South Florida Real Estate Blog + News

  • What Is the Difference Between a Realtor and a Real Estate Agent

    There are certain words that we can interchange because they mean exactly the same thing. If you walk down the street and ask people if the term real estate agent and realtor mean the same thing almost, if not every single person will say yes. However, this is not the case. There is, in fact, a difference between a realtor … Read More

  • Benefits of Investing in Palm Beach Real Estate

    Real Estate is one of the fastest growing industries in the country right now. There are many investment opportunities open for the taking. ‘The next 24 months look doggone good for real estate” said one lender at a major financial institution. There are numerous benefits of investing in Palm Beach real estate. Benefits of Investing in Palm Beach Real Estate, … Read More

  • From Old to New: Couple Renovates Beach Point Apartment

    It is not uncommon for people to move in order to be closer to their family. However, it is pretty unusual to move after you finish renovating your new apartment. That is the story of the Gurbacki’s. Five years ago Gerry and Jan Gurbacki came to visit friends in Palm Beach. During their stay here the Gubacki’s walked across the street from their … Read More

  • 5 Projected Real Estate Trends Since Trump Election

    Donald Trump’s election sent shockwaves through the world and is considered one of the biggest upsets in political history. Since election day, speculation has run abound about what a Trump administration would mean for U.S. economy, and for the real estate market. While we will receive the answers over the next four years, or potentially eight, the brief time since … Read More

  • Florida Condos Will Be Required to Install Fire-Safety Retrofits

    Governor Rick Scott recently vetoed a bill that would give condo owner associations the option to avoid or delay installing sprinkler systems in older buildings. These costly installations will be required within 3 years. At least 5,600 building in Florida lack these basic fire sprinkler systems – buildings under 75 feet are not required to install these systems. Read more about … Read More