Who is the best real estate agent to buy or sell your house or condo?
REAL ESTATE LEADERSHIP
With over 20,000 real estate agents in Palm Beach County. One thing that divides them is technology. Constant changes in web design, SEO and social media make it nearly impossible to keep up. Most agents outsource tasks due to time or technical constraints but without understanding IDX data feed, listings may not broadcast to potential buyers thus costing sellers both time and money. With such competition I can’t spill the beans.
I share my knowledge and skills by volunteering for local and international organizations.
- I commit to be recognized as a trusted adviser.
- I immerse myself into the local community.
- I sign up for volunteering and raise funds for charity.
- I connect with friends and groups on social media.
- I plan social events to connect people and enrich their lives.
Community involvement gives me in-depth local knowledge. As a professional real estate agent, I also strive to possess these highly valuable leadership skills:
- Expertise in web design to rank high on search engines.
- Knowledge of imaging, blogging and social media tools.
- Strong ability to research, negotiate and interpret contracts.
- Engage in personal, social and professional networking.
- Ability to connect with people from various demographics.
- Sincere, trustworthy and immersed into the community.
BRANDING and MARKETING
- Represent trusted brand, professional sales and marketing style.
- Innovative communication and presentation skills.
- Ability to present concepts in multiple languages to people from different cultures.
“When my mother decided to sell… we chose Susanna… informed, responsible and committed to providing excellent customer service. We had a signed contract in less than a week. I would recommend Susanna without reservations …” – Donna P, Seller (2013)
“Susanna had to do a lot of explaining [in Swedish] about the buying process, negotiations, the real estate market and all the pit falls… She was very attentive to our needs and had answers to all our questions… and we are very satisfied with the house we finally bought, very much thanks to Susanna,” – Henric S, Buyer (2015)
CONTACT REAL ESTATE AGENT
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HOBE SOUND FLORIDA
FEATURED HOBE SOUND COMMUNITIES
Jupiter Island Estates – Including Blowing Rocks, Bon Air Beach, Gomez Grant and Island Beach
The Medalist Club – Medalist Golf Club luxury homes and town houses
North Hobe Sound Shores – aka Hobe Sound Shores
The Soundings Yacht Club – A yacht and tennis club
MORE HOBE SOUND SUBDIVISIONS – (coming soon)
Bahia Sound / Banner Lake / Bridgetown (Island Crossings) / Eaglewood / Forest Glade / Gomez Hill / Governors Landing / Harbor at Hobe Sound / Heritage Ridge / Hobe Sound Colony / Hobe Sound Golf Club / Island Beach (Jupiter Island) / Jupiter Island Condos / Loblolly Bay / Loblolly Pines / Lost Lake (incl Double Tree) / The Oaks / Olympia / Papaya Village / Pastelle / Pilots Cove / Poinciana Gardens / The Preserve / Quail Ridge / The Retreat / Shellbridge / Treasure Cove / Whites / Woodmere Acres
Tequesta Real Estate
Tequesta real estate agent: (561) 827-2952
Tequesta is a village surrounded by water: Loxahatchee River, Jupiter Inlet, Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) and Atlantic Ocean. The Village of Tequesta (VoT) is the northernmost village in Palm Beach County with 6,000 annual residents. Part of VoT is located in Martin County. To the north Tequesta borders Jonathan Dickinson State Park and to the south the Jupiter Inlet with Jupiter Lighthouse and Museum.
THINGS TO DO IN TEQUESTA
Along Tequesta Drive and US1 you’ll find many quaint shops, Tequesta restaurants, delis and coffee shops – even the Tequesta Brewery. Local things to do include tennis, golf, sports fishing, diving, surfing, kite surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking at the Blowing Rocks Preserve and Coral Cove parks on the Jupiter Island beaches. With easy ocean access boating is very popular in Tequesta. Intracoastal marinas include JIB Club Marina, Blowing Rocks Marina and Jupiter Pointe Club. There is a public launch ramp south of Jupiter Inlet at Burt Reynolds Park. For children, there is Constitution Park – a large playground with basketball and skateboarding. Tequesta Park offers 45 acres of public land with a baseball field, tennis courts, basketball courts and park pavilions. In season (November – April) when the snowbirds arrive, the Village hosts the Tequesta Green Market with local produce and healthy lifestyle services.
TEQUESTA FLORIDA GOLF COURSES –
The Village of Tequesta offers five private golf clubs with six golf courses –
Jupiter Hills Club – (561) 746-5228
11800 SE Hill Club Terrace, Tequesta, FL 33469
Little Club – (561) 746-1869
9601 SE Little Club Way N, Tequesta, FL 33469
Riverbend Golf Club – (561) 746-1619
9300 SE Riverfront Terrace Tequesta, Florida 33469
Tequesta Country Club – (561) 746-4501
201 Country Club Dr, Tequesta, FL 33469
Turtle Creek Club – (561) 746-8371
2 Club Circle, Tequesta, Florida 33469
IS THE TEQUESTA AN INDIAN TRIBE?
Yes, the Tequesta (aka Tekesta) Indians lived in what’s today Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties. To the north were the Jaega (aka Jobe) Indians as in the town of Hobe Sound. To the west were the Calusa (aka Caloosa) Indians. Juan Ponce de León was the first European to encounter the Tequesta in 1513. The Tequesta Indians lived off deer, manatees, alligators, fish, shellfish and plants.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF TEQUESTA?
It sounds incredible but Tequesta is the result of one man’s vision. Charles Martyn visited Tequesta in 1955, bought 86 acres of land and developed what became Jupiter Inlet Colony. His crew found a Tequesta Indian mound of artifacts on the Jaega Indian land. Thus he named his second local development Tequesta Country Club. The average age of Tequesta residents has dropped dramatically in the 14 years that I have lived here. It has become a place where more and more parents want to raise their children. It’s a village for all ages with more and more restaurants and things to do.
ARE THERE ANY SCHOOLS IN TEQUESTA?
There are two private pre-schools and lower level schools but no public schools. First Presbytarian Church offers pre-school and Good Shepherd Episcopal Church offers pre-school and elementary school (K-6th grade).
PALM BEACH COUNTY SCHOOLS – Most of Tequesta belongs to the Jupiter school district – Jupiter Elementary or Limestone Creek Elementary, Jupiter Middle School and Jupiter Community High School.
MARTIN COUNTY SCHOOLS – A small part of Tequesta belongs to the Hobe Sound school district with Hobe Sound Elementary, Murray Middle School and South Fork High School.
TEQUESTA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
JUPITER ISLAND CONDOS – The condo apartments on Jupiter Island are in Tequesta.
Click the link to see ALL Jupiter Island waterfront condos for sale
JUPITER ISLAND CONDOS by Building –
Beach Sound / Blowing Rock Club / Carlyle / Claridge / Cliveden / Island House / JIB Club / JIB Yacht Club Marina Boatslips / La Mar / Landfall / Lykes Landing / Ocean Sound / Ocean Towers North / Ocean Towers South / Ocean Villas / The Passages / The Regency / Seamist / Seawatch / Tequesta Towers
FEATURED TEQUESTA SUBDIVISIONS AND HOMES FOR SALE –
Anchorage Point (Palm Beach) – A small enclave of 30 mostly waterfront homes on Rio Vista Drive – a peninsula close to Jupiter Inlet.
Country Club Point (Palm Beach) – A waterfront community with 70 single family homes, many canal front, across from Tequesta Country Club golf club.
Heritage Oaks (Martin) – A gated community with 6 clay tennis courts and charming oak tree lined streets – Loxahatchee River waterfront homes and garden or Turtle Creek golf course views.
Indian Hills (Martin) – A small community with just 2 streets on the Intracoastal Waterway across from Jupiter Hills Club.
Jupiter Hills Village (Martin) – A private gated golf club community with optional membership to Jupiter Hills Club with two top ranked Florida golf courses.
Jupiter Inlet Colony (Palm Beach) – A private town with 230 single family homes between the ICW and ocean on the southern tip of Jupiter Island just south of the waterfront condos.
Jupiter Island – Tequesta Waterfront Condos (Palm Beach) – Intracoastal and oceanfront beach condos on Jupiter Island and mainland Tequesta.
Lighthouse Cove (Palm Beach) – A charming community with 252 condos close to Publix with resort style pool, gym, billiards, tennis courts and volleyball.
North Passage Yacht Club (Martin) – A Loxahatchee River boating community with 250 homes and town houses adjacent to Riverbend Country Club.
River Ridge (Martin) – A manned-gated community with tennis courts and Loxahatchee River waterfront and garden or lake view homes.
Rolling Hills (Martin) – A small gated community on the Intracoastal Waterway with ICW waterfront homes and garden view homes across from Jupiter Hills Club.
Tequesta Country Club (Palm Beach) – A golf course and boating community on Loxahatchee River with voluntary HOA and golf club membership, community boat ramp and waterfront, golf course and garden view homes.
Tequesta Trace (Palm Beach) – A condo community conveniently located in the heart of Tequesta.
Turtle Creek (Martin) – A gated golf course and boating community on Loxahatchee River northeast fork with mandatory HOA and voluntary golf club membership and waterfront, golf course and garden view homes and condos.
MORE TEQUESTA SUBDIVISIONS (in progress) –
Bay Harbor / Bayview Terrace / Bermuda Terrace / Broadview / Carriage House/ Casa del Sol / Chapel Court / Cove Point / Cypress Ridge / Intracoastal (N US1) / Iroquis Park / Jupiter Acres / Jupiter Cresta / Jupiter in the Pines / Key West Village / Le Parc / Old Cypress Pointe / Ridgewood / Riverside Drive / Riverside Oaks / Riverside Pines / Riverview / Sandpointe Bay / Scrimshaw on the Bay / Shady Lane / Tequesta Cay / Tequesta Cove / Tequesta Garden / Tequesta Hills / Tequesta Oaks / Tequesta Pines / Tropic Vista / Waterway Beach Condo(on ICW not beach) / Waterway Village / Whitehall Condo
Tequesta FL Homes for Sale
PALM BEACH COUNTY SCHOOLS
If you are moving to northern Palm Beach County like Jupiter or Tequesta, chances are 95% that you belong to the Palm Beach School District but a small section of Jupiter and Tequesta belongs to the Martin County School System. Below are helpful links to get you started. Rankings may have changed.
FIND SCHOOLS BY NEIGHBORHOODS
School Locator Tool – Find Elementary, Middle & High Schools for Palm Beach County Residential Property Street Address
Florida Department of Education – Planning & FAQ from Florida Dept of Education (FLDOE)
CHOICE, CAREER & MAGNET PROGRAMS
Choice Program Information & Application – Choice (gifted), reassignment, international baccalaureate & magnet school info
Public Schools in Palm Beach County – Palm Beach County School District
How Are Public Schools Graded? – Assessment-based performance and learning gains
Florida Public School Grades – Accountability Reports
PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Jupiter and Tequesta Schools
Rated A –
Beacon Cove Intermediate / Independence Middle School / Jerry Thomas Elementary School / Jupiter Elementary School / Jupiter Community High School / Jupiter Farms Elementary School / Jupiter Middle School / Lighthouse Elementary School / Limestone Creek Elementary School
Palm Beach Gardens Schools
Rated A –
Allamanda Elementary / Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary / Marsh Pointe Elementary / Timber Trace Elementary / Watson B. Duncan Middle / William Dwyer High
Rated B –
Howell L. Watkins Middle / Palm Beach Gardens Elementary / Palm Beach Gardens Community High
Rated C –
Grove Park Elementary
North Palm Beach Schools
Rated A –
North Palm Beach Elementary
Palm Beach Schools
Rated A –
Palm Beach Public Elementary
Other Palm Beach County School Districts
Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Canal Point, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Lake Park, Lake Worth, Lantana, Loxahatchee, Pahokee, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach, South Bay, Wellington and West Palm Beach.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS HURRICANE SHELTERS
Palm Beach County Hurricane Shelters – Current and Future School Shelters
Private Schools in Palm Beach County – Online Directory
MARTIN COUNTY SCHOOLS
Public Schools in Martin County – Martin County School District official website
Private Schools in Martin County – Online Directory
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JUPITER, PALM BEACH COUNTY
Jupiter Farms – Large open community in Western Jupiter permitting 1 horse per acre in many areas. Not all homes are equestrian but most homes are on 1-2 acres. Jupiter Farms offers yoga, soccer fields, a grocery store and several restaurants.
Jupiter Equestrian Properties for Sale
Ranch Colony (including The Links, Old Trail, Ranch Acres, Ranch Estates and Tailwinds)
Rocking Horse and Trappers Run
Palm City Equestrian Properties for Sale
Palm City Equestrian Properties for Sale – Many of these horse properties are in unincorporated Martin County with only County taxes not Palm City property taxes.
Palm Beach Gardens Equestrian Properties for Sale
Caloosa –Large equestrian community with riding trails and paddock. Located off Beeline Highway and PGA Blvd.
Palm Beach Country Estates – Large community permitting horses located off Donald Ross Rd close to highways, FAU, Max Planck, Abacoa and Juno Beach.
Horse Shoe Acres – Estate homes $400,000’s – $4 Million’s. Located off Northlake Blvd.
Wellington Equestrian Properties for Sale
Palm Beach Polo and Country Club – including Bel Air, Bent Cypress, Bridle Path, The Bungalows, Chukker Cove, Cypress Island, East Lake Bungalows, Eagles Landing, First Fairway, Golf Cottages, Greenview Shores, Hunters Chase, Hurlingham, Islebrook, Kensington, Las Casitas, Meadowbrook, Muirfield, South Fieldsand Windsor Way
Wellington Luxury Horse Communities – Horse Properties for sale in Wellington over $1,000,000 USD
Wellington horse communities include:
Equestrian Club, Fairway Island, Grand Prix Village, Mallet Hill, The Meadows, Paddock Park, Palm Beach Little Ranches, Palm Beach Point, Rustic Ranches and Saddle Trail.
Equestrian Properties for Sale
NORTH PALM BEACH FLORIDA
FEATURED NORTH PALM BEACH SUBDIVISIONS –
Frenchman’s Harbor – New Toll Brothers luxury waterfront homes on private harbor and Intracoastal waterway
Harbour Isles – Luxury waterfront homes between 4,000-9,000 sq ft on deep water in private gated community
Lost Tree Village (incl Lost Tree Club Condo and Old Port Village) – Luxury garden view, golf course view, canalfront, lakefront and oceanfront estates
Seminole Landing Golf Club – Seminole Landing luxury homes with garden view or golf course view and oceanfront estates
Old Port Cove Marina – Large gated condo complex off US Highway just south of PGA Blvd and north of North Palm Beach Country Club with marina, boat slips and multiple low and high rise condo for sale
Old Port Cove Subdivisions – Condo 1 – 1208 Marine Way / Condo 2 – 130-136 Lakeshore Dr / Condo 3 – 120-126 Lakeshore Dr / Condo 5 – 108 Lakeshore Dr / Harbor Village – Marine Way E and W / Lake Point Tower – 100 Lakeshore Dr / Old Port Village – Old Harbour Rd estates / Tower East – 115 Lakeshore Dr / Tower West – 123 Lakeshore Dr
MORE NORTH PALM BEACH SUBDIVISIONS (coming soon)
Bay Colony / Captain’s Key / Carleton / Castlewood / Country Club Addition / The Estates of North Palm Beach / Everglades / Gemini / Governors Pointe / Hampshire Arms / Harbour Lights / Hidden Key / Juno Isles / Landings East / Lands End / Maple Leaf / Marina Bay / Marina View / Mariner Court / Nativa / Northlake Villas / Ocean Trace (aka Uno Lago) / Paradise Harbour (aka Paradise Villas) / Pleasant Ridge / Portage Landing / Ports O’Call / Prosperity Harbor / Regency / River Key / Rivers Landing / Rolling Green / Royale Harbour / Seamark / Shutters / Southwind Circle / Southwind Landings / Sun Cove Estates / Twelve Oaks / Village of North Palm Beach / Waterway Terrace (East and West) / Yacht Club Addition / Yacht Harbour Landings
GOLF – This area is a true golfer’s Mecca with dozens of gated luxury communities with a private golf club and private golf course as well as dozens of professionally designed public golf courses by Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, The Fazio family and other top notch golf course architects and designers.
Palm Beach – Jupiter and South Florida offers golf for everyone – private, semi-private and public.
FEATURED Golf Communities – Click link to see featured communities
Palm Beach – Jupiter Island Florida Private and Semi-Private Golf Courses – Aberdeen Golf & Country Club, Addison Reserve, Admiral’s Cove, Ballenisles Country Club, Banyan Golf Club, Bear Lakes Country Club, Boca del Mar Country Club, Boca Delray Golf & Country Club, Boca Greens Country Club, Boca Grove Golf & Tennis Club, Boca Lago Country Club, Boca Pointe Country Club, Boca Raton Resort, Boca Rio Golf Course, Boca West Golf Course, Boca Woods Country Club, Bocaire Country Club, Breakers West, Broken Sound Club, Country Club at Mirasol, Country Club of Florida, Cypress Lakes Homeowners Golf Course, Del Aire Country Club, Delray Dunes, Dye Preserve Golf Club, Eaglewood Country Club, Eastpointe Country Club, Emerald Dunes Golf Course, Everglades Club, Fountains Country Club, Frenchman Creek Beach & Country Club, Frenchmans Reserve, Gleneagles Country Club, Golf & Raquet Club at East Pointe, Gulf Stream Golf Course, Hamlet Golf & Tennis Club, Heritage Ridge Golf Club, High Ridge Country Club, Hobe Sound Golf Club, Hunter’s Run Golf Club, IBIS Golf & Country Club, Indian Springs Country Club, Ironhorse Golf & Country Club, Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club, Jupiter Country Club, Jupiter Dunes Golf Club, Jupiter Hills Golf Club, Jupiter Island Club, King’s Pointe Executive Golf Course, King’s Pointe Par 3, Leisureville Community Golf Course, Little Club Golf Course (Delray), , Loblolly Golf Course, Lost Lake Golf Club, Lost Tree Village Golf Club, Loxahatchee Club, Mayacoo Lakes Golf Course, Medalist Golf Club, Old Marsh Golf Club, Old Palm Golf Club, Old Trail Golf Course at Jonathan’s Landing, Palm Beach Country Club, Palm Beach National Golf & Country Club, Palm Beach Polo & Golf Country Club , PGA National Estates Golf Club, PGA National Golf Club Resort & Spa, Pine Tree Golf Club, Poinciana Country Club, Quail Ridge Country Club, Riverbend Golf Club, Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club, Sailfish Point Golf Club, Seminole Landing Golf Course, St Andrew’s Country Club, Stonebridge Golf & Country Club, Tequesta Country Club, The Bear’s Club, The Breaker’s Ocean Course, The Falls Country Club, The Polo Club, The President’s Country Club, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club & Spa (now Trump National Golf Club), Trump National Golf Club, Trump International Golf Club, Turtle Creek Club, Villa Delray Golf Club, Wanderers Club, Winston Trails Golf Club, Woodfield Country Club and Wycliffe Golf & Country Club.
See home page for featured golf communities in Palm Beach County and golfing Jupiter.
Public Golf Courses – Abacoa Golf Club, Atlantis Country Club, Boca Dunes Golf & Country Club, Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course, Boynton Beach Municipal Golf Course, Cypress Creek Country Club, Delray Beach Golf Club, Golf Club of Jupiter, Grand Lacuna Golf Course, Links at Madison Green, Lone Pine Golf Course, Marina Lakes Country Club, North Palm Beach Country Club, Ocean Breeze Golf & Country Club, Okeeheelee Golf Course, Palm Beach Gardens Golf Club, Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course, Polo Trace Golf Course, Sugar Cane Golf Course, The Village Golf Club, West Palm Beach Golf Course and Westchester Golf & Country Club.
Golf really is a huge part of local life from The Bears Club members to public course recreational players.
Looking for more details about these golf courses? More Details…..
Jupiter to Palm Beach FL Lifestyles and Things To Do
Buyer’s Agents have tools to establish Fair Market Value.
I was working with a family earlier this year to find a waterfront home with easy ocean access that could accommodate 3 boats between 30-60 feet. After exploring waterfront homes in three counties together, they found a home while driving around on their own. They contacted the listing agent directly on a direct Intracoastal waterfront home listed for $2.49 Million and negotiated to purchase it for $2.4 Million.
Commissions are paid by the seller and negotiated at time of listing not at time of sales contract.
Some buyers believe they can renegotiate the listing commission during the sales negotiation process. The Listing Agreement is a legal contract between listing agent and seller – BEFORE marketing the home.
Misconception of Saving Money.
The buyers throught they had saved $70,000 by going directly to the listing agent. Out of curiosity, I did a comparable market analysis (CMA). My CMA showed the fair property value was $2,150,000 unfurnished. Without an experienced Buyer’s Agent with tools and experience to research fair market value – the buyers overpaid $250,000 (less value of furniture).
Seek expert advice from a Buyer’s Agent so YOU don’t overpay!
CALL (561)827-2952 for assistance to BUY or SELL Florida real estate.
PREPARING TO BUY A HOUSE
– Choose Budget, Lifestyle and Location
Before… you start looking at purchasing a property find your realistic budget. If you are getting financing to purchase your home, condo or other real estate investment – get pre-approved. I would be happy to recommend reputable, experienced local lenders to you. If you are paying cash – gather and prepare proof of funds. You cannot make an offer on a short sale or foreclosure without being pre-approved by a lender or having proof of funds. Once you know your budget, we can start looking at lifestyles.
FLORIDA LIFESTYLES AND THINGS TO DO
The corridor between Palm Beach – Jupiter Island FL offers a multitude of lifestyles, recreation and things to do:
Let me help you find a home that matches your budget, Florida and community lifestyle and location.
Find a city.
See top menu for neighborhoods in these cities:
Juno Beach / Jupiter Island and Jupiter Inlet Colony /
Jupiter / Palm Beach Gardens / North Palm Beach / Tequesta
This website is primarily my compilation of North Palm Beach Florida golf course, equestrian and waterfront communities. I represent buyers and sellers from Miami to Lighthouse Point to Palm Beach, Jupiter Island and Stuart. Most of my clients live in Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter and Tequesta because of the schools, lifestyles and things to do.
Who is Susanna Grubb? A Jupiter Florida real estate broker, originally from Sweden, with a Master of Science degree in Technical Communication. Offering 26 years of personal and professional experience with Florida and US real estate. For many years – a market leader ranked Top 4 of 850,000 agents in 138 countries on Proxio International MLS.
Her work is ranked very high on Google. If you list a home for sale in a Featured Community your property will get Top Placement on my websites regardless of price.
FOR A FREE CONSULTATION – Contact me or call (561) 827-2952
This part of Florida has a shortage of rental properties. Due to the shortage of rentals in the Jupiter and Palm Beach area many Florida snowbirds are buying homes and condos early in the year for the following season to be sure they have a place to stay especially as we have a shortage of rentals.
What’s a ‘snowbird’?
Well, they are the seasonal winter residents who we have not yet persuaded to spend the entire year here and are lucky enough to have another home. Pssst, if you are considering investing here let me know… I know the area and local communities very well.
Jupiter Florida is in very high demand. There are MANY reasons!!
Have you ever visited the Trulia Local Crime Maps? Well if or when you do, you will see green areas on the map, orange areas on the map and bright red areas. I am sure you can guess which ones a safer than others. The nice thing about Trulia Local Crime Map for Jupiter is that it tells you what type of crime – noise, domestic, theft or dangerous, etc.
The North Palm Beach County schools have great ratings. In Palm Beach County, Boca Raton, Wellington and Jupiter are best ranked. If you are on the border or further north, most Martin County schools are ranked very high as well.
Most people in this area are self-employed. There is no real big business besides Florida Power and Light (FPL), a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, in Juno Beach. The opening of Florida Atlantic University (FAU) honors campus in Jupiter focusing on the medical field and Max Planck and Scripps Institute opening up next door invited endless subsidiary medical businesses.
In Jupiter, many major league and minor league baseball teams practice at the Roger Dean Stadium in Abacoa. Fans come from all over the country to follow the Saint Louis Cardinals and others. With corals reefs off the coast, diving is a huge draw. Also surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, paddle boarding and fishing are very big. With the Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA) in Palm Beach Gardens, the area is flooded with international golfers and wanna-be golfers alike.
If you ask me, I may have a few more reasons to live here… I moved here for 1 year and have stayed 14 years so far…
Real Estate IRA‘s are expected to rise in the next few years. I attended a three hour class about it recently.
I will post details about this IRA investment option shortly.
Forbes Article about Real Estate IRA’s
IRS Retirement Plan Forms and Publications
1031 Exchanges are expected to make a big comeback this season in the Florida real estate market.
More details shortly…..
IRS and 1031 Exchanges
I’ve lived in Jupiter for 16 years and in Fort Lauderdale for 2 years. I know many but not all communities between Palm Beach and Jupiter Island. I have sold over 30 homes and condos in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and Saint Lucie counties. When you are looking for a new place to move or vacation ask yourself –
“What would I like 3 minutes and 15 minutes away?”
We decided to live in the quiet Village of Tequesta with 3 minute drive to Jupiter and Jupiter Island beaches and 15 minutes to Palm Beach Gardens restaurants and shops. I think that’s probably a good starting point in your search. Other people may opt for 3 minutes to a school or a golf course and 15 minutes to the beach. It’s all up to your lifestyle, budget and priorities. Here’s my overview of nearby communities –
Palm Beach Gardens (City) – Many great restaurants, shops, public and private golf courses, 15 min from PBI airport and Singer Island, Juno Beach and Jupiter beaches. Home to the Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA) and many top level golf courses and golf clubs such as Frenchmans Creek Beach & Country Club, Frenchmans Reserve, PGA National, Ballenisles Country Club, Country Club at Mirasol, Old Palm Golf Club and Old Marsh Golf Club.
Juno Beach (Town) – Quaint beach community with restaurants, shops, beachfront condos and walk-to-beach communities. Known for Juno Beach Pier – a public 990′ fishing pier and Loggerhead Marinelife Center which helps injured turtles recover before returning to sea. Home to prestigious Seminole Landing and Seminole Golf Club (#1 in Florida).
Jupiter (Town) – Located around Jupiter Inlet. Offers few direct beachfront condos, except Ocean Trail, as there are no buildings directly on the beach. Jupiter offers many walk-to-beach communities. Popular venues include Abacoa public golf course, Roger Dean baseball stadium, Maltz Theatre, Jupiter Yacht Club, Jupiter Ocean & Racquet (JORC) and Jupiter Bay tennis clubs. Jupiter is very popular for sports fishing and diving. Several beachside parks south of Jupiter Inlet. New outdoor walking and cycling project “The Riverwalk” underb way with shops, restaurants and mini ferry stops. Harbourside Place – new Intracoastal waterfront restaurant and shopping complex opened in December 2014. Now home of “The Woods Jupiter” – Tiger Woods’ restaurant. About to happen is the new Jupiter Village – a restaurant and shopping district connected to Jupiter Riverwalk. Did you know Jupiter was voted 9 of top 10 Seaside Villages in Coastal Living magazine in 2012? Jupiter and Tequesta are also home to many golf course communities.
Tequesta (Village) – North of Jupiter Inlet. Includes south end of Jupiter Island. The Village hosts a green market in season. Probably 15 restaurants and some small shops. 5-10 min drive to I-95 and Jupiter. 15 min to Palm Beach Gardens shops and restaurants. Locals enjoy fishing, golfing, boating, tennis, paddle boarding and kayaking. No thru traffic as Jonathan Dickinson State Park separates Tequesta from Hobe Sound. Small sections of Tequesta and Jupiter are in Martin County.
I have created many pages with THINGS TO DO. Here are a few – Baseball, beach, boat, cycling, restaurants, diving, fish, golf, kayak, kite surfing, paddle boarding, polo, shopping, snorkeling, surfing, tennis, windsurfing and yoga.
I would be happy to help you find a neighborhood and area that meets your interests.
“What do you want 3 minutes and 15 minutes away?”
“I was honored when Norwegian Airlines invited me to be the featured Florida real estate agent in their inflight magazine ‘N by Norwegian’ to celebrate their new nonstop flights between Oslo (OSL) / Copenhagen (CPH) / Stockholm (ARL) and Ft Lauderdale (FLL) Florida in November 2013. Norwegian Air Shuttle – one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines with over 1.9 million passengers per month shipping 150,000 golf bags,” – Susanna Malmgren-Grubb (Sept, 2013)
Norwegian Air Shuttle is also starting nonstop direct flights with the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner airplanes to Orlando (MCO) in spring 2014. This was a great match between Norwegian Air Shuttle passenger interests and South Florida lifestyles – waterfront homes and condo, private and public golf courses and golf club communities close to beaches, surfing, diving, boating, shopping and great restaurants.
SWEDISH – Finn svensk fastighetsmäklare i Florida!!
Zillow is a popular tool for buyers and sellers searching online to find the value of a particular property. If all homes were built by the same builder and of the same quality that may be the perfect tool. As with any electronic or general comparison tool that is not done ‘by-hand’ I have found that it has issues and shortcomings (but then people do too)…..
What do I mean with that? As a licensed Jupiter Florida real estate agent, I was creating a comparable market analysis (CMA) for a buyer of a single family home in Tequesta, Florida. There were several recent comps in the multiple listing service (MLS). I looked further into the tax records and saw that another property had sold privately. The home that had sold privately appeared to be owned by two individuals who were probably related. Each owner already owned half the home so when one of them bought the other one out the price was recorded as 50% of the home value. That home was then a comparison for future sales on Zillow, via the tax records and other automated systems. I am not for or against Zillow or similar companies in any way. This is simply an observation of what can happen when relying on automated tools and not real people.
In June 2015, real estate prices reached record highs as buyers saw a shortage of inventory.
The National Association of Realtors said sales of existing homes climbed 3.2 percent last month. Home sales increased 9.6 percent the past 12 months while number of active listings increased by 0.4%.
Median home prices climbed 6.5 percent over the past 12 months to $236,400, the highest level reported by the Realtors not adjusted for inflation.
Home-buying has recently surged as more buyers are flooding into the real estate market. High demand has not attracted more sellers into the market, causing tight inventories and increasing prices.
Only 5 months’ supply of homes were for sale in June, compared to 5.5 months a year ago and 6 months in a healthy market. Some areas are barely adding any new real estate listings.
Average properties sold in only 34 days in June. Limited supplies could slow sales in the next few months.
Rising home values are stretching the budgets of first-time buyers and owners looking to upgrade. As homes become less affordable, the current demand will likely taper off.
The job market was thriving in 2014 when 3.1 million jobs were added and on pace to add 2.5 million jobs in 2015.
Average 30-year fixed rates were 4.09 percent last week, according to the mortgage giant Freddie Mac. The average has risen from a 52-week low of 3.59 percent.
*Sources NAR and Associated Press (AP)
FIND SCHOOLS – North Palm Beach and South Martin County Neighborhoods
Below is a list of public schools for Jupiter, Tequesta, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and North Palm Beach subdivisions and communities in Palm Beach and Martin County Florida. This list is not complete. It shows the current schools for the most popular communities. School boundaries change and this list may or may not reflect the latest changes.
Palm Beach County Address Locator Tool –
The official site to find the correct elementary, middle and high schools by address.
(The site often has technical difficulties.)
NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS –
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS –
Allamanda Elementary School, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 803-7200
Harbor Isle, Harbor Point Marina, Legacy Place, Monet Gardens, Nativa, Oaks East, Oaks – Sunterrace, Pirates Cove, Prosperity Harbor, Rainwood, Sanctuary Cove, Sandalwood and Siena Oaks.
Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Jupiter (3rd-5th) – (561) 366-6400
Dwight Eisenhower Elementary, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 494-1800
Bears Club, Frenchmans Cove, Frenchmans Creek, Frenchmans Landing, Frenchmans Reserve, Harbour Oaks, Juno Isles, Maheu Estates, Marina Gardens, Mariners Cove, Ocean Trace, Palm Beach Cabana, Palm Harbor, Paradise Port, Prosperity Bay, Sanctuary, San Matera, Snug Harbor and Wood Hill Estates.
Grove Park Elementary, Royal Palm Beach – (561) 904-7700
Cypress Run, Gables at Northlake, Gramercy Park, Hidden Hollow, Horseshoe Acres, Ironhorse Country Club, Lone Pine Estates, Mediterranea, Palms Edge, Porto Sol, Seminole Gardens, Square Lake, Steeplechase, Woodbine, etc.
Jerry Thomas Elementary, Jupiter – (561) 741-9100
Egret Landing, Hamptons at Maplewood, Jupiter Country Club, Jupiter River Estates, Jupiter Village, Laurel Oaks, Maple Island, North Jupiter River Estates, Stonebriar and Timberwalk.
Jupiter Elementary, Jupiter – (561) 741-5300
Botanica, Casa del Sol, Clocktower Hammock, Coconut Cove, Coppola Villas, Eastview Manor, Estuary, Georgian Park, Jupiter Harbour, Jupiter Heights, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Plantation, Jupiter Yacht Club, Key West Village, Lighthouse Cove, Loxahatchee Club, Maple Crest, North Riverside, Ocean Parks, Ocean Trail, Old Jupiter Beach, Paseos, Pine Gardens, Pines of Jupiter, Riverside, River Terrace, Tequesta Trace, Waterway Village, Yacht Club Estates …
Jupiter Farms Elementary, Jupiter – (561) 741-5400
Jupiter Farms, Trailwood and Wildwood Acres.
Lighthouse Elementary, Jupiter – (561) 741-9400
Admirals Cove, Beachcomber, Bella Vista, Cambridge, Canterbury Place, Cypress Island, Greenwich, Jonathans Landing, Jupiter Bay, Jupiter Ocean and Racquet (JORC), Jupiter One, Martinique, Mystic Cove, NewHaven, North Palm Beach Heights, Olympus, Palm Beach Country Estates, Paradise Port, Pennock Point, Ritz Carlton, Sea Colony, Seabrook Place, Sea Palms, Somerset, The Bluffs, The Island, Town Center, Trump National Jupiter, Tuscany, Valencia, Via del Mar, Village of Ocean Dunes, Vintage and Xanadu.
Limestone Creek Elementary, Jupiter – (561) 744-7985
Abyssinia Park, Anchorage Point, Bay Harbor, Bayview Terrace, Bermuda Terrace, Carmel Landing, Chapel Court, Cinquez Park, Country Club Point, Cypress Cove, Cypress Ridge, Eagles Nest, Eastwinds Landing, Fox Run, Frans Follie, Island Cove, Jupiter Cove, Jupiter Landings, Limestone Creek, Little Oaks, Loxahatchee Gardens, Loxahatchee Pointe, Northfork, North River Plantation, Palm Cove, Pennock Point, Rialto, Ridgewood, River Isle, Riverside Oaks, Riverside Pines, Riverwalk, Set-N-Sun, Shady Lane, Shores Pointe, Shorewood, Tequesta Country Club, Tequesta Pines, The Preserve, The Shores, Via Rio, Wendimere Heights, West Center Street, Whispering Trails and Woodland Estates.
Marsh Pointe Elementary, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 366-8650
Country Club at Mirasol, Eastpointe, Evergrene, Fiore at the Gardens, Isles at Palm Beach Gardens, Legends at the Gardens, Magnolia Bay, Marsh Pointe, Mirabella at Mirasol, Old Marsh Golf Club, Palm Beach Country Estates, San Michele, Wandering Trails and Westwood Gardens.
North Palm Beach Elementary, North Palm Beach – (561) 494-1800
700 Ocean Drive, Bay Colony, Beachfront at Juno Beach, Captain’s Key, Cote de la Mer, Frenchman’s Harbor, Garden Oaks South, Hidden Key North, Juno Cove, Juno Isles, Juno Terrace, Oak Harbour, Old Port Cove, Old Port Village, Orange Terrace, Pelican Walk, Pleasant Ridge, Portage Landing, Sea Images, Sea View Ridge, Seminole Landing, Surfside Hills, Twelve Oaks, Uno Lago, Waterford, Waterfront on the Ocean, Waterway Vista, Wexford Court, Windy Plaza and Yacht Club Village.
Timber Trace Elementary, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 366-6200
Ballenisles Country Club, Beaumont Place, Bent Tree, Caloosa, Cinnamon, Cypress Hollow, Edgemere, Garden Lakes, Gardens Park, Highland Pines, Isles at Palm Beach Gardens, King Arthur Estates, Palm Beach Gardens North, Paloma, PGA National, Pine Cone Estates, Sabal Ridge, Shady Lakes, Southampton, Villa Palma at Northlake, Westwood Lakes, Winchester Court and Woodland Lakes.
MIDDLE SCHOOLS –
Howell Watkins Middle School, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 776-3500
Bears Club, Frenchmans Creek, Frenchmans Reserve, Old Port Cove, Seminole Landing…
Independence Middle School, Jupiter – (561) 366-6400
Abacoa Town Center, Egret Landing, Jupiter Country Club, Martinque (Abacoa), Palm Beach Country Estates, Sea Colony, Tuscany (Abacoa)…
John F Kennedy Middle School, West Palm Beach – (561) 845-4500
Jupiter Middle School, Jupiter – (561) 745-7200
Admirals Cove, Botanica, Casa del Sol, Egret Landing, Jonathans Landing, Jupiter Harbour, Jupiter Heights, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Yacht Club, Lighthouse Cove, Loxahatchee Club, North Riverside, Ocean Trail, Olympus, Paseos, Rialto, River Terrace, Tequesta Country Club and Tequesta Trace.
Watson Duncan Middle School, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 776-3500
Ballenisles Country Club, Caloosa, Country Club at Mirasol, Eastpointe, Evergrene, Jupiter Farms, Mirabella at Mirasol, Montecito, Old Marsh Golf Club, Old Palm Golf Club, PGA National and San Michele.
HIGH SCHOOLS –
Jupiter Community High School, Jupiter – (561) 744-7900
Admirals Cove, Botanica, Casa del Sol, Egret Landing, Jonathans Landing, Jupiter Country Club, Jupiter Farms, Jupiter Harbour, Jupiter Heights, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Yacht Club, Key West Village, Lighthouse Cove, Loxahatchee Club, North Riverside, Ocean Trail, Olympus, Paseos, Rialto, River Terrace, Tequesta Country Club and Tequesta Trace.
Palm Beach Gardens High School, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 694-7300
Caloosa, Old Port Cove, Steeplechase…
William T. Dwyer High School, Palm Beach Gardens – (561) 625-7800
Abacoa Town Center, Bears Club, Country Club at Mirasol, Eastpointe, Evergrene, Frenchmans Creek, Frenchmans Reserve, Harbour Oaks, Landmark, Marsh Harbour, Martinique (Abacoa),Mirabella at Mirasol, Old Marsh Golf Club, Palm Beach Country Estates, San Michele, Sea Colony, Seminole Landing, Tuscany (Abacoa)…
MARTIN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS–
(Jupiter & Tequesta Communities)
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS –
Crystal Lake Elementary, Stuart – (772) 219-1525
Old Trail, Ranch Acres, Ranch Colony, Ranch Estates, Tailwinds & The Links
Hobe Sound Elementary, Hobe Sound – (772) 219-1540
Bridgewater of Jupiter, Heritage Oaks, Indian Hills, Islands of Jupiter, Jupiter Equestrian Estates, Jupiter Hills Village, North Passage, Riverbend Country Club, River Ridge, Rolling Hills, The Moorings of Jupiter, Topolka Estates, Turtle Creek Club
MIDDLE SCHOOLS –
Dr David L Anderson Middle School, Stuart – (772) 221-7100
Old Trail, Ranch Acres, Ranch Colony, Ranch Estates, Tailwinds and The Links.
Murray Middle School, Port Salerno – (772) 219-1670
Bridgewater of Jupiter,Heritage Oaks, Indian Hills, Islands of Jupiter, Jupiter Equestrian Estates, Jupiter Hills Village, North Passage, Riverbend Country Club, River Ridge, Rolling Hills, The Moorings of Jupiter, Topolka Estates and Turtle Creek Club.
HIGH SCHOOLS –
South Fork High School, Stuart – (772) 219-1840
Bridgewater of Jupiter, Heritage Oaks, Indian Hills, Islands of Jupiter, Jupiter Equestrian Estates, Jupiter Hills Village, North Passage, Old Trail, Ranch Acres, Ranch Colony, Ranch Estates, Riverbend Country Club, River Ridge, Rolling Hills, Tailwinds, The Links, The Moorings of Jupiter, Topolka Estates and Turtle Creek Club.
PALM BEACH GARDENS
Palm Beach Gardens is a booming City in northern Palm Beach County. It’s the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) so golf courses and golf course communities abound. Palm Beach Gardens also offers excellent restaurants, entertainment, shopping, tennis and boating. Jupiter, Juno Beach and Singer Island beaches are only minutes away.
PALM BEACH GARDENS FLORIDA Things To Do
Shopping at The Gardens Mall – 3101 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens
Indoor shopping mall with 160 vendors and top department stores, incl Apple Store.
Downtown at the Gardens – 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens
Outdoor shopping, restaurants, Cobb Downtown 16 Theatre and Whole Foods Market.
Green Market – 10500 N Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens (8am-1pm)
Every Sunday there’s a Palm Beach Gardens green market with 120 vendors offering foods, handcrafts and entertainment.
Palm Beach Gardens Municipal Golf Course – 11401 Northlake Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens
A par 72 newly renovated golf course on 6,500 yards of wilderness preserve.
Aquatic Center – 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens
A 25 yard lap pool, 12 foot dive well, diving board and water slides.
PALM BEACH GARDENS REAL ESTATE
FEATURED PALM BEACH GARDENS SUBDIVISIONS –
Ballenisles Country Club ($300,000’s-$4 Million) – A gated spa resort, tennis and golf course community managed by Troon. Ballenisles offers three championship golf courses. Mandatory HOA and club memberships.
Caloosa ($400,000’s-$3 Million) – An equestrian community with custom homes on 5-2o acres of land west of PGA Blvd off Beeline Highway. Low mandatory HOA fees.
Country Club at Mirasol ($600,000’s-$4 Million) – A gated luxury tennis and golf club community with Mediterranean style estates, homes and town houses. Mandatory HOA and club membership.
Crystal Pointe – ($300,000’s-600,000’s) – Centrally located man-gated community off Prosperity Farms Rd with tennis, pool and clubhouse. Mandatory HOA.
Evergrene ($150,000’s-$1.5 Million) – A 24 hr man-gated condo and home community surrounding a lake with community pools, spa, fitness center and clubhouse off Alt A1A and Hood Rd close to PGA Blvd. Mandatory HOA.
Frenchman’s Creek ($600,000’s-$4 Million) – A gated golf club community across from The Bear’s Club and Trump National Jupiter with private beach club in Juno Beach. Mandatory HOA and golf club membership.
Frenchman’s Reserve ($500,000’s-$4 Million) – A gated tennis and golf club community by Toll Brothers near Frenchman’s Creek, The Bear’s Club and Trump National. Mandatory HOA and tennis or golf club membership.
Isles at Palm Beach Gardens – ($350,000’s-650,000’s) DiVosta built single family homes with lake, pool or garden views. Mandatory HOA.
Maheu Estates ($1-3 Million) – Small community with mostly canal-front or Intracoastal waterfront homes off Prosperity Farms Rd in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens. No HOA.
Mirabella at Mirasol ($400,000’s-800,000’s) – Gated newer community around the corner from Country Club at Mirasol with single family homes. Fabulous community clubhouse, gym and pool. Mandatory HOA.
Old Marsh Golf Club ($500,000-$4 Million) – A unique gated golf club community in natural Florida marsh land setting located off Hood Rd close to PGA Blvd. Mandatory HOA and voluntary club membership.
Old Palm Golf Club ($1-20 Million) – A private ultra luxury golf club and resort spa community with hi-tech golf training facilities. Custom and model Mediterranean style homes. Mandatory HOA & voluntary club membership.
Palm Beach Country Estates ($200,000’s-$1.2 Million) – Custom homes on mostly 1-2 acre lots close to I-95, Donald Ross Rd, Scripps and Abacoa. ‘Country living in the City’ and very low HOA fees.
Paloma – ($400,000’s – $900,000’s) – Newly built townhomes and single family homes by Kolter with spectacular clubhouse, pool and fitness center. Mandatory HOA.
PGA National Golf Resort & Spa ($150,000’s-$1.5 Million) – 3,500 condos, townhomes and single family homes. Fabulous resort spa, restaurants and 5 golf courses. Mandatory HOA & POA. Voluntary club membership.
San Michele – ($700,000’s-$2 Million) – Small gated luxury community of just 90 homes. Mandatory HOA.
Steeplechase – ($500,000’s-$2 Million) – Custom equestrian homes on acre lots. Mandatory HOA.
MORE PALM BEACH GARDENS SUBDIVISIONS (coming soon) –
Azure Luxury Condos / Bent Tree / Cabana Colony (see Palm Beach Cabana Colony) /Cielo / The Cove (aka Old Cypress Bend) / Cypress Hollow / Cypress Island / Eastpointe Country Club / Fiore at the Gardens / Frenchmens Landing / Garden Lakes / Garden Oaks / Hidden Hollow / Horseshoe Acres / Intracoastal Park / Lake Catherine / Landmark at the Gardens / Legacy Place / Lexington Green / Magnolia Bay / Marina Gardens / Mariners Cove / Midtown / Montecito / Natures Hideaway / Palm Beach Cabana Colony / Palm Harbor / Palmwood (see Waterway Manor) / Paradise Point / Paradise Port / PGA Commons / Prosperity Bay / Prosperity Harbor / Prosperity Pines / Rainwood / San Matera / Sanctuary / Shady Lakes / Siena Oaks / Square Lake / Sun Terrace / Trevi at the Gardens / Vision One / Waterway Manor / Westwood Gardens
Jupiter Florida is a relaxed coastal town in northern Palm Beach County with 50,000 annual residents. In 2012, Jupiter made the top 10 list of America’s Happiest Seaside Towns by Coastal Living Magazine. Jupiter is known for the brick red Jupiter Lighthouse located on Jupiter Inlet with easy access to the Gulf Stream and the Bahamas. The reefs off the inlet attract boaters, sports fishermen and divers alike. The many beaches and beach area parks offer free public parking and attract local and far away beach-goers, surfers, kite surfers and paddle boarders. The Jupiter Island beaches – Blowing Rocks and Coral Cove Park – just north of Jupiter Inlet have rocky limestone formations in the surf while the southern side of the inlet is sandy. There are lifeguards on all public beaches. Certain sections of Jupiter Beach allow dogs. (See beaches.) Roger Dean Stadium is home of the Jupiter Hammerheads baseball team. During spring training fans from all over the country arrive to see the Saint Louis Cardinals. Jupiter has many private and public tennis clubs that participate in the various Palm Beach singles, doubles and mixed tennis leagues. The many private championship golf courses, executive golf courses and the public Abacoa Golf Club are home to recreational and PGA Tour pro-golfers. Many families locate to Jupiter because of the many ‘A’ rated local Palm Beach County schools and the highly regarded Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association (JTAA) with dozens of youth sports including baseball, basketball, cheer leading, football, lacrosse, roller hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball.
I’ve lived in the Jupiter area for 10 years and have really seen it change. It was a quiet town few people had heard of unless they had family or friends in one of the classic local golf communities like Jonathan’s Landing or Admiral’s Cove. If you Googled Jupiter and Palm Beach in 2003 – Jupiter would appear as a distant cousin. Now both Jupiter and nearby Palm Beach Gardens are very popular destinations actually more popular but less known than Palm Beach. The social scene is quite different between Palm Beach and Jupiter. There’s much more publicity and glitz in Palm Beach. For outsiders, the Jupiter lifestyles may not be apparent as many functions are in one of the many gated golf course communities or private residences. Jupiter, Tequesta and Jupiter Island are laid back with an affluent flair – this is more and more sought after in our modern society. For the younger generations, there’s always Ft Lauderdale and Miami – perfect weekend getaways for those who live ‘up here’.
WHERE IS JUPITER FLORIDA?
30 Min – North of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).
1 Hour – North of Fort Lauderdale and Fort Lauderdale International airport (FLL)
1.5 Hour – North of Miami and Miami International Airport (MIA)
2 Hours – South of Orlando International (MCO) and Orlando Sanford (SFB) airports
Jupiter Lighthouse by Jupiter Inlet
JUPITER FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
JUPITER HOMES FOR SALE – Up to $200K / $200-300K / $300-400K $400-500K / $500-600K / $600-800K $800K-1M
LUXURY HOMES – $1-2 Million / $2-3 Million / $3 Million+
WATERFRONT CONDO – Jupiter / Jupiter Island and Tequesta / Singer Island condos
LAND FOR SALE – Jupiter
FEATURED JUPITER SUBDIVISIONS –
(For updated list – click FEATURED AREAS)
Abacoa – A large development just north of Donald Ross Rd with over 25 subdivisions, restaurants, offices, shops, a public golf course and baseball stadium.
Admiral’s Cove – A luxury gated waterfront golf course and tennis community with private marina and spa resort.
Bears Club – An ultra luxury exclusive golf course community close to Juno Beach and PGA Blvd shopping and restaurants.
Botanica (incl Sandpiper Cove) – A newer condo and single family development close to Jupiter Hospital and Abacoa.
Cove Point – A small Martin County community with single family homes with garden views, canal waterfront or riverfront views on scenic Loxahatchee River.
Cypress Cove – A gated subdivision within The Shores of Jupiter. Due to its size you may need to look at Shores of Jupiter or North Fork for nearby homes for sale.
Egret Landing – A popular development of large single family homes with community pool and several tennis courts.
Islands of Jupiter – A Loxahatchee Riverfront community with luxury waterfront Mediterranean estates.
Jonathan’s Landing – A traditional Florida Intracoastal waterfront golf club with tennis, spa resort and new fitness center.
Jupiter Country Club – A newer Toll Brothers golf course community west of I-95 with homes and town houses with lakes, resort style pool and tennis stadium.
Jupiter Farms – A large section west of the highways with small and large homes with large land parcels and horses.
Jupiter Harbour – A waterfront town house community with boat slips overlooking Jupiter Inlet and Lighthouse.
Jupiter Yacht Club – A newer luxury waterfront complex with 5 towers overlooking the Intracoastal, bird sanctuaries, nearby restaurants and the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina.
Loxahatchee Club – A centrally located northern style traditional golf club with luxury homes, clubhouse restaurant, fitness center and pools. Loxahatchee Club real estate.
North Fork – A separate gated community with single family within The Shores of Jupiter.
Olympus – A single family home neighborhood off US1 with tennis courts and private access path to the beach.
Paseos – Newer community with single family homes, tennis, clubhouse and pool off Indian Creek Parkway in Jupiter.
Ranch Colony – A unique development with homes on 1-20 acre parcels located in northwest Jupiter with 2 golf courses, an aeropark and equestrian facilities.
Rialto – A newer community off Island Way across from the Jupiter Community Park (JCP).
Ritz Carlton (now Trump National Golf Club Jupiter) – Luxury gated golf club community next to The Bear’s Club and Frenchman’s Creek.
The Shores – A large community with single family homes off Central Blvd north of Indiantown Rd.
Tailwinds at Ranch Colony – An aeropark community within Ranch Colony located in Martin County northwest of the highways.
Tierra del Sol – New townhouse community along Jupiter Riverwalk close to beaches.
Abacoa includes Allegro, Antigua, Cambridge, Canterbury Place, Charleston Court, Dakota, Greenwich, Island at Abacoa, Mallory Creek, Martinique, New Haven, Osceola Woods, San Palermo, Somerset, Towncenter, Tuscany, Valencia, Village at Abacoa, Vintage at Abacoa and Windsor Park.
Jonathan’s Landing includes Anchorage, Barrow Island, Baytowne, Bridgegate, Cape Pointe, Casseekey Island, Cresson Island, Crosswinds, Greens Cay, The Harbour, Hidden Cove, Jonathan’s Island, Longshore, The Narrows, Passage Island, Port Dickinson, Riverwind, Shearwater, Southern Cay, Southporte, Traders Crossing, Waterbend, West Bay, Windrift and Windward. Casseekey Island Boat Slips.
JUNO BEACH FLORIDA
Juno Beach is a beach town in Palm Beach County located between Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach and Jupiter. It is well renowned for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center – which rescues sea turtles, the 990 ft Juno Beach Fishing Pier – a public fishing pier accessible for a minor donation, the beaches and beach area parks. Local weather conditions attract surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers. Beach goers can enjoy the volleyball courts and picnic pavilions on Ocean Drive. If you are looking for a beach condo Juno Beach offers several direct oceanfront condos which are hard to find in nearby Jupiter.
WHERE IS JUNO BEACH FLORIDA?
5 Min – North of Palm Beach Gardens golf courses, shopping and dining.
5 Min – South of Jupiter, Jupiter Inlet and Jupiter Lighthouse
25 Min – West Palm Beach airport (PBI)
1 Hour – Fort Lauderdale airport (FLL)
1 1/2 Hours – Miami International Airport (MIA)
JUNO BEACH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
FEATURED JUNO BEACH SUBDIVISIONS
Beachfront – Oceanfront beach condo built in 1990’s with 53 units. Onsite pool, gym and tennis. Small pets allowed.
Brigadoon – Beachfront condo built in 1970’s with garage. Onsite pool and gym. No pets.
Cote de la Mer – Three-story beachfront and walk-to-beach town homes with private elevators and resort style community pool.
Horizon – Oceanfront 12-story beach condo built in 1980’s with pool. Pets and lease allowed with restrictions.
Juno Isles – Popular boating community with 330 single family homes located between US1 and Intracoastal Waterway. Juno Isles offers ICW waterfront and canalfront homes as well as garden view homes. Very low HOA fee.
Ocean Royale – Newer luxury beachfront condo complex consisting of two 13-story towers just south of the Juno Beach Fishing Pier.
Ocean Trace (aka Uno Lago) – Condo and townhouse community with resort style pools minutes from PGA Blvd shopping and Juno Beach beaches and fishing pier.
MORE JUNO BEACH SUBDIVISIONS –
700 Ocean Drive / Alicante / Barclay / Bay Colony / Juno by the Sea / Juno Heights / Juno Ocean Club / Juno Shores Resort / Nydal / Oak Harbour / Ocean View Ridge / Oceanfront at Juno Beach / Ocean Ridge at Juno Beach / Pelican Walk / San Remo / Sea Dunes / Sea Images / Sea Oats / Seaview at Juno Beach / Tomkus / Wexford
Ready to Upgrade or Downgrade?
Now is an excellent time to do something about it! So many home owners live in bigger properties than they need. Perhaps their children have left for college and they just don’t need the space any more. Others may have growing families and need the extra space.
It’s a Seller’s Market – we have low inventory and prices have leveled out after the recession. Homes now trade for – fair market price. If the sellers are realistic about their asking price and selling price then buyers will flock to the opportunity while mortgage rates are super low. The seller would also be buying at a great time… It’s a perfect time for Buyers and Sellers to Upgrade or Downgrade!!
Call Susanna (561)827-2952 or request appointment online.
What is “Buyer-Seller Price Equilibrium”?
It is a time in the real estate market cycle when Buyers are realistic about the fair market price. At the same time the Sellers are realistic about their asking price and selling price. For this ideal situation, I have coined the term “Buyer-Seller Price Equilibrium”.
Ideal state in the Florida real estate market
During a Buyer-Seller Price Equilibrium, the exchange of title and ownership of real property is done under win-win circumstances. Think of it as an ideal world, where the selling price of a property is at fair market price.
Luckily, for both buyers and sellers, this is also happening at a time with historically low mortgage rates below 4% interest. As the real estate market is in constant flux, unfortunately the current state will not last forever…
Now, is the perfect time for Buyers and Sellers to Upgrade or Downgrade.
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
FEATURED WEST PALM BEACH GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUBS –
DOWNTOWN CONDOS – (coming soon)
610 Clematis, City Palms, City Place – Tower, City Place – Courtyards, City Place – Garden Residences, Esplanade Grande, Magnolia Court, Metropolitan, One City Plaza, One Watermark Place, The Prado, Rapallo North, Rapallo South, The Slade, The Strand, Trump Plaza, Two City Plaza, Waterview Towers and The Whitney
HISTORIC DISTRICTS – (coming soon)
El Cid, Southland Park and South of Southern (SoSo)
Emails used to be fun and exciting – now we avoid 90% of them. I don’t do blasts!! I offer FUN Monthly eNews with local Florida lifestyles, events and real estate news.
If you are a Gmail user like me, then I hope you are taking advantage of the ‘labels’, the ‘filters’ by keyword or sender and ALL ‘stars’ to mark the import emails so you can return later.
Personally, I’m increasingly fast deleting emails with cliche old stuff. I deleted 3,000 emails this morning. Phew!!
Discount points are a one-time loan cost, where one discount point carries a cost equal to one percent of the first mortgage loan. For example, 1 discount point on a loan of a conforming loan limit of $650,000 would carry a cost of $6,500 to be paid at closing.
Discount points, are often tax-deductible, and can be paid with cash or added to the total loan amount.
It is truly unbelievable that mortgage rates continue to remain below 4%. The 30-year mortgage rates averaged 3.87% last week – the 28th consecutive week with sub-4 percent rates. The 15-year mortgage rates averaged 3.11%.
Today, home buyers can purchase 10% “more home” than last year. So if you as a buyer qualified for a $400,000 home in June 2014, then you could probably afford $440,000 in today’s market.
If you think like me, you may want to know how that applies to you. Estimate that mortgages average $470/month for every $100,000. In addition, add HOA dues, property taxes and insurance. Some borrowers may need private mortgage insurance (PMI). I can help you find the HOA fees, estimated new property taxes and property insurance quotes.
I highly recommend to my buyers that they get pre-qualified or preferably pre-approved before looking for a home. It’s a fast moving market and they need to be ready to act.
It is a win-win time for both home buyers and sellers!!
I’d be happy to help you!! Please call me (561)827-2952 with questions.
In South Florida in general and North Palm Beach County in particular, the shortage of annual and seasonal rentals creates more buyers. The local real estate market is in a state of “buyer-seller price equilibrium” where the properties are sold and purchased for fair market price agreed by both buyer and seller as a win-win situation without a win-loose or loose-win.
When prospective tenants search for months and months without success due to low supply and high demand of rental listings they are increasingly interested in buying a property. Many buyers are cash buyers but the mortgage rates are also remaining at historical lows. This is a very special time in the real estate cycle where both buyers and sellers can close a deal and both parties feel good about having made the right decision.