, your home is sweating from increased usage — more people coming in and out, and more digital devices to charge so everyone can keep up with their favorite football team and friends.

Your home’s energy consumption can skyrocket, especially when the oven’s working non-stop and you’re pulling out kitchen gadgets to chop and puree.

Give your home a break, and don’t make it work so hard, which will also save you cash on energy bills. Try these tips:

A Few Days Before Thanksgiving

  1. Install a dimmer switch for the dining room chandelier. Every time you dim a bulb’s brightness by 10%, you’ll double the bulb’s lifespan. Most CFLs don’t work with dimmers, but you can create mood lighting with incandescents and LEDs.
  2. Plan side dishes that can cook simultaneously with the turkey. If you cook dishes at the same temperature at the same time, you’ll reduce the amount of time the oven has to be running — it’s easier for the cook and saves energy, too.

When You Start Cooking

  1. Lower your house thermostat a few degrees. The oven will keep the house warm. You also can turn on your ceiling fan so it sucks air up, distributing heat throughout the room.
  2. Use ceramic or glass pans — you can turn down the oven’s temp by up to 25 degrees and get the same results. That’s because these materials retain heat so well, they’ll continue cooking food even after being removed from the oven.
  3. Use your oven’s convection feature. When heated air is circulated around the food, it reduces the required temperature and cooking time. You’ll cut your energy use by about 20%.
  4. Cook in the microwave whenever possible. Ditto slow cookers. Microwaves get the job done quickly, and although slow cookers take much longer, they still use less energy than the oven. Resist the urge to peek inside your slow cooker: Each time you remove the lid, it releases heat and can add about 25 minutes of cooking time to your dish.
  5. Use lids on pots to retain heat. The food you’re cooking on the stovetop will heat up faster when you use lids.

When It’s Cleanup Time

  1. Scrape plates instead of rinsing with hot water. Unless food is really caked on there, your dishwasher should get the dishes clean without a pre-rinse. Compost your non-meat food waste.
  2. Use your dishwasher. It saves energy and water, so only hand-wash things that aren’t dishwasher-safe. Wait until you’ve got a full load before starting the dishwasher. Be sure to stop the appliance before the heated dry cycle; just open the door and let your dishes air-dry.

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Upsizing your Home

Upsizing your Home

Upsizing your Home

Unfortunately, our homes don’t always grow with us. What may have initially worked fine for a single person, a young couple’s starter home, or a family with a newborn can quickly become too small as families expand and multiple generations live under one roof.

Remodeling and adding to your home is one option for creating more space, but it can be costly, and the size of your property may be prohibitive. That’s when moving to a bigger home becomes the best solution.

WHERE DO YOU NEED MORE SPACE?

The first thought when upsizing your home is to simply consider square footage, bedrooms, and bathrooms. But it’s important to take a more critical approach to how your space will actually be used. If you have younger children (or possibly more on the way), then focusing on bedrooms and bathrooms makes sense. But if your children are closer to heading off to college or starting their own families, it may be better to prioritize group spaces like the kitchen, dining room, living room, and outdoor space—it’ll pay off during the holidays or summer vacations, when everyone is coming to visit for big gatherings.

MOVING OUTWARD

If you need more space, but don’t necessarily want a more expensive home, you can probably get a lot more house for your money if you move a little further from a city center. While the walkability and short commutes of a dense neighborhood or condo are hard to leave beyond, your lifestyle—and preferences for hosting Thanksgiving, barbecues, and birthdays—might mean that a spacious home in the suburbs makes the most sense. It’s your best option for upsizing while avoiding a heftier price tag.

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HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (11-09-18)

11-09 2018 Hollywood Florida

HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of  November  9, 2018

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Ocean Palms Hollywood

Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach

3101 Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida

Hollywood Florida is one paradise in the city that offers much comfort, leisure and convenience. Beach, parks, restaurants and everything nice at reach in the wonderful city of Hollywood. Have the home in the city now. The Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach is one of the high rise homes located in Hollywood bringing you comfort and leisure. It is located just few minutes away from Sunny Isles Beach.

Ocean palms Hollywood Florida

The Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach is an oceanfront home to many since 2006. The 39 story building has 240 unit for rent or for sale. Enjoy the magnificent city ocean views or the Intracoastal Waterway and equipped with the well maintained facility like the media room, business center and swimming pools that are exclusive for resident’s use. The condominium also offers valet parking and concierge ready to assist anytime. Being close to the beach, explore other water sport offered by the nearby water sports center. Living in the Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach will give you reason why Florida is a hot travel destination from people around the world. Each unit is intricately designed to satisfy your distinctive taste with Rich European wood cabinetry and customized lighting and floors.

Ocean palms Hollywood Florida

You can never go wrong in having this simply magnificent home at Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach. Considering luxury and comfort at your home, you deserve to have this for your home.

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