Archive | April, 2011

Bold Real Estate Group St. Lucie West Office

27 Apr

Bold Real Estate Group St. Lucie West New Location

Bold Real Estate Group is a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers and sellers.  Our team of professionals strive to provide the highest standard of real estate service Locally, Nationally and Internationally by combining today’s technologies with yesterday’s caring attitude.  Their goal is to give their clients the confidence to know that their transaction will be completed successfully and with confidentiality.  Buyers trust us to expose them to properties that meet and exceed their desires. Sellers can rely on us to reach a wider range of prospective buyers.

Carlos J. Gil, President.  As of January 19, 2011 achieved his Real Estate Broker’s Licensed in the State of New York, Carlos is a proud member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) and International Consortium of Real Estate Association (ICREA)

Millie Gil, Vice President.  A successful licensed agent for over twenty-five years ; always prepared to assist buyers and sellers with every real estate need.   Whether you’re a first time homebuyer or experienced investor, Millie is committed to work diligently to deliver satisfactory results.

You may contact Carlos and Millie at their office located at 1850 SW Fountainview Blvd, Suite 201 in St. Lucie West or by email at boldrealestategroup@comcast.net  or Carlos direct number at (772) 224-9011 or Millie at (772) 224-1634  Visit  www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com or www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com

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6 Tips for Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home

27 Apr

6 Tips for Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home

By: G. M. Filisko

Published: February 10, 2010

Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers.

1. Understand the process

All offers are negotiable, as your agent will tell you. When you receive an offer, you can accept it, reject it, or respond by asking that terms be modified, which is called making a counteroffer.

2. Set baselines

Decide in advance what terms are most important to you. For instance, if price is most important, you may need to be flexible on your closing date. Or if you want certainty that the transaction won’t fall apart because the buyer can’t get a mortgage, require a prequalified or cash buyer.

3. Create an offer review process

If you think your home will receive multiple offers, work with your agent to establish a time frame during which buyers must submit offers. That gives your agent time to market your home to as many potential buyers as possible, and you time to review all the offers you receive.

4. Don’t take offers personally

Selling your home can be emotional. But it’s simply a business transaction, and you should treat it that way. If your agent tells you a buyer complained that your kitchen is horribly outdated, justifying a lowball offer, don’t be offended. Consider it a sign the buyer is interested and understand that those comments are a negotiating tactic. Negotiate in kind.

5. Review every term

Carefully evaluate all the terms of each offer. Price is important, but so are other terms. Is the buyer asking for property or fixtures—such as appliances, furniture, or window treatments—to be included in the sale that you plan to take with you?

Is the amount of earnest money the buyer proposes to deposit toward the downpayment sufficient? The lower the earnest money, the less painful it will be for the buyer to forfeit those funds by walking away from the purchase if problems arise.

Have the buyers attached a prequalification or pre-approval letter, which means they’ve already been approved for financing? Or does the offer include a financing or other contingency? If so, the buyers can walk away from the deal if they can’t get a mortgage, and they’ll take their earnest money back, too. Are you comfortable with that uncertainty?

Is the buyer asking you to make concessions, like covering some closing costs? Are you willing, and can you afford to do that? Does the buyer’s proposed closing date mesh with your timeline?

With each factor, ask yourself: Is this a deal breaker, or can I compromise to achieve my ultimate goal of closing the sale?

6. Be creative

If you’ve received an unacceptable offer through your agent, ask questions to determine what’s most important to the buyer and see if you can meet that need. You may learn the buyer has to move quickly. That may allow you to stand firm on price but offer to close quickly. The key to successfully negotiating the sale is to remain flexible.

G.M. Filisko is an attorney and award-winning writer who has survived several closings. A frequent contributor to many national publications including Bankrate.com, REALTOR® Magazine, and the American Bar Association Journal, she specializes in real estate, business, personal finance, and legal topics.

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

27 Apr

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

By: G. M. Filisko

Published: March 19, 2010

While you’d like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price.

These six signs may be telling you it’s time to lower your price.

1. You’re drawing few lookers

You get the most interest in your home right after you put it on the market because buyers want to catch a great new home before anybody else takes it. If your real estate agent reports there have been fewer buyers calling about and asking to tour your home than there have been for other homes in your area, that may be a sign buyers think it’s overpriced and are waiting for the price to fall before viewing it.

2. You’re drawing lots of lookers but have no offers

If you’ve had 30 sets of potential buyers come through your home and not a single one has made an offer, something is off. What are other agents telling your agent about your home? An overly high price may be discouraging buyers from making an offer.

3. Your home’s been on the market longer than similar homes

Ask your real estate agent about the average number of days it takes to sell a home in your market. If the answer is 30 and you’re pushing 45, your price may be affecting buyer interest. When a home sits on the market, buyers can begin to wonder if there’s something wrong with it, which can delay a sale even further. At least consider lowering your asking price.

4. You have a deadline

If you’ve got to sell soon because of a job transfer or you’ve already purchased another home, it may be necessary to generate buyer interest by dropping your price so your home is a little lower priced than comparable homes in your area. Remember: It’s not how much money you need that determines the sale price of your home, it’s how much money a buyer is willing to spend.

5. You can’t make upgrades

Maybe you’re plum out of cash and don’t have the funds to put fresh paint on the walls, clean the carpets, and add curb appeal. But the feedback your agent is reporting from buyers is that your home isn’t as well-appointed as similarly priced homes. When your home has been on the market longer than comparable homes in better condition, it’s time to accept that buyers expect to pay less for a home that doesn’t show as well as others.

6. The competition has changed

If weeks go by with no offers, continue to check out the competition. What have comparable homes sold for and what’s still on the market? What new listings have been added since you listed your home for sale? If comparable home sales or new listings show your price is too steep, consider a price reduction.

More from HouseLogic

How to ready your home for sale at little cost

How to review offers on your home

Other web resources

Setting the right price

More on setting the right price

G.M. Filisko is an attorney and award-winning writer who made strategic price reductions that led to the sale of a Wisconsin property. A frequent contributor to many national publications including Bankrate.com, REALTOR® Magazine, and the American Bar Association Journal, she specializes in real estate, business, personal finance, and legal topics.

You’re Invited to Cascades Sunday Open House

26 Apr

SUNDAY- MAY 1st . OPEN HOUSE  1:00pm – 4:00pm

CASCADES PORT ST. LUCIE HOME REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!

2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths, Den/Office, 2 Car Garage, Lakeview

Call For Community Tour of Cascades at St. Lucie West (772) 224-1634 or (772) 224-9011

If you’re looking for an incredible lifestyle clubhouse, please come to preview a gorgeous Ruby model home in the unique Cascades lifestyle community.  This beauty possess two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a lovely Den/Office, formal dining room, living or family room overlooking a wide lake, nicely done kitchen with large size cabinets, large breakfast area inclusive with table, chairs and built-in angled extra seating with cushions, new gas heater in March, 2011, gas range, gas interior heat, plenty of closet space, two car garage, screened lanai overlooking the lake and exotic birds.   This beauty is a rare find!

Rent or Buy and experience the lifestyle you deserve.  The Cascades at St Lucie West is a premier resort lifestyle active 55+ community featuring Mediterranean-style architecture and beautifully manicured grounds.

The Cascades offers it’s own 9-hole golf course, 10 lighted Har-Tru Tennis Courts, a  26,000 sq.ft. Clubhouse, outdoor pool & spa, fitness center, sauna, multi-purpose ballroom, media room, library, and card and billiards rooms available to enjoy year round, yoga classes, tai-chi classes, water aerobics, bridge class, bocce, scrabble, games, computer class, music & performing arts club, art and crafts, ballroom dancing, theater, travel clubs, mah jongg, Canasta,  book club, poker club, weekly events and much more! Gated entry with 24-hour controlled access for privacy. St Lucie West is the location of the New York Mets spring training program. The community is conveniently located, minutes away from theaters, houses of worship, great restaurants, movie theaters, post offices and hospitals.  Contact Bold Real Estate Group for a complimentary tour and let us welcome you to your dream home.  Your best investment opportunity is at The Cascades! Short Sales, Foreclosures and Rentals available. Single family homes priced as low as $134,900

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy, sell or rent  your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what’s in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, I can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse my website or let me guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing me to set up an appointment today.

Concierge: Bold Real Estate Group will provide concierge services including set up of excursions and area information.
Dining and Shopping: Residents will find an enticing selection of restaurants in the area, ranging from light meals and fast food to gourmet dining. Nearby shopping venues include mainstream consumer retail outlets, shopping mall and specialty boutiques.
Health Care: Three nearby hospitals, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, St. Lucie Medical Center and Martin Memorial Health Systems provide complete modern medical care including 24-hour emergency services. Martin Memorial’s St. Lucie West Walk-In Clinic is located in the St. Lucie West area.

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing Florida Cities:  Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island.  View thousands of listings  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com or www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com

Guest Bloggers Wanted

22 Apr

Would you like to blog about Cascades community and what you think is important to share?

Would you like to blog about your industry and what you think is important to share as national or international professional?

We are looking for Guest Bloggers to join our team and post informative, educative, inspiring, insightful, for approximately once a week.

Why are we looking for Guest Bloggers?

As we continue to grow professionally, we are aware of the need for us to continue updating ourselves with new and fresh information about the community and/or our perspective industries. We have embraced the many social media sources worldwide and it’s time to reach out to all of you wishing to participate. Additionally, as business owner I still plan to dedicate time to blog regularly.

Contributor
If you are interested, please contact us with the following:
– your name
– your organization
– your role
– why you would like to blog for a real estate company
– a sample post (250 words or less) Note: unless you notify me otherwise, I may use these posts and give you the appropriate credit.

Submission Guidelines
-We reserve the right not to use the information, as we maintain the overall editorial control.
– Keep post short (250 words or less).
– Send it either as a .txt file (for easy cut and paste)
– Let me know if I can include your name & company. I would also be happy to link to your website/blog.

Home in Cascades reduced for quick sale!

20 Apr

CASCADES PORT ST. LUCIE HOME REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!

2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths, Den/Office, 2 Car Garage, Lakeview

Call For Community Tour of Cascades at St. Lucie West (772) 224-1634 or (772) 224-9011

Rent or Buy and experience the lifestyle you deserve.  The Cascades at St Lucie West is a premier resort lifestyle active 55+ community featuring Mediterranean-style architecture and beautifully manicured grounds.

The Cascades offers it’s own 9-hole golf course, 10 lighted Har-Tru Tennis Courts, a  26,000 sq.ft. Clubhouse, outdoor pool & spa, fitness center, sauna, multi-purpose ballroom, media room, library, and card and billiards rooms available to enjoy year round, yoga classes, tai-chi classes, water aerobics, bridge class, bocce, scrabble, games, computer class, music & performing arts club, art and crafts, ballroom dancing, theater, travel clubs, mah jongg, Canasta,  book club, poker club, weekly events and much more! Gated entry with 24-hour controlled access for privacy. St Lucie West is the location of the New York Mets spring training program. The community is conveniently located, minutes away from theaters, houses of worship, great restaurants, movie theaters, post offices and hospitals.  Contact Bold Real Estate Group for a complimentary tour and let us welcome you to your dream home.  Your best investment opportunity is at The Cascades! Short Sales, Foreclosures and Rentals available. Single family homes priced as low as $134,900

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy, sell or rent  your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what’s in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, I can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse my website or let me guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing me to set up an appointment today.

Concierge: Bold Real Estate Group will provide concierge services including set up of excursions and area information.
Dining and Shopping: Residents will find an enticing selection of restaurants in the area, ranging from light meals and fast food to gourmet dining. Nearby shopping venues include mainstream consumer retail outlets, shopping mall and specialty boutiques.
Health Care: Three nearby hospitals, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, St. Lucie Medical Center and Martin Memorial Health Systems provide complete modern medical care including 24-hour emergency services. Martin Memorial’s St. Lucie West Walk-In Clinic is located in the St. Lucie West area.

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing Florida Cities:  Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island.  View thousands of listings  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com or www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com

What is a “short sale”

13 Apr

What is a “short sale?”

A short sale occurs when the net proceeds from the sale of a home are not enough to cover the sellers’ mortgage obligations and closing costs, such as property taxes, transfer taxes, and the brokers’ commission. The seller is unwilling or unable to cover the difference.

Who do you contact first?

Seller must contact a qualify Real Estate office specializing in short sale negotiations.  Please feel free to contact Bold Real Estate Group for more information or concerns about the short sale process.

How do I get the lender to reduce the amount of the mortgage owed?

Many lenders will not negotiate the mortgage balance until a written Contract for Sale and Purchase has been received. The seller is often asked to submit income tax returns, income stubs and other information so that the lender can determine if it is truly a hardship case. The bank will also need comps or a broker’s price opinion showing your estimate of value.  Bold Real Estate Group short sale division will assist with all negotiations towards a successful resolution.

What if the lender won’t reduce the amount of the mortgage?

Unfortunately, not all lenders will reduce the amount of the mortgage if they feel that the seller can pay the deficiency. In this case, the seller will have to either sign a Promissory Note to the lender, borrow funds from relatives or other sources, or the sale won’t go.

Are there any tax implications for the forgiveness of debt?

The forgiveness of any debt is imputed income to the seller for tax purposes. A 1099 is usually given to the seller at closing and the imputed income is listed on the HUD-1.

What is Necessary from a Successful Short Sale Negotiator?

  • Sophisticated financial knowledge
  • Understand the lender’s language
  • Reliable – a company with name to protect
  • Time, time and more time
  • Accurate paperwork
  • Experience
  • Legal knowledge
  • Negotiation skills
  • Strong supportive administration
  • Capability to handle high volume
  • Legal reasonability

Bold Real Estate Group Short Sale division is dedicated to working with home sellers towards a successful resolution of the Short Sale process.  Our legal assistant will collect and review all the necessary documents, research tax, title and liens on the property and purchase contract for lender review.  Our legal assistant will not collect a retainer fee for services.  Legal fees and Real Estate commission will be paid by the lender as part of their NET loss for the short sale approval.  Your lender is contacted weekly for updates and make sure positive progress is being made on the file.  Please feel to contact our office with any questions or concerns regarding our short sale process.   For a confidential appointment, please contact us at communityinfo@comcast.net

Are you considering upgrading to a bigger home?

12 Apr

Today’s low home prices and low interest rates have made home ownership so much more attractive. And, while first time home buyers are taking advantage of this market, they aren’t the only would-be buyers interested in making a home purchase. There are plenty of current home owners considering upgrading to a larger home.

In many markets, home owners are looking at homes in the next price range as good buys, especially since foreclosures, short sales and a slow market are resulting in good deals. It sure is tempting to upgrade, isn’t it? But with an unstable market, is it really a good idea for you? Many are upgrading while others are downsizing.

Why are you considering Moving Up?

More house, more bills; upgrading will surely mean more bills; a larger utility bill, more property taxes, probably an increase in your mortgage; and consider the market in your area. Is this upgrade a good investment, especially for your area? Are you getting a bargain with home pricing and the low interest rates? Many home buyers have been following the market ups and downs and still want more than they can afford; of course, if this is a great deal that works to your benefit financially then it could be in the cards to move up to a bigger home. But nowadays, homeowners should consult a Realtor, a mortgage broker and a financial planner. As we all have seen, what sounds good today, may not appreciate tomorrow.

There are many Pros to upgrading to a larger home including a ridiculously low interest rate which you’ll probably not see again. More home for a lower price. Homes are priced so low today you could get an executive estate home for half the price. 4 years ago, that executive estate was very close to a cool Million and today, you can probably get it for $600,000 in many areas.

But while many homebuyers are considering such a sweet upgrade consider any sacrifices you make. You know those multiple vacations you can afford now? Will you be able to afford them when your home responsibility doubles in cost? What about the new car you hope to get soon? That’s another car note to add to your monthly debt.

It’s a simple comparison to look at your home now and how much home you could bargain for but during that process, be sure to envision how your living standards could change. Many prospective home up-graders are not willing to sacrifice their current lifestyle. What about you?

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing Florida Cities:  Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island.  View thousands of listings www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.com, www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com, www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com

Factors To Help Sell Your Home Quicker

12 Apr

The ideal home means different things to different people; but the most appealing home always will possess a clear and clean sense of style. Yet many of us allow our personal style to get in the way and that can interfere with selling your home.  A few fixes can help you sell your home quicker.

Clutter Control

Every room of the house should be organized so that potential buyers can easily walk through. It can be a headache and an extra burden but think about placing items in storage, especially out-of-season items.

Take a walk around your kitchen and ask yourself, what do you really need? Start by storing bulky appliances that you rarely use. They quickly take up lots of counter space that you want to render useful to buyers.

The bedroom should reveal an oasis however it often becomes a repository for heaps of clothing and portable tech gadgets. Everything has a place so if it doesn’t fit or it’s in the wrong room, move it or lose it.

What’s in a Room

Did you know the number two reason people select a particular house is because of kitchen space? Eight out of ten home buyers who walk through a house remember what the kitchen looks like and what its benefits verses faults were. This leads to the question — what is the most significant part of the kitchen? Choices include floors, appliances, lighting, but the part that stands out the most are the kitchen cabinets. It is the most dominant aspect of the kitchen, and the easiest way to create a “wow” factor. Everyone remembers the kitchen cabinets; it could be because of the color or stain, the design of the cabinet, or mostly because of the clean feel that a new kitchen cabinet provides.

Does Your Front Door say “Welcome”

And finally, Curb Appeal really sells the house.  Exterior features for new or existing homes will make your house say “welcome” when you return after work or when guests come to call.

Think of your home’s façade, lighting, landscaping, and exterior elevation to name a few; these items can easily customize a home when everyone else on the block seems a bit standard.

Give your home a different feel and stand out from the crowd.

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing: Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island and New York real estate.

View thousands of listings  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.com or www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com or www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com

Sellers Focus On The Listing Price

12 Apr

When it comes to buying a home, most potential buyers will use the listing price when determining which homes to look at.  Even though the price may be too high and most buyers probably won’t give it a second thought, keep in mind, there are always negotiations. No price is set in stone so if you find your dream home you should certainly try to bargain for a better price.

Sellers

If you set the correct price, you’ll notice a much faster sale.  Many homeowners will argue this point with their realtor; you placed so much time and effort in your home and you have a set number in mind. However, setting the right listing price will attract more potential buyers to your property and you’ll also notice an increase in response from realtors, and receive more calls from prospects.  The listing price is very important – and it can ultimately determine whether or not you sell your property or it remains on the market.

When you put your home up for sale, most activity will happen within the first few weeks.  If you price your home right, you’ll notice immediate interest.  There are always buyers looking for homes in a specific price range and waiting for new homes to be listed or homes to be reduced in price.  Potential buyers could miss seeing your home completely if the price is too high.

Buyers

The list price greatly determines the search criteria for finding your home. Anticipating that many homes in today’s market are overpriced with respect to their Fair Market Value, some real estate agents may extend the upper limit of the search by $10,000 or so to provide a better selection of homes for the buyer.

To determine the listing price of your home, you may consider having it appraised before you put it on the market.  This way, you’ll know the full value of your home.  You can sell it for market value or go a little under, although you should never attempt to go way over the value.  In doing so, you’ll miss out on a lot of potential buyers.

The home market is very competitive these days, which is why you want your home to draw as much interest as possible. Keep in mind that realtors really have no control at all over the real estate market, only the plan behind marketing.

Realtors don’t determine the asking price – the market does.

If you follow your realtors’ advice you’ll set the listing price in the right area and have no problems selling your property.

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing: Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island and New York real estate.

View thousands of listings  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.com or www.BoldRealEstateGroup.com or www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com

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