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Assessing the Trend – What “Surban” Looks Like in South Florida
Along with other interesting 2017 real estate trends such as how the election will impact housing, drones and millennial buyers, a recent MarketWatch article brings up a new term that
Getting Your Home Ready for Sale over the Holidays
Is selling your home at the top of your 2017 resolution list? If so, here are some things you can do now, over the month of December, to get ready
What’s Really Going On with Las Olas?
If you’re familiar with Fort Lauderdale, you know that Las Olas Boulevard is the heart of the city downtown, and it is one of the major drivers of real estate
Come on Ride the Train – What is Brightline, and what does it mean for Real Estate in Fort Lauderdale?
It may not be obvious if you’re not tuned in to the real estate scene, but Fort Lauderdale is in the midst of a new construction boom. Part of the
3 Reasons Now’s a Great Time to Sell Your Fort Lauderdale Home
Recently on the blog I discussed reasons why now is a great time to buy in Fort Lauderdale. Well don’t feel left out if you already have a home or
5 Reasons Now’s a Great Time to Buy in Fort Lauderdale
As you may know, I was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale and have a real passion for this city. From a real estate standpoint, it is my favorite city
3 Ways to Increase Your Home’s Value for Sale
Thinking of selling your home? Here are three ways you can bump up your home’s value for sale, so you can maximize on your profit. There are tons and tons
Buy from Flippers or Do the Reno Yourself?
When you buy a home in South Florida, or any market where most of the housing stock is older – and not new construction – you will most likely have to