April 28, 2017

Bill Passed that Caps Estoppel Certificate Fees

HB 483/SB 398, which caps estoppel certificate fees, was just passed by the Florida Legislature! As many of you know, this is a long-standing issue that those in the real estate industry have been working on for several years, and its passage represents a big win for homeowners and Realtors across the state. This bill caps the […]
April 26, 2015

Lakefront Condo Sold

Congratulations to my seller who recently closed on her lakefront penthouse apartment. This was one of the few condos around that had three spacious bedrooms with a split floor plan and three full baths. The seller was incredibly happy in getting the highest price for a condo in her building this year, despite the fact that it needed total renovation. This was a great deal for […]
January 28, 2015

Sold – Waterfront Condo in Bay Harbor

The condo market continues to be hot.  I represented the buyers in the sale of a two bedroom, two bath waterfront condo on Bay Harbor Island in Miami Beach . This condo sold for a sweet $285,000, a great price for an apartment with bay and city views from every room. The owners are thrilled with their purchase and […]
November 3, 2014

New Listing in Cedar Glenn

I just listed an amazing 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1,562 square foot lakefront penthouse in North Miami. This spacious and cheerful apartment looks out over the lake and pool from the living room, kitchen and screened-in porch.  It has split plan master bedrooms with walk-in closets, one of which has a screened-in porch.  The building has a […]
September 29, 2014

The Best Real Estate Market Indicator – Number of Months Supply

The number of months supply of housing inventory is the most important metric in the real estate business and the key to understanding housing market value trends. The optimum number of months supply ranges between six and nine months.  Once the number of months supply falls below six months, the value of homes and condos increase. […]
August 31, 2014

The Courts Did Right by this Disabled Veteran

A disabled veteran prevailed in the federal appeals courts this week on a discrimination lawsuit against a Central Florida condominium association. Ajit Bhogaita, an Air Force veteran, suffers from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  In 2008, he acquired a support dog named Kane to help him in his recovery. The dog exceeded the condo association’s allowed weight limit of 25 pounds so the condo […]
May 3, 2014

250 Wynwood – Going Up

Wynwood is going condo with a live/work building in the Arts District just a hop away from Wynwood Walls.   The project is designed by New York City-based architect Laith Sayigh and is being developed by Fortis Developments co-founders, Bradley R. Carlson and David Polinsky. The mixed-use project consists of two ground floor retail units […]
December 18, 2013

Paraiso Bay – Presale Lux Condo In East Edgewater

Paraiso Bay is a new luxury condominium close to Miami’s arts, entertainment, and design districts and just south of the Julia Tuttle Causeway, in the East Edgewater area. It features two 53-story luxury towers with 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms, plus penthouses, each with over-sized terraces and private elevator entrance. The residences will have fabulous unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay and the city skyline. Pre-construction […]
December 17, 2013

The Condo Construction Craze

Been downtown lately?  It’s a mass of construction cranes.  Condo towers are going up all over the place from Miami Beach to Hollywood. I’ve been tracking the 35 condo projects currently under construction in Miami-Dade County.  Three of them are now completed towers*. Most of these are available for pre-sale, meaning you can place a […]