MIDTOWN MIAMI ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (09-28-18)

MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of September 28, 2018

 

MIDTOWN MIAMI REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

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Paramount Bay Condo Miami

Paramount Bay Condo Miami

Luxury living is at its best in Miami. The Paramount Bay Condo Miami offers an indulgence of the overall luxury from the edifice, services, amenities and facilities, employees, and location. A waterfront high-rise at 2020 North Bayshore Drive, Miami Florida is a modern, city and beach home with a magnificent panoramic view of the city, beach and skyline.

The Paramount Bay Condo Miami is a craft of the internationally acclaimed architectural firm, Arquitectonica with the interior design of Kravitz Design Inc. The masters in the field put up together their creative skills in creating such ingenious craft of a 47-story all-glass condo accommodating over 346 units. The three-story lobby has a welcoming aura of with a spacious area and warm welcoming staff. Maintenance includes utilities such as high-speed Internet, cable TV and water, insurance on the exterior of the building and access to all amenities. On top of it Paramount Bay Condo allows residents to have a maximum of two pets.

Paramount Bay Condo Miami

Paramount Bay Condo Miami features:

  • Private elevators and private foyers for each residence
  • Spacious 10′ high ceilings
  • Floor through floor plans with city and bay views
  • Grand obby with 30-foot high ceilings and private elevator banks
  • One of the deepest terraces in any project at eight feet
  • Signature solid core doors
  • All residences have stunning direct east bay views
  • Floor to ceiling hurricane impact windows
  • Penthouse residences feature garden terraces
  • Main pool deck with 91-foot long pool, cabanas, outdoor games and outdoor movie theater
  • Two-story 6,000 square foot spa and fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, including Wii Fit, sauna, steam and private treatment rooms
  • Building-wide fiber optic backbone allowing for the fastest Internet possible

Paramount Bay Condo Miami

Each unit features:

  • Signature European cabinets with exotic wood finish
  • Luxury stone countertops
  • Sub Zero Stainless Refrigerators
  • Wolf high grade commercial appliances
  • Stainless Blanco under mount sink
  • KWC stainless modern faucet
  • Dornbracht fixtures
  • Floating Vanities with double storage
  • Duravit Starck toilets and bidets
  • High quality stone counter tops
  • 6 foot widen height glass rain showers w/ hand held
  • Relaxation shower bench
  • Fully stocked kitchen
  • Billiard table
  • European chic seating
  • Plasma televisions

Taking luxury to a paramount only at Miami. Experience comfort and leisure at the Paramount Bay Condo Miami. Contact an agent now and have the home you’ve always dreamed of.

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DIY Kitchen Remodeling on a Budget: 5 Money-Saving Steps

DIY Kitchen Remodeling on a Budget: 5 Money-Saving Steps

DIY Kitchen Remodeling on a Budget: 5 Money-Saving Steps

By: Houselogic

Can’t afford an entire kitchen remodel in one fell swoop? You can complete the work in 5 budget-saving stages (and still cook dinner during the down time).

Major kitchen remodels are among the most popular home improvements, but a revamped cooking and gathering space can set you back a pretty penny. According to the “Remodeling Impact Report” from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, a complete renovation of a 210-square-foot kitchen has a national median cost of $65,000, and you’ll recover 62% of that cost come selling time.

Despite the big price tag, you’ll be glad you upgraded. In fact, homeowners polled for the “Report” gave their kitchen redo a Joy Score of 10 — a rating based on those who said they were happy or satisfied with their remodeling, with 10 being the highest rating and 1 the lowest.

If you can’t afford the entire remodel all at once, complete the work in these five budget-saving stages.

Stage One: Start with a Complete Design Plan

Your plan should be comprehensive and detailed — everything from the location of the refrigerator to which direction the cabinet doors will open to whether you need a spice drawer.

To save time (and money) during tear-out and construction, plan on using your existing walls and kitchen configuration. That’ll keep plumbing and electrical systems mostly intact, and you won’t have the added expense — and mess — of tearing out walls.

Joseph Feinberg, vice president of Allied Kitchen and Bath in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., recommends hiring a professional designer, such as an architect or a certified kitchen designer, who can make sure the details of your plans are complete. You’ll pay about 10% of the total project for a pro designer, but you’ll save a whole bunch of headaches that would likely cost as much — or more — to fix. Plus, a pro is likely to offer smart solutions you hadn’t thought of.

For a nominal fee, you also can get design help from a major home improvement store. However, you’ll be expected to purchase some of your cabinets and appliances from that store.

  • Cost: professional designer: $5,800 (10% of total)
  • Key strategies: Once your plans are set, you can hold onto them until you’re ready to remodel.
  • Time frame: 3 to 6 months

Stage Two: Order the Cabinets, Appliances, and Lighting Fixtures

Cabinets and appliances are the biggest investments in your kitchen remodeling project. If you’re remodeling in stages, you can order them any time after the plans are complete and store them in a garage (away from moisture) or in a spare room until you’re ready to pull the trigger on the installation.

Remember that it may take four to six weeks from the day you order them for your cabinets to be delivered.

If you can’t afford all new appliances, keep your old ones for now — but plan to buy either the same sizes, or choose larger sizes and design your cabinets around those larger measurements. You can replace appliances as budget permits later on.

The same goes for your lighting fixtures: If you can live with your old ones for now, you’ll save money by reusing them.

You’ll have to decide about flooring, too — one of the trickier decisions to make because it also affects how and when you install cabinets.

You’ll need to know if your old flooring runs underneath your cabinets, or if the flooring butts up against the cabinet sides and toe kicks. If the flooring runs underneath, you’ll have some leeway for new cabinet configurations — just be sure the old flooring will cover any newly exposed floor areas. Here are points to remember:

  • Keep old flooring for cost savings. This works if your new cabinets match your old layout, so that the new cabinets fit exactly into the old flooring configuration. If the existing flooring runs underneath your cabinets and covers all flooring area, then any new cabinet configuration will be fine.
  • Keep your old flooring for now and cover it or replace it later. Again, this works if your cabinet configuration is identical to the old layout.

However, if you plan to cover your old flooring or tear it out and replace it at some point in the future, remember that your new flooring might raise the height of your floor, effectively lowering your cabinet height.

For thin new floor coverings, such as vinyl and linoleum, the change is imperceptible. For thicker floorings, such as wood and tile, you might want to take into account the change in floor height by installing your new cabinets on shims.

  • Cost: cabinets: $16,000 (27% of total); appliances and lighting fixtures: $8,500 (15% of total); vinyl flooring: $1,000 (2% of total)
  • Key strategy: Keep old appliances, lighting fixtures, and flooring and use them until you can afford new ones.
  • Time frame: 2 to 3 weeks

Stage Three: Gut the Kitchen and Do the Electrical and Plumbing Work

Here’s where the remodel gets messy. Old cabinetry and appliances are removed, and walls may have to be opened up for new electrical circuits. Keep in close contact with your contractor during this stage so you can answer questions and clear up any problems quickly. A major kitchen remodel can take six to 10 weeks, depending on how extensive the project is.

During this stage, haul your refrigerator, microwave, and toaster oven to another room — near the laundry or the garage, for example — so you’ve got the means to cook meals. Feinberg suggests tackling this stage in the summer, when you can easily grill and eat outside. That’ll reduce the temptation to eat at restaurants, and will help keep your day-to-day costs under control.

  • Cost: $14,500 for tear-out and installation of new plumbing and electrical (25% of total)
  • Key strategies: Encourage your contractor to expedite the tear-out and installation of new systems. Plan a makeshift kitchen while the work is progressing. Schedule this work for summer when you can grill and eat outside.
  • Time frame: 6 to 10 weeks

Stage Four: Install Cabinets, Countertops, Appliances, Flooring, and Fixtures

If you’ve done your homework and bought key components in advance, you should roll through this phase. You’ve now got a (mostly) finished kitchen.

A high-end countertop and backsplash can be a sizable sum of money. If you can’t quite swing it, put down a temporary top, such as painted marine plywood or inexpensive laminate. Later, you can upgrade to granite, tile, solid surface, or marble.

  • Cost: $12,000 (21% of total)
  • Key strategy: Install an inexpensive countertop; upgrade when you’re able.
  • Time frame: 1 to 2 weeks

Final Phases: Upgrade if Necessary

Replace the inexpensive countertop, pull up the laminate flooring, and put in tile or hardwood, or buy that new refrigerator you wanted but couldn’t afford during the remodel. (Just make sure it fits in the space!)

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How to Check Your Home for Air Leaks

How to Check Your Home for Air Leaks

How to Check Your Home for Air Leaks

We’re well into the fall season and winter is right around the corner. This is the time of year when it’s especially important to make sure your home is properly sealed. Air leaks can make it difficult to keep your home properly heated and can lead to high utility bills. Here’s quick guide to checking your home for air leaks.

Do an air pressure test. You can quickly check for air leaks with a simple test using household items. Seal your home by completely closing all doors, windows, and vents and turning off exhaust fans. Then pass a burning incense stick along the edges of all doors, windows, and other openings to the outside. If the smoke is forced into or away from an opening, you’ve found a leak.

Inspect doors and windows. To check for leaks near your windows, attempt to rattle the frame. This will reveal whether there are gaps along the edges. Also check for cracks in the frame, loose screws in locks, or gaps anywhere in the window.

Door hinges and thresholds are common places for air leaks. Deteriorated weather stripping can also lead to leaks and the door itself can develop cracks that allow air to pass through.

Skylights are a little trickier to test and examine, but you can still do it yourself. Check for water stains near your skylights, which is a dead giveaway of a leak. If you suspect there is one, you’ll have to get on the roof for a closer inspection. Look for loose shingles, cracked roofing cement, and debris.

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (09-21-18)

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MIAMI SHORES REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of September 21, 2018

 

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Flight Wine Lounge & Shop Miami Shores

Flight Wine Lounge & Shop Miami Shores

 

9711 NE 2nd Ave Miami Shores, FL 33138

“Wine makes all things possible.”

― George R.R. Martin, The Mystery Knight

 

Rough day or celebration or work booster – wine indeed makes things possible. Rough day may get the energy out of you but a glass of wine helps relax the mind. Wine makes any party or celebration just more fun. To some, wine makes them more productive. It can uplift the mood and spark up the inner creativity. With the health benefits of wine, it is a good beverage to be taken in regularly in small amounts.

Flight Wine Lounge & Shop Miami Shores

It is time to leave everything behind the door when you enter the Flight Wine Lounge & Shop – Miami Shores. The 1st wine bar in Miami shores is now open to serve the people close to city. The recently opened wine shop serves a wide selection of wines, craft beers and food.  The ambiance is relaxing as it can be with friendly staff to take care of your order.

Flight Wine Lounge & Shop Miami Shores

Don’t miss the chance to taste a good wine and pair it with delectable serving of food that you’ll surely appreciate. Bring over your friends and take time to unwind after a long day. They are located at 9711 NE 2nd Avenue. They are open on Tuesday – Thursday at 5 pm – 9 pm and Friday – Saturday at 5 pm – 10 pm. So what’s the wait come? Come on and grab your glass. Cheers!

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6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

By: Houselogic

While you’d like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price.

Home not selling? That could happen for a number of reasons you can’t control, like a unique home layout or having one of the few homes in the neighborhood without a garage. There is one factor you can control: your home price.

These six signs may be telling you it’s time to lower your price.

1. You’re drawing few lookers.

You get the most interest in your home right after you put it on the market because buyers want to catch a great new home before anybody else takes it. If your real estate agent reports there have been fewer buyers calling about and asking to tour your home than there have been for other homes in your area, that may be a sign buyers think it’s overpriced and are waiting for the price to fall before viewing it.

2. You’re drawing lots of lookers but have no offers.

If you’ve had 30 sets of potential buyers come through your home and not a single one has made an offer, something is off. What are other agents telling your agent about your home? An overly high price may be discouraging buyers from making an offer.

3. Your home’s been on the market longer than similar homes.

Ask your real estate agent about the average number of days it takes to sell a home in your market. If the answer is 30 and you’re pushing 45, your price may be affecting buyer interest. When a home sits on the market, buyers can begin to wonder if there’s something wrong with it, which can delay a sale even further. At least consider lowering your asking price.

4. You have a deadline.

If you’ve got to sell soon because of a job transfer or you’ve already purchased another home, it may be necessary to generate buyer interest by dropping your price so your home is a little lower priced than comparable homes in your area. Remember: It’s not how much money you need that determines the sale price of your home, it’s how much money a buyer is willing to spend.

5. You can’t make upgrades.

Maybe you’re plum out of cash and don’t have the funds to put fresh paint on the walls, clean the carpets, and add curb appeal. But the feedback your agent is reporting from buyers is that your home isn’t as well-appointed as similarly priced homes. When your home has been on the market longer than comparable homes in better condition, it’s time to accept that buyers expect to pay less for a home that doesn’t show as well as others.

6. The competition has changed.

If weeks go by with no offers, continue to check out the competition. What have comparable homes sold for and what’s still on the market? What new listings have been added since you listed your home for sale? If comparable home sales or new listings show your price is too steep, consider a price reduction.

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HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (09-14-18)

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HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES

*as of  September 14, 2018

HOLLYWOOD FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BIGGEST SALES (07-20-18)

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Radius Hollywood Florida

Radius Hollywood Florida

1830 Radius Dr, Hollywood, FL

The City of Hollywood is one of the interesting cities of South Florida. It is a highly recommended beachfront community for residential and vacation spot. It is located at the Broward County between the great cities of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Radius Hollywood is a recommended place to reside with its convenient location, fascinating views and more.

Radius Hollywood by the architectural firm of Mouriz, Salazar & Associates is an outstanding 12 story condominium with 311 one to three bedroom units that offers an interesting view of the Young Circle Park. (Check out the floor plans) Enjoy the scenic city view or the enchanting Arts Park by the expansive balcony or the relaxing rooftop. Radius Hollywood features modern amenities and facilities that will make living worthwhile. From the state-of-the-art gym, internet cafe, valet service, concierge, clubroom and everything else.

Radius Hollywood Florida

Radius Hollywood Features:

Rooftop pool overlooking the Young Circle

Close to restaurants, resorts and shop areas

Internet Cafe

Valet Services and reserved parking spaces

Clubroom

First-class retail and office space

European-style Cabinetry

Whirlpool Gold stainless-steel appliances

Radius Hollywood Florida

Each unit is equipped with European-style cabinetry, granite counter top, designer tile flooring, Whirlpool stainless-steel appliances. Living in Radius Hollywood is living a luxurious lifestyle. You don’t have to walk out for a relaxing time with the facilities provided for the residents. Also, find these interesting stops just a few miles away from home – restaurants, shop areas and beach.

With all the advantages of living in Radius Hollywood, have the keys in your hand now. Check out their website for more information and available units.

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How to Divide Plants

How to Divide Plants

How to Divide Plants

By: Houselogic

Make the most of your perennials by dividing and transplanting favorites that have outgrown their homes.

Follow these dividing and transplanting tips for lush and healthy gardens and landscaping.

Why Divide and Transplant?

Plants need space to thrive. When they become too big for their garden spots, powdery mildew coats leaves, insects chow down on blooms and stems, and centers become brown.

When you divide and transplant, each perennial — the new and old — blooms more. Plus, divided plants are cheap plants — they fill in garden gaps and are a hit at neighborhood plant swaps.

When’s the Best Time to Transplant?

Transplanting rule of thumb: If it flowers in spring, transplant in fall; if it flowers in fall, transplant when the blossoms fade.

But really, anytime is an OK time to move perennials if you can dig the ground and water the transplants. If you transplant in warm weather, avoid hot afternoons.

Early fall is particularly good because rain is more plentiful in most regions, and roots have an entire winter to grow and anchor themselves into the ground. Some happy fall transplants include:

  • Peony
  • Bleeding heart
  • Hosta
  • Spring bulbs such as tulips and iris

Plants that would rather be transplanted in spring are:

  • Coneflowers
  • Black-eyed Susans
  • Mums

Dividing Without Tears

You don’t need a surgeon’s touch to divide perennials, which are hardier than they look.

“Just dig or pull it out; you won’t hurt it,” says Sheri Ann Richerson, author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Year-Round Gardening.”

5 Essential Steps for Dividing Plants

  1. Prune the plant by about a third, which reduces its water requirements after transplanting.
  2. Place a shovel or spade where you want to divide the plant, push the tool down through the plant and roots, and pull up the divided plant.
  3. When dividing bulbs, dig up the mature plants and gently pull bulbs apart with your fingers.
  4. To divide hostas, cut roots with a sharp knife or shears.
  5. Trim the roots of divided plants, which makes them stronger and healthier (just like trimming split ends makes hair healthier).

6 Essential Steps for Transplanting

  1. Give plants a nice long drink before transplanting. Immerse their roots in a bucket of water with a small amount of fertilizer for at least 30 minutes and no longer than overnight. Place the bucket in a shady place. This will decrease plant stress.
  2. Amend soil with compost from your pile or a slow-release fertilizer. Bulbs will appreciate a handful of bone meal.
  3. Dig a hole about twice the diameter of the plant.
  4. If you’ve got clay garden soil, place crushed gravel or terra-cotta pot shards in the bottom of the hole to increase drainage.
  5. Place plant in hole and cover with soil.
  6. Water thoroughly and check every day or two to make sure the soil is moist, not sopping.

More Tips

  • Divide and transplant perennials every three to five years.
  • Dividing and transplanting temporarily stresses plants, so pick a day that’s not too hot or cold. A mild, overcast day about a month before the first hard frost is best.
  • Let plants rest for a couple of weeks after blooming, which is stressful. Then transplant.
  • If a heat wave suddenly appears, shade transplants with a beach umbrella and water daily.

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