Palm Beach Premier Real Estate News and Events

Oct. 14, 2019

Get a Great Price for Your Palm Beach Property with Upgrades

Upgrade Palm Beach property before selling.It is important to update your Palm Beach property before listing it for sale. Doing so will help your house to stand out and fetch a great price. A majority of people look at listings online before looking at them in person and the properties in top shape will stand out the most. Fresh paint in neutral colors, new flooring a glowing kitchen, and sparkling bathrooms will draw buyers in. Listing photos that look old and outdated will cause many buyers to click to the next house and not even consider it.

In most instances, people want to purchase a move in ready home. They do not want to spend their time and money fixing up a house, especially when it costs so much to buy it in the first place. People would more often be willing to pay a little more for a Palm Beach property that is already fixed up rather than taking on those projects themselves. Remodel projects are stressful and time consuming and moving is hard enough.

An Experienced Palm Beach Real Estate Agent Can Advise You

As soon as you know that you plan to sell your Palm Beach real estate, speak to your real estate agent for advice about any updates that should be made before listing. Real estate professionals know what is hot right now in the market and helping homes to sell faster and for more money. It will be a balance between the money put into a project and the expected returns. An experienced professional can help you to sort through the best projects.

An updated home will allow a potential buyer to visualize their life in the home instead of focusing on what they would change. This makes a home more appealing and a buyer more likely to make an offer. When selling a home, first impressions are everything, make sure that yours shines.

 

Oct. 9, 2019

Golfers Living in Palm Beach Enjoy the Views at Par 3 Golf Course

Golfers living in Palm Beach love Par 3 course.There are many courses for golfers living in Palm Beach to play. One to check out is the Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course. This gorgeous course provides amazing views, as it is tucked in between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. A course full of history, it was originally designed by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee back in 1961. In 2009, the course was redesigned and renovated by Raymond Floyd. Play 18 holes that range from 81 to 211 yards. Choose from three sets of tees on each hole and relish in the cool ocean breeze. The tropical setting is beautifully landscaped and maintained and there are also two lakes.

Rates for residents living in Palm Beach vary depending on the season and time of day. Summer rates are effective until November 17th and start at $15.46 on weekdays. Check out the sunrise or sunset special that includes a cart. Junior rates and club rentals are available.

Palm Beach Property Owners Eat at Al Fresco Restaurant after Golfing

In addition to the course, this facility features a new clubhouse complete with a pro-shop and restaurant. Practice facilities are also available, including a full length driving range, practice bunker, and putting green. Al Fresco Restaurant and Bar offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Stop by after playing the course before heading back to your Palm Beach property or come for a date or to celebrate a special occasion.

The Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course is located at 2345 South Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach. Operating hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. November through April and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. May through September. Read more about the course and book a tee time online. Residents of Palm Beach can reserve a tee time up to 30 days in advance and are encouraged to do so over the phone by calling 561.547.0598. 

 

Oct. 7, 2019

Selling Palm Beach Real Estate? Get Staging Tips to Close the Deal Quickly

Staged Palm Beach real estate is more appealing to buyers.Once you’ve decided to enter the Palm Beach real estate market, you’ll have a lot of work to do to get ready. The first order of business is to deep clean, then consider whether you should do any updating. Talk to your real estate agent. Most people get the most bang for their buck with new paint and new fixtures, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. Next you’re on to decluttering. As you decide what you can pack up or donate, you should also think about the feel of each room in your Palm Beach home. Is it clear what the room is for? Instead of an office/junk room/guest room, set up the room as an airy guest room. Or get creative and make it a yoga studio. Pay attention to how you feel in each room. You’re trying to create a feeling of calm, so buyers want your house.

Declutter and Stage Your Palm Beach Home So It Feels Spacious

Your agent may recommend that you have your home staged. What does this mean? Staging is simply arranging rooms so that they feel spacious, light, and comfortable. You can hire a company to do the staging. You can also do it yourself. Look online at design blogs to get ideas. Many people have rooms in their house doing double duty. We have a computer desk or piano in the living room, which also holds a large entertainment system. In practice, it works pretty well. But in photographs, the room is going to look jumbled and crowded. Make a decision about the purpose of each room and take out everything that doesn’t relate to that purpose. You can even take a few photos yourself to see how things look. Remember that most people start searching for Palm Beach real estate online, so the photos will do a lot of the selling for you.

The other thing to pay attention to is how the colors in the room relate to each other. The largest piece of furniture usually sets the tone. Find pillows and throw blankets that coordinate with your sofa, for example. Pretty lamps and nicely framed art will really bring a room to life.

 

Oct. 3, 2019

Visit the Henry Flagler’s Historic Palm Beach Home

See the lovely Palm Beach home at the Flagler Museum.Palm Beach is an area known for its beautiful beaches and impressive homes. Visitors to the Flagler Museum will see perhaps the most luxurious Palm Beach home ever. It was built for Henry Flagler, the 19th century industrialist and originally called Whitehall. The house used many different styles of architecture, including classical Greek, French, and Spanish. The materials used are just a diverse, from the many shades of marble to the carved wood with gilded detailing. There is magnificent works of art, both paintings and sculptures, throughout, as well as elegant furnishings and carpets.

Palm Beach Real Estate Owners Visit the Museum and Hear Music and Lectures

Visitors can choose several different tours of this Palm Beach real estate landmark. Docent-led tours are offered several times each day. You can also do a self-guided tour, an audio tour, or download the museum app to your smartphone or tablet. People interested in going deeper into the life and times of Henry Flagler, as well as topics in conservation, should check out the lecture series.

The music room at the Flagler Museum has both a piano and organ and demonstrations are given several times a year, June through November. The winter music series is another annual favorite, running from January to March. Palm Beach home owners love the chamber music concerts. In April, visitors flock to the annual Bluegrass in the Pavilion.

This fabulous Palm Beach home and its equally gorgeous grounds are open to the public year round. Regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. It’s closed on Mondays. Admission for adults is $18; youth ages 13 to 17 pay $10; children 6 to 12 pay $3; those under 6 get in free. If you love the Flagler Museum, help to support it and get free admission by becoming a member. Individual membership is only $75, and family membership is only $125.

Learn more, purchase tickets online and even take a virtual tour of the Flagler Museum.

 

Sept. 30, 2019

Boca Raton and Palm Beach County Real Estate Market Update - AUGUST 2019

New HomeSales Up Sharply as Inventory Tightens and Interest Rates Drop

Hello Everyone and thank you for watching. This is Gia with Palm Beach Premier Real Estate here in Boca Raton Florida with your 2-minutelocal market report for AUGUST 2019.

So here’s a quick take on the numbers that came out from the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches

The message from your team here at Palm Beach Premier Real Estate this month is: New Home Sales Surge as Inventory Tightens and Interest Rates drop.

So let’s take a closer look at the local internal real estate market numbers…. What we’re seeing is the following:

  1. The median sales price of a single family home in Palm Beach Countywas $355,000 …..identical to last month….and slightly higherthan a year ago.
  2. The number of RESALE housing units soldexperienced a DECLINE from last month as NEW HOME SALES SURGED Higher.
  3. The inventory of homes for sale in Palm Beach County has tightened once again with a large 6% drop in the number of active listings and overall supply of homes.
  4. Trends were a little different in the condo and townhouse market. The typical Palm Beach County condo that sold in August fetched $182,500 down slightly from last month and a year ago
  5. Luxury homes are continuing to take significantly longer to sell.
  6. The amount of time it took to get a contract jumped again versus last year for single family homes with properties now taking closer to 50 days to get a contract…and a whopping 26% longer than last year for condos and townhomes
  7. Interest Rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage are now under 4% again which is really helping to maintain buyer demand despite elevated prices and limited inventory.

So what does that mean for Sellers? – Great question – it highlights JUST HOW IMPORTANT it is to price your properties competitively – and by that what I mean is very close to what has sold most recently. In this marketplace that we are in right now, it really is a beauty contest and a price war along with having great marketing as well.

So clearly (and as we mentioned last month) the housing market is facing some headwinds and some significant downward pressure in the marketplace:

Once again we want you to consider these 3 important factors:

  1. We have definitely Reached the Top of Real Estate Cycle - 2008-2018; - NOTE: Each RE Cycle is 7-10 years … so it makes sense that we are starting our downward leg
  2. We’ve reached the Top of Debt Cycle - 4 interest rate increases in 2018 (9 in all by the FEDERAL RESERVE) have now created headwinds with consumers highly leveraged – with the Federal Reserve now in a rate cutting cycle; NOTE: Every 1% increase to the mortgage rate impacts buying power by 10% - less qualified people equals less buyers
  3. Buyers have Price Fatigue .... Property Values have increased more than 40%+ since 2008 and yet Wages have simply not kept pace, perhaps 10% - so something has to give [NOT SUSTAINABLE] .... Either people get paid more or prices have to come down....which do you think is more likely?

Looking ahead for the rest of 2019 as it relates to housing:

We can certainly extrapolate some themes here:

First - The average household’s cost to service debt has reached a point at which it will become more difficult and challenging to find buyers who can qualify for a conventional mortgage (FNM, FRE, FHA) –

Second - Housing affordability issues will continue to be a theme going forward

Third – Inventory concerns will continue to act as an overhang on the market, prices will soften and properties will likely sit on the market for extended periods of time

Fourth–The effects of the worldwide economic slowdown will be felt here in the USA throughout 2019 and into 2020 and will have a knock-on impact for the housing market.

And Finally - The inversion of the yield curve is flashing recessionary signals with a number of Companies also expressing earnings worries and job layoffs.

Furthermore, the Federal Reserve continues to cut the Fed Funds Rate as tariffs and global economic slowdown concerns continue to place downward pressure on markets – will they continue to cut interest rates or will the divided committee hold at current levels?

Going forward we will definitely be keeping a continued close watch on prices, interest rates, inventory levels and the number of closed sales.

If you’ve been considering buying or selling - Please give us a call for a confidential consultation at 561.395.8418 or email us at Info@PBPrealestate.com - we’re here to help!

As always we look forward to speaking with you. Thank you again for watching. We’ll see you next time…. J

Posted in Market Update
Sept. 20, 2019

How Long You Should Live In Your Home Before You Sell It

Whether you just moved in or have lived in your home for 50 years, it's common to wonder how long you should stay in your home before you sell it. According to the National Association of Realtors®, ten years is the average amount of time that a homeowner will stay in their home before deciding to sell it. 

If you're under ten years and itching to sell, many experts say you should follow the “five-year rule” and stay in the same home for at least five years before selling. 

This may sound like a long time and you may think you are ready to sell now, but before you make any rash decisions, we put together a few of the most important factors that you should be aware of.

1. Your Mortgage

One of the first and foremost factors you must consider when you decide to sell your home is your mortgage payment. If you want to make money when you sell your home, then your sale price must be greater than what’s left of your mortgage. When you first buy your home and begin to pay your mortgage, the first few years will go towards interest rather than the principal amount. This typically means that it’s more difficult to make money off your sale under 5 years. However, if you put a larger downpayment on your house, then your interest rate and mortgage will probably be smaller, making it possible to make money in a shorter amount of time.

2. Equity

Building home equity is important. You’ll want to have a lot of equity built up when you decide to sell. The amount of home equity you’ve obtained depends on any remodeling or renovations you’ve made, as well as your mortgage. If the home you bought was already in tip-top shape, then it may be difficult to build equity. If you’ve remodeled the kitchen, bathroom, redone the flooring, or made other renovations around the house, then you have most likely gained home equity. You can also increase your home equity by paying off more of the principal on your mortgage. 

3. Market Conditions 

One of the more common reasons you’re eager to sell your home is to make money on your property. There are a few things to look out for when deciding if it’s a seller's market and whether or not it's time to make your move. If you notice the price per square foot in your area is increasing, chances are that homes stay on the market for a shorter time. You should also take note of homes near you that are selling. It might seem time-consuming, but don't worry! We always keep track of recent home sales in the area and can send you over an up-to-date market report.

Request A Market Report

We have exclusive access to past sales close to your home and we know what the market currently looks like.

4. You're Out Of Space

Maybe this was the first house you bought when you were expecting your first child and there were only three of you, but now with three kids and two dogs, there isn't much space. Although it may be sad to move out of the home where you started your family, the happiness of your family may be greater than the cost of selling your home and buying a new one.

Other life situations like divorce, illness, or even the need to downsize may also lead you to sell sooner than you originally planned.

5. Capital Gains Tax

If you don’t qualify to avoid paying capital gains taxes on the sale of your home, you may not want to sell your home yet. To avoid capital gains taxes, you should make an effort to stay in your home for at least two to five years. Making a sale before two years could be a huge mistake, and could ultimately leave you without much equity, especially if you have to pay capital gains tax.

6. Closing Costs

Closing costs are often overlooked but play an important part when it comes to selling your home. On average, real estate agents have a commission rate of 6% when you sell your home. You are also likely to pay a closing cost when buying a home, which can be between 3%-6% of the purchase price of the home. Keeping closing costs in mind before you sell allows you to budget this into your expenses and avoid surprises when it comes to closing.

Posted in Community News
Sept. 19, 2019

5 Tips for Downsizing and Decluttering

We've all seen or heard about Marie Kondo's KonMarie method about tidying up and decluttering your home (unless you've been living under a rock). Spark a new joy in your life by clearing out the clutter to prepare for downsizing!

1. Hone in on the benefits'

When you begin the process of decluttering and downsizing, you should constantly remind yourself of the freedom this will actually bring you. You won’t have an excess in physical things weighing you down or taking up valuable space - both in your home and mentally in your mind. 

Don't focus on what you're losing. Look at what you're gaining. Downsizing can equal a lower mortgage or rent per month, freeing up your budget for things like traveling and other experiences.

2. Focus on your needs, not wants

This is a tough one but when deciding to downsize, you need to focus on the things that are absolutely essential.

Follow the one year rule. If you haven’t used something in over a year, chances are you’re not going to use it this year either.

Begin by sorting your items by category, not location. Go through clothing, appliances, shoes, books and then focus on sentimental items last.

3. Does it spark joy?

Marie Kondo’s catchphrase is “does it spark joy?” The idea behind this concept is that if an item doesn’t bring you joy, you shouldn’t hold on to it. 

Focus on the easy items to get rid of first and then work your way up to the items you’ve been hoarding. While our possessions can act as an extension of ourselves, sometimes we hold on to items we haven’t used in years leading to clutter.

4. Utilize creative yet effective storage options

Challenge your creativity with different storage configurations in order to maximize your living space. Think hide-away bins underneath your bed (if it’s too low, considering buying risers!), storage benches in entryways, closet shelves, and shoe racks, and storage ottomans.  

5. Everything should have its place 

“Everyone has a place in their house for forks. If you found a random fork in the bathroom or under the couch, you’d immediately know it didn’t belong there and would return it to its drawer without another thought. Everything in your life should be this easy to put away. If an item occupies no specific location when not in use, it becomes clutter.” 

- Steve McClatchy, author of Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress, and Lead By Example

Posted in Community News
Sept. 19, 2019

Best Date Night Spots For Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night out with your significant other this Valentine’s Day, or if you are avoiding the holiday entirely and plan on staying cozy on the couch, we’ve got you covered!

We’ve put together our favorite romantic and fun things to do in Boston with your significant other, best friend, or family.

Explore Art Museums

The Boca Raton Museum of Art: They actually have a discount program running through the entire month of February, and offer several different exhibits year-round to explore. 

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens: The 16 acres that surround Morikami’s two museum buildings include expansive Japanese gardens with strolling paths, resting areas, a world-class bonsai collection and lakes teeming with koi and other wildlife... The perfect setting for a romantic day!

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum: Voted Palm Beach County's #1 museum by Trip Advisor, they are offering a special Valentine's Day event: ‘Tea in the Cocoanut Grove.' 

Spend the Day With Sea Animals

If you and your significant other both love marine life, then a trip to Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is the perfect activity for you both! Located in Boca Raton, this refuge is a beacon for environmental education, research, and conservation. Gumbo Limbo’s 20 acres on the protected barrier island provide refuge to many varieties of plants and animals - some rare or endangered. 

Watch Your Favorite Team

Enjoy sports? Get in the action and watch one of our local sports teams! Spring training is gearing up, we have the Oasis golf championships and the Delray Beach Open! Take your partner or friends on a fun-filled and original date night! 

Try A New restaurant

What better time than Valentine's Day should you and your significant other (or family!) go outside your comfort zone and try out new food? 

We recommend Hullabaloo in West Palm Beach, Farmer's Table in Boca, or Dada in Delray. 

Make a reservation now so you don't miss out!

Bundle Up and Go Ice Skating!

Ice skating is a great way to break the ice (pun intended) on a first date or enjoy a special evening with your special someone.

Grab some hot chocolate afterward to warm up, or head over to a nearby bar or restaurant to continue Valentine’s Day festivities.

Posted in Local News
Aug. 28, 2019

The Emotional Side of Home Selling

The decision to sell your home isn’t an easy one. In fact, research has ranked selling a home as second to relationship breakups for the most stressful experience in a person’s life. The same survey said Americans are more stressed out about selling their home than planning a wedding, getting fired or even becoming a parent.

In other words, it’s perfectly normal to have strong emotions. The good news? Though the experience can feel overwhelming and inspire doubts, it doesn’t have to get in the way of a successful home sale, and there's always a bright side. Here are three stories from homeowners that prove it.

The Story: Last Minute Memories 

Nostalgia seems to unexpectedly hit many sellers like a ton of bricks once they see their home empty and ready for its next owner. Getting caught up in the chaos of moving can only keep your mind busy for so long before you realize what you are about to leave behind. Oftentimes sellers feel the rush towards the end of the process. That’s exactly what happened to Erin, author of The Sunny Side Up Blog. She says, “I walked around room to room. I could see my baby girls running around in dress-ups. I could see our evening routine – giving them a bath and putting them in matching PJs. I could see so many sweet moments between my kids and how fast they grew right in front of my eyes in that house."

"It’s not hard to say good-bye to a house. It’s hard to say good-bye to special memories and to the end of an era. A really happy era that I will tuck away and treasure in my heart forever."

The Bright Side ☀️

“We feel so blessed to be in our new home, we are definitely going through a bit of a transition.  I know it will just take time. I also know that someday, much sooner than I can imagine, I will be walking through the rooms of our new house feeling the exact same way.”

The Story: An Empty-Nester’s Adult Kid Confronts The End of An Era

In a story from The Atlantic on navigating how empty-nesters navigated the sale of a family home, the story of Alene Bouranova stands out. Bouranova grew up in Kirkland, Washington. She was at school in Boston, Massachusetts when she got the news that her parents had sold her childhood home. 

“I started crying in the dining hall, just crying all over my plate of pasta,” Bouranova says. “I was not pleased at all. That was my home.”

The Bright Side ☀️

Although Bouranova was initially emotional about the sale of her childhood home, she came to terms with the decision and understood the reason behind her parent’s decision. 

 “It’s my parents, and as sad as I was originally, it’s their lives and they can do what they want,” Bouranova says. “I just want them to be happy.”

The Story: Moments Of Doubt

Despite being a Realtor who has guided many clients through the home-selling process, Nancy Perkins was surprised by how emotional she felt when selling her family’s home of 19 years. In an essay for The Alexandria Times, she writes how she and her husband began to doubt themselves throughout the process after realizing the attachment they had not just to the home itself but to the neighbors and neighborhood. 

“We started to doubt ourselves. Why did we need to make any changes when this house worked well for us? While we were ready for a new house, we were attached to our home, to our garden and to our neighbors.”

The Bright Side ☀️

“Like many of my clients, these thoughts kept me up at night. My fears were alleviated, however, with multiple offers, happy buyers and a quick sale, thanks to smart renovations, good staging and fair pricing.”

The Bottom Line

There’s no doubt that you won’t ever forget the memories you made in your home, but looking forward to the new memories you’ll create in the future and getting excited for what’s to come can put your mind at ease. 

No matter if you’ve lived there a couple years or many decades, selling your home can inspire a deep emotional response.

Posted in Community News
Aug. 22, 2019

Boca Raton and Palm Beach County Real Estate Market Update - July 2019

Summer Sales Activity Provides a Nice Bounce as Inventory Tightens and Interest Rates drop

Let’s take a closer look at the local internal real estate market numbers. What we’re seeing is the following:

  • The median sales price of a single family home in Palm Beach County was $355,000, down slightly from last month, but slightly higher than a year ago.
  • The number of housing units sold experienced a really nice bounce from last month and significantly from one year ago.
  • The inventory of homes for sale in Palm Beach County has tightened once again with a drop on the number of active listings and overall supply of homes.
  • Trends were a little different in the condo and townhouse market. The typical Palm Beach County condo that sold in July fetched $185,000, down slightly from last month, but higher than a year ago.
  • Luxury homes are continuing to take significantly longer to sell.
  • The amount of time it took to get a contract jumped again versus last year for single family homes with properties now taking closer to 60 days to get a contract.
  • Interest Rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage are now under 4% which is helping to maintain buyer demand despite elevated prices and limited inventory.

What Does This Mean for Sellers?

These stats highlight how important it is to price your property competitively, meaning very close to what has sold most recently. In this marketplace that we are in right now, it really is a beauty contest and a price war along with having great marketing as well.

Clearly the housing market continues to face some headwinds and some significant downward pressure in the marketplace.

Once again, it is important to consider these 3 important factors:

  1. We have definitely Reached the Top of Real Estate Cycle - 2008-2018. Note: Each RE Cycle is 7-10 years, so it makes sense that we are starting our downward leg.
  2. We’ve reached the Top of Debt Cycle. 4 interest rate increases in 2018 (9 in all by the FEDERAL RESERVE) have now created headwinds with consumers highly leveraged. Note: Every 1% increase to the mortgage rate impacts buying power by 10%, meaning less qualified people equals less buyers.
  3. Buyers have Price Fatigue. Property Values have increased more than 40%+ since 2008 and yet wages have simply not kept pace, perhaps 10%. So something has to give, either people get paid more or prices have to come down....Which do you think is more likely?

Looking Ahead For the Rest of 2019 As It Relates to Housing

We can certainly extrapolate some themes here:

First - The average household’s cost to service debt has reached a point at which it will become more difficult and challenging to find buyers who can qualify for a conventional mortgage (FNM, FRE, FHA).

Second - Housing affordability issues will continue to be a theme going forward.

Third – Inventory concerns will continue to act as an overhang on the market, prices will soften and properties will likely sit on the market for extended periods of time.

Fourth – The effects of the worldwide economic slowdown will be felt here in the USA throughout 2019 and into 2020 and will have a knock-on impact for the housing market.

Finally - The inversion of the yield curve is flashing recessionary signals with a number of companies also expressing earnings worries and job layoffs.

Furthermore, the Federal Reserve recently cut the Fed Funds Rate as tariffs and global economic slowdown concerns continue to place downward pressure on markets. Will they continue to cut interest rates or will the divided committee hold at current levels?

Going forward we will definitely be keeping a continued close watch on prices, interest rates, inventory levels and the number of closed sales.

Here is a quick video going into more depth of current economic indicators:

Review the Palm Beach County Market Statistics for March in Detail Here:

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES July 2019 July 2018 % CHANGE
Closed Sales 1,775 1,534 ⬆︎15.7%
Closed Sales (Paid in Cash) 527 517 ⬆︎1.9%
Median Sale Price $355,013 $350,000 ⬆︎1.4%
Median % of Original List Price Received 95% 94.7% ⬆︎0.3%
Median Days to Contract 49 47 ⬆︎4.3%
Inventory (Active Listings) 6,494 6,723 ⬇︎ -3.4%
Months Supply of Inventory 4.5 4.7 ⬇︎-4.3%
TOWNHOUSES/CONDOS July 2019 July 2018 % CHANGE
Closed Sales 1,232 1,180 ⬆︎4.4%
Closed Sales (Paid in Cash) 636 645 ⬇︎ -1.4%
Median Sale Price $185,000 $177,000 ⬆︎4.5%
Median % of Original List Price Received 94% 93.9% ⬆︎0.1%
Median Days to Contract 53 53 0.0%
Inventory (Active Listings) 5,462 5,692 ⬇︎-4.0%
Months Supply of Inventory 4.9 5.1 ⬇︎-3.9%

The Palm Beach County market statistics are courtesy of your REALTOR®, a proud member of the Realtors® Association of the Palm Beaches (RAPB). RAPB represents over 14,000 members involved in all aspects of residential and commercial real estate.

Posted in Community News