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November 2019

Found 3 blog entries for November 2019.

The Florida housing market wasn’t quite as robust in 2019 as many of us had hoped, especially when it comes to the luxury market, but there were also more single-family and condo sales overall this month compared to November 2018, which could be a good sign heading into the new year. 

According to new data from Florida Realtors, existing single-family home sales spiked 14.4% statewide this past month, while condo-townhouse sales across the Sunshine State also jumped nearly 9% compared to last year. 

What’s even more encouraging is that November also marked the 95th month in a row that statewide median sales prices for both categories rose year-over-year, suggesting the market is still in a good place, even despite a major dip in International buyers

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Inlet Waters Jupiter TownhomesIf you’re considering a new construction townhome in Jupiter, Inlet Waters is a good place to search. In fact, we know of three great reasons buyers should consider a move to the Inlet Waters townhomes.

Stylish living

The stylish design of the townhomes cannot be overlooked. Buyers can expect to find more than 2,000 square feet of living space, including three-bedrooms, 2.5-baths and a two-car garage. In addition, the sophisticated townhomes offer private balconies and ground-level patio space.


The amenities of Inlet Waters are superb. The property sits alongside the Jupiter River, allowing for a marina and private docks. In addition, future options will also include a swimming pool and cabana, plus plenty of surrounding green

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Palm Beach County Equestrian Homes For SaleAre you looking for a new “Equestrian Friendly” home in Palm Beach County? Stop horsing around and check out these awesome Equestrian Communities ASAP! 

Loxahatchee Groves 

Loxahatchee Groves, nicknamed “Florida's Last Frontier,” is an equestrian loving community that protects the land from over-development and prides itself on preserving the area's rural character. The town derives its unique Seminole name from the Loxahatchee River and loosely translates to “river of turtles” The area has 12.5 square miles of peaceful, rural, old-Florida landscape. The government and Town Council have worked hard to maintain the “communal ranch” like atmosphere. This town is truly Horse Heaven! They developed a Master Equestrian and Greenway Trail Plan to connect

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