$152,000 – Beautifully Renovated Granite Kitchen – 2 Bed/2 Bath – 1 Pet (30 lbs)

August 15, 2013

SOLD

Walk in and you are home in Florida! Enjoy the comforts of this absolutely beautiful renovation. Super Granite kitchen with 2 entrances with modern cabinetry and fixtures. Lots of light with trey ceiling and installed lighting. 20” neutral Porcelain tile floors throughout. Southern views. Relax and entertain on your balcony. Includes ‘doggie door’ too! Huge master bedroom and Granite amenities in master bath. Walk-in Closet. Attractive Floor plan features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths with interior shutters and en Suite Laundry. Special Assessment $58 mo for 1 yr.


$176,500 – Spacious 3 Bedroom/2.5 Bath Condo – 1810 SF – Fabulous Terrace – <30 Lb Pet

August 15, 2013

SOLD

6372 La Costa Dr #505 – Boca Raton 33433.
Beautiful La Costa! Live the Florida Lifestyle! This condo is large enough for your family!
Close to everything. Beaches, Airports, Shopping, Restaurants and Schools.


For Sale Boca Raton Condo – $128,900

May 3, 2013

SOLD

Spacious 2 bedroom/2 bath, 1388 SF w/ Tile floors. Huge balcony runs the length of condo and can be accessed from all rooms. SE exposure makes it bright and light. Pool. Easy Florida living in Boca Del Mar!


Annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival 2013

February 28, 2013

The last weekend of February is when Lake Worth FL hosts the largest street painting festival in the country and the city comes alive with art!

Lake Worth is an artist community and some call this historic city on the Intracoastal Waterway, “Key West north of Key West.” You’ll know if it’s true or not when you walk the main streets filled with music, food and laughter!

Artists from all over the country come to Lake Worth to participate. Every year the attendance grows. You don’t want to miss it.

Real estate in our low-rise city consists of single family homes and condos. If you would like more information on Sales in Lake Worth or Palm Beach County, just send me an email.


SOLD – Boca Raton, Florida 33433

January 3, 2013

Bright and Light – 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths – Enormous Terrace and another off breakfast room. Stunning Vistas – Spacious Family size condo – Enjoy the Easy Florida Lifestyle – Beaches, Shopping, Restaurant’s, Airports all at your fingertips!
Call Linda 561-635-1578 Email Linda@tropicaldreamteam.com


Alfajores

December 4, 2012

It’s Christmas time. Time for those special holiday recipes and Cookies! I love sugary sweets…do you?

Scoop over Cake

Alfajores

Alfajores are two buttery crop shortbread cookies sandwiched together with a sticky and gooey “Dulce de leche” which is a caramel-like-filling. As you might very well know, all my baking goods are home made, so the Dulce de Leche is also made from the scratch. It consists of boiling down cow’s or goat’s milk (I used cow’s), mixed with sugar, corn syrup, baking soda and salt, until thick and golden coloured. It’s a long process that takes at least an hour in order to obtain the perfect texture. It’s a lot of work but it’s worth it for its taste is unique and it goes perfectly with the shortbread cookies. To finish them off, I sprinkled the tops of the cookies with confectioners sugar to give them a fancy appearance.

Dulce de leche (“sweet of milk” or “milk candy” also known as “cajeta”, “arequipe” or “manjar”) is originated in Latin…

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Multiple Offers on Homes are Now Common

April 1, 2011

I’ve been working with a number of Buyers these past months. If you thought you would get a bargain in Florida today, you will have to wait your turn. Buyers have come out in force because many prices have dropped to ridiculous numbers. What the Buyers don’t know is this, it’s a game! The lower the price goes, the more interested the Buyer. The listing agent for these homes collects the offers. When they have the highest and best, they submit to the Seller or Lender. The later being the usual case. Many Buyers will offer the asking price. Guess what? Too low. Of course it is, silly. The home now gets bid up and sells at a price much closer to its market value.

Prices seem to be stabilizing. By some predictions, next year might even be a Sellers market. When all I could say last year, ‘ It’s a Good time to Buy in Florida,’ it is! Prices on homes are the lowest in 10 years in many areas of the state. Sellers should be optimistic. The time on market is less than a year, and for more Sellers, six months is the norm.  If you’ve been following the advice of experts and getting your home updated with new materials, paint, and fresh landscape, you’ll have many more showings that will lead to a quicker sale.  Curb appeal gets Buyers through the door! Buyers are seriously out there and Sellers should be making any concessions they can, to move onward. You just can’t steal ’em any more.


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