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Coconut Grove Category

New Listing! 4025 Poinciana Ave, Coconut Grove

May 11th, 2016 Written By Carol Pawley

Quintessential Coconut Grove Sanctuary- featuring two story gated residence with 4 bed/ 3.5 baths. Home opens up into formal living & dining area, family room, chefs eat in kitchen with gas stove, and sweeping views of pool area through magnificent French doors. Step upstairs into your expansive master suite that features: walk in closet, personal lounge area, and private patio. Along with the many superb features this home has to offer, you will also enjoy: recessed lighting, 2 car garage, crown molding, shutters, and laundry. If you want an airy home befitting of privacy, sophistication, and minutes from downtown Coconut Grove, this may be the home for you! Check out the virtual tour in the link below.

http://tours.floridaluxuryhomesphotography.com/527455

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Real Estate Agent vs. For Sale By Owner

February 23rd, 2016 Written By Carol Pawley

With recent advancements in technology, virtually any service is available online at the click of a finger. Websites such as Zillow and Trulia allow future homebuyers and sellers to post their homes quickly and easily. In fact, the president of ForSaleByOwner.com said that in the first quarter of 2015, website traffic had increased by over 200% when compared with the same time period the year before. Then why do so many homebuyers continue to use a realtor and pay an additional 6% commission fee? Lets have a look.

  1.  Better Prices! Real Estate Agents have experience in negotiating competitive prices and have the necessary resources to effectively market your home to achieve the highest selling price. Realtors firmly believe they will help you find the right home at the best price possible, and in 2013, the National Association of Realtors Buyer’s and Seller’s Profile showed the average FSBO home sold for $174,900, while the average home sold with a realtor sold for $215,000. That’s a difference of $40,100!
  2. Access to Qualified Buyers! A good broker will do the background work to ensure that potential buyers are qualified and have sufficient funds to purchase your home. This expertise lowers the chances of the deal breaking down at the end stages of the process. Also, an element of trust is involved when buying a home directly, as not all potential buyers or owners are honest when dealing directly with each other.
  3. Save Time! Time spent during inspections, finding a qualified buyer, and even initially during staging or marketing of a home can be saved by using the skill set of a Real Estate Agent. The value of a home can change quickly depending on the market trend at that moment, and it is essential to list and sell your home when you can benefit the most.

Purchasing a home is often an emotional process, and an important part of the sale is creating an image of the future lifestyle of the homebuyers through photography and virtual tours. Whether FSBO or working through a realtor best suits your needs depends on the situation. But, if you are looking for an experienced Real Estate Agent to help you navigate the market, I can help!

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Coconut Grove Art Festival 2016

February 10th, 2016 Written By Carol Pawley

The 53rd annual Coconut Grove Art Festival is bringing artists from around the globe to showcase their incredible work this weekend, February 13, 14, and 15th 2016, in the heart of our own Coconut Grove. The festival is an annual celebration in the Coconut Grove community that cultivates inspirational interactions and exhibitions from a vast array of disciplines including the visual, culinary, and performing arts. The festival boasts an extensive selection of food vendors in it’s Global Food Village, while simultaneously stimulating the ears and eyes of festival goers as they stroll through the hundreds of artist booths along Bayshore Drive. Tickets can be found on the festival website, and those who live in the area can snag a ticket for only $5! Hope to see you there! http://www.cgaf.com/index.php

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Open House Dec. 13 from 12:00 to 2:00pm 1638 S. Bayshore Ct. Unit 301E

December 13th, 2015 Written By Carol Pawley

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3rd Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at Coco Walk

November 30th, 2015 Written By Carol Pawley

 

Coco Walk Christmas

 

Tree Lighting Ceremony starts at 6:30 PM

On Saturday, December 5, from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, don’t miss Coco Walk’s festive Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. Invite the children in your family because this fun holiday event includes a bounce house, popcorn and snow cones, arts and crafts, pictures with Santa Claus, and live performances by the Miami Conservatory of Music, Arts & Mind Academy, and the Coconut Grove Ballet studio.

Want to hear the best part? The event is free! The Coconut Grove Business Improvement District and CocoWalk are sponsoring the celebration. Participants are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy to be delivered on December 15 to the children at St. Alban’s Child Enrollment Center.

When: Saturday, December 5, 2015

Time: 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM – Tree Lighting Ceremony starts at 6:30 PM

Where: 3015 Grande Avenue, Coconut Grove, FL 33133.

The Coconut Grove BID is a Board of the City of Miami dedicated to protecting and enhancing the vitality of Coconut Grove’s commercial core.

 

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Pelican Reef West

October 17th, 2014 Written By Carol Pawley

We're sorry, but we couldn't find MLS # A2014521 in our database. This property may be a new listing or possibly taken off the market. Please check back again.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

March 17th, 2014 Written By Carol Pawley

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Make sure you celebrate tonight safely and responsibly,  raise your glass for this year’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.   Here are some of the activities going on around town, courtesy of the Miami Herald.

MIAMI BEACH

SUNG TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS

When: 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Where: St. Patrick Church, 3716 Garden Ave.

Together with the Latin Mass Community of the Archdiocese of Miami, the parish will hold a service that harkens back to the days when Mass was sung entirely in Latin. After the Mass, all are welcome to bring a dish to a festive potluck on the first floor of Barry Hall.

BRICKELL

BRICKELLFEST ST. PATRICK’S DAY

When: Mondey 12 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Where: Finnegan’s River, 401 SW Third Ave.

Partygoers can enjoy live music and drinks during the 11-hour celebration at this riverside venue for a $30 admission fee. More expensive packages come with drinks and access to a VIP section. Tickets are available at brickellfest.com/tickets.

START WITH ST. PRACTICE DAY

When: Monday 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: Fadó Irish Pub, 900 S. Miami Ave. in Mary Brickell Village.

On Monday, $10 will get you a breakfast buffet with a pint from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Then the party resumes at 2 p.m. for another free event with DJs and Irish dancers.

CORAL GABLES

IRISH BRUNCH, DINNER AND MUSIC

When: All day  Monday.

Where: John Martin’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 253 Miracle Mile.

The famed Irish hangout in the Gables will start the celebration at 2 pm, revelers can order from an Irish-themed menu boasting Guinness honey-glazed chicken wings and Gaelic steak. Songwriters are invited to play at an open-mic night Sunday evening, and a live DJ will spin from 3 p.m. until close Monday night.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

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