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Coral Gables, FL 33146

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The Miami Market is HOT!

Miami's Real Estate Market

The end of 2017 sure felt slow for South Florida’s real estate market. Hurricane Irma hit in September, and after that it just seemed like it took ages for the market to pick up steam. 2018, on the other hand, is off to a wonderful start! Not just for me, but for almost every realtor that I… Read More »


Rare Opportunity to Own a Compound in Coral Gables

6710 LeJeune Road

If you have not seen my listing at 6710 LeJeune Road, then you are truly missing out on an outstanding opportunity to own and customize your own compound in the heart of Coral Gables. Sitting regally on a 13,500 square foot corner lot, this 5,736 square foot home is the grande dame of Coral Gables’ iconic Dutch… Read More »


The New and Lovely Giralda Plaza

Giralda Plaza Coral Gables

While you will often find me dining on Miracle Mile, in Merrick Park, or somewhere in Coconut Grove, I had not been out to eat on Giralda in quite some time. I recently went to the ever-reliable Bangkok Bangkok, located on what is now the Giralda Plaza, and I really loved how Coral Gables has transformed the… Read More »


Come Marvel at my Magical New Grove Listing

3737 Kent Coconut Grove

Enchanting does not even begin to describe 3737 Kent Road! It is truly something that has to be seen to be believed, and because they say that a picture is worth 1,000 words, click here to view the property’s website. It is such a treat to have this home listed, and I know that you will love… Read More »


Paseo de la Riviera: the New Project at the Old Holiday Inn

Paseo de la Riviera Coral Gables

If you have driven down US1 in Coral Gables lately, then you might have noticed that the old Holiday Inn across from the University of Miami has been demolished. This demolition has been a long time coming, but it was wild to see this longstanding building gone. What a change on the highway! The parcel that housed… Read More »


Miami’s Best Pizza is Back!

Miami's Best Pizza

I can almost smell it! I can’t tell you how much I used to love Miami’s Best Pizza and how sad I was the day that it closed back in 2014!! We would get a pizza from Miami’s Best at least once a week and it was something my whole family could agree on! Sunday night was… Read More »


What does the New Tax Bill Mean for Local Real Estate?

New Tax Bill Real Estate

Love it or hate it, the new tax bill passed and we are all going to feel its effects. Real estate is going to be impacted just like everything else, but in South Florida it looks like the tax bill will be a good thing! A client shared an article from Local 10 that does a great… Read More »


The Miami Open Moves

Miami Open Moves

I have always loved the Miami Open and proud that it is often considered the “fifth Grand Slam.” While I am not able to spend every day at the tennis tournament and usually only make it out one day, it has been such a treat to have it in our back yard on Key Biscayne. I am… Read More »


Slow Down in Coral Gables

Slow Down Coral Gables

Although a recent article in Forbes claims that Boston has the nation’s worst drivers, when I am on the streets of Miami it sure does feel like we should take the top spot! Whether I am running or driving, it seems like someone who is speeding, texting, improperly utilizing a 4-way stop, or simply not paying attention… Read More »


FPL’s Coconut Grove-Galloway Project

FPL Coconut Grove Galloway Project

FPL is in the process of replacing the poles that support the power lines running along Ponce de Leon Boulevard from Red Road all the way to Douglas and Bird roads. Dubbed the Coconut Grove-Galloway project, this effort is designed to strengthen the power grid by installing taller, stronger poles, thereby making power restoration faster and more… Read More »


Early 2018 is the Time to Buy a New Home

Mortgage Rate Forecast

As a Realtor, mortgage rates are always something of which I want to be aware. In this business, many of my buyers borrow money, which makes sense because they are, quite often, making the biggest purchases of their lives! Also, the cost to borrow has been so low for so long. Well, what I am telling my… Read More »

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