Admirals Cove To Expand Marina!

The Admirals Cove Country Club is one of the most prestigious yachting and golf communities that America has to offer. It offers its residents the convenience of backyard docks with over six miles of pristine warm and tropical inland waterways that boast easy Intracoastal access. Admirals Cove also offers golf enthusiasts 45 pristine and perfectly designed holes of championship golf with sweeping fairways and tropical views. Club membership provides access to a variety of fabulous amenities and services that include a full service salon and spa, fabulous five star dining venues, a state of the art fitness center, an outstanding tennis complex, and so much more sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. Plus the Club at Admirals Cove also features maybe the finest marina that the South Florida area has to offer. The marina offers 130 very desirable boat slips capable of accommodating watercrafts of all sizes. It also features a convenient location just eight miles north of the Port of Palm Beach and only a short two miles south of the Jupiter Inlet on the west side of the Intracoastal just north of Channel Marker 21 in the sunny South Florida town of Jupiter. On Tuesday, November the 18th 2014 the Jupiter City Council approved the Club at Admirals Cove for a renovation and redesign project. The project is designed to rearrange and move docks...

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Be The Best Homebuyer You Can Be!

Purchasing a home is a very important and tricky experience that is sure to be one of the largest transactions you will ever be apart of. That is why it so important you are the best homebuyer you can possibly be. So we developed a collection of the top pieces of home buying advice sure to help you be the best homebuyer you can be. Be Sure And Do Your Homework: It is imperative that you start out your home buying experience the right way and that means doing your homework. The success of your home purchase can be determined on how well you do your homework. This means doing research on everything such as the agent you are going to hire, what you want in a home, what is available out there for a home, market trend and conditions, etc. Understand Your Financial Responsibility: Knowing and fully understanding any and all of your financial responsibilities involved with buying and owning a home is essential to the home buying experience. All too often we see a recent home buyer get surprised when they learn about all the financial responsibilities involved with their new home. So it is important that you fully understand all the financial responsibility involved in your potential homes on top of your mortgage payment such as taxes, insurance, maintenance fees, furniture and appliance costs, etc. Hire...

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Getting Your Home Show Ready!

It is very important that you prepare your home correctly when getting it ready for showings. Clients often ask our experts what they should do to get their home ready for showings. Here is the advice we often give them when counseling them on how to prepare their home to show. Open up the shades and pull back the drapes to let in as much natural light as you possibly can. Optimizing your natural light is a great way to increase the appeal of your home to potential buyers. Clean it until it sparkles. It is very important that you get your home as clean as possible before it is showed to potential buyers. The dirtier a home the less maintained it seems to them. Get it staged by a professional. Staging a home is a great way to boost the desirability of it to potential buyers. Consider hiring a professional to help stage your home and get it ready to show. Make any and all necessary repairs. It is important that you make sure to take care of all the necessary repairs. Because if and when your potential buyers see them it can have them start wondering what else is wrong. Depersonalize your home completely. You want potential buyers to see their future home not your current one. It is very important that you remove any and all...

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Seasonal Home Decorating 101!

Decorating your home seasonally is a great way to catch the eye of potential buyers and really deliver you home some very desirable appeal. According to the experts homes show better when decorated but only if it is done correctly. So here is a list of the top five tips from our experts on seasonal home decorating to help ensure when you decorate your home seasonally it is a complete success. Don’t Go Crazy: It is crucial that from the start you stay in control so that you don’t go and over do it. It is important that any time you decorate your home you do so with discretion but even more so when decorating seasonally. There is a fine line between decorating your home and cluttering it up. Remember your decorations are supposed to highlight your home not take it over. Keep Things Neutral: You need to remember that you are decorating seasonally to increase your homes desirability not display your beliefs or religious background so be sure and keep things neutral. For fall consider things like pinecones, gourds, pumpkins, and colored leaves. For winter consider things like white lights, candles, rosemary branches, and fresh evergreen wreaths. Touch All The Senses: It is important for you to try and touch all the senses of your potential buyers if you are going to decorate seasonal. This means incorporating some...

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Homebuyers Look Out For These Red Flags!

Homebuyers, it is extremely important that you look out for these red flags when looking at potential homes because sellers wont always disclose everything they should to potential buyers. So here is list of the top five red flags to look out for during your home search to help you better whittle down your potential home list. Multiple Homes For Sale In The Neighborhood: A mass exodus from the neighborhood is a big red flag that you need to be sure and look out for when looking at potential homes. It is important that you don’t get caught up in the curb appeal of a potential home, and take a look down the street and see how the potential neighborhood is doing. Plus ask the neighbors what they think of the neighborhood because if everyone wants to leave maybe you should too. Missing Structural Walls Or Floors: If a property is missing a structural wall or floor it can be very dangerous and it is a red flag that you need to be sure and get checked out. Yes you may love how it has opened up the floor plan and adds space but if a load-bearing wall was removed without correctly adjusting the framing for it, things can shift and cause you lots of problems down the road. If you run across a property like this be sure...

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Top Seven Upgrades To Spruce Up Your Kitchen!

When it come to getting a home sold quicker and at a more premium selling price a fresh upgraded kitchen is a must. So here is a list from our experts on the top seven ways to upgrade your kitchen to increase its appeal to potential buyers. Freshen Up Your Cabinets: Out-dated and worn-out cabinets can greatly affect the way your entire kitchen looks and feels. Which can lead potential buyers to believe the entire thing needs to be gutted and completely remodeled forcing a lot of buyers to move on and look for something else. Consider re-facing or painting your cabinets to avoid this issue happening to you. Upgrade Your Countertops: A chipped, stained, or simply outdated countertop can really detract from the appeal of your kitchen and its desirability to potential buyers. Sometimes it can just be the fact that its color clashes with the design style of the overall kitchen. Consider updating your countertop to a more neutral color of something like granite, marble, or even a laminate to appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. Optimize Your Lighting: The lighting in your kitchen is essential when it comes to setting the mood of your kitchen and it can greatly affect the way potential buyers feel about your home. This includes the natural light so be sure and optimize that as well. You can really...

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