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Start 2017 Off Right… List Your House for Sale

As we are about to bring in the New Year, families across the country will be deciding if this is the year that they will sell their current house and move into their dream home. Many will decide that it is smarter to wait until the spring “buyer’s market” to list their house. In the past, that might have made sense. However, this winter is not like recent years.The recent jump in mortgage rates has forced buyers off the fence and into ...

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High Demand for Home Sales, 5 Reasons You Should Sell Now

5 Reasons to Sell This FallSchool is back in session, the holidays are right around the corner, you might not think that now is the best time to sell your house. But with inventory below historic numbers and demand still strong, you could be missing out on a great opportunity for your family.Here are five reasons why you should consider selling your house this fall:Demand Is Strong The latest Realtors' Confidence Index from th...

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Orr’s Pond

Orr’s Pond is a gated community located in South Miami. The history of the community began in 1937 as the original estate of the Orr family. The original Orr home is a charming storybook cottage style with over 16,500 square feet of land. Orr’s Pond community was constructed in 1988 that has now been fully walled and gated with 18 homes added.The community features a winding drive under huge, mature oak trees and lush vegetation by ...

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Ponce-Davis

Ponce-Davis is an unincorporated exclusive community in Miami, bordering High Pines on the west, Coral Gables on the north and south, and Old Cutler Road on the east. The community has access to all of the amenities Coral Gables has to offer. Ponce-Davis is minutes away from Downtown Miami and walking distance to the many shops, bars and restaurants in South Miami and Merrick Park Shopping Center.The neighborhood is very family oriented...

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The City of Miami Beach

Miami Beach is located on the coast of Miami-Dade County, comprised of a group of natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The community was incorporated on March 26, 1915. Miami Beach is known for its Art Deco architectural style and heritage.The history of Miami Beach began in 1870, when father and son Henry and Charles Lum purchased the uninhabited land for 25 cents an acre. The Biscayne Hous...

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Westchester

Westchester is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in suburban Miami-Dade County with over 29,000 residents, located between SW 8th Street (Tamiami Trail) south to SW 40th Street (Bird Road) and SW 117th Avenue east to the Palmetto Expressway.The public schools belonging to the Westchester area include Royal Palm Elementary, Coral Park Elementary, Banyan Elementary, Emerson Elementary, Olympia Heights Elementary, Tropi...

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Cutler Bay

Cutler Bay is located from SW 184th Street, also known as Eureka Drive, east of US1 to the coast, and north of Black Point Marina. The community of Cutler Bay was incorporated on November of 2005, making it the youngest incorporated municipality in the State of Florida. Today Cutler Bay is home to over 40,000 residents.In August 1992, Cutler Bay was greatly affected by Hurricane Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane and one of the most powerfu...

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The Village of Pinecrest

Pinecrest was incorporated on March 12, 1996 and is situated twenty minutes south of Downtown Miami and Miami International Airport. Henry Flagler used the land at US1 and Southwest 102 Street as a staging area during the construction of the Overseas Railroad to the Florida Keys in the early 1900s.By the 1930s, the community began to evolve around Parrot Jungle and Gardens, one of the first tourist attractions established in the Miami a...

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High Pines

Located between Coral Gables and South Miami, High Pines is a neighborhood of high demand and short supply. The homes have large lots and are newly constructed with prices ranging from $400,000 to over $2,000,000. Housing options in this area range from luxury homes to townhouses and condominiums. High Pines is not located within the city limits of South Miami or Coral Gables, but rather a subdivision in unincorporated Miami-Dade County....

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Coral Gables – “The City Beautiful”

Founded in the 1920s, Coral Gables is a notable beauty with Mediterranean-style architecture located just southwest of downtown Miami. The Gables is a well known area of Miami with classic Old Spanish homes originally constructed in the 1920s and 1930s. The Gables keeps its nickname “The City Beautiful” because local authorities enforce rules on homeowners to keep their community looking its best. The streets are lined with trees and there...

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