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Jean-Luc Andriot Boca Raton - Delray Beach Luxury market report May 2022 for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 052022

As I am a member of The Institute for Luxury Marketing, I thought I would share with you their May 2022 report for Boca Raton - Delray Beach.

It is your guide to a general analysis on the trends and comparative data on the top-residential markets in the Boca Raton - Delray Beach area.

Statistics are separated between single family homes and condominiums / townhomes in Boca Raton - Delray Beach.

At the national level:

The ebbs and flows of the luxury real estate market continue to be fascinating while still providing some unexpected twists and turns. At the beginning of 2022, experts had predicted a more traditional year, but reality tells a different story.
Much like actors, the players in the luxury real estate market need to have the

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The two terms are often confused because they are so similar. But in reality, they are very different.

- Getting prequalified for a mortgage doesn’t entail a credit check or official documentation. This process simply estimates how much you could qualify to borrow.

- Getting preapproved, on the other hand, requires official documentation; verification of your income, assets, and debts; and a credit check. A preapproval concretely specifies how much you have been approved to borrow.

Getting preapproved gives you clarity on how much you can afford, which makes it important to do before you start your home search.
Once you find a home, it also assures the seller that you’re serious and financially able to buy their home.

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725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave luxury condominium for sale MLS: RX-10791724 New pictures and video

See condominium details: 725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave

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725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave balcony view 725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave living area

The Residence: unit 7A

This one of a kind home is a combination of 1,400 sq ft luxury living space, 600 sqft separate office space and 3 perfectly located parking spaces.
Really incomparable to anything else in this very desirable Miami area.
The amazing and unique full wrap around balcony in that building is approximately 1,900 square foot, accessible from

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Counter tops for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 050422

A nice countertop can really make your kitchen stand out. Unfortunately, your counters tend to get a lot of use over their lifetime and can really start to show that wear as they age. Conventional wisdom often suggests that when your counters start to stand out because of their stains or damage then it’s likely time to start thinking about new countertops. That can be a really big expense, though… which is why you might be better off considering resurfacing your countertops first.

As the name suggests, resurfacing your countertops provides a new top surface for the countertop that can provide it with a new lease on life. Depending on your reasoning for redoing your countertops and the condition they’re in, there are a few different ways that you can

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May 2022 - Jean-Luc Andriot - Blog Post Image for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 050322

Our nation is in the midst of a serious housing crunch. Last year, a lack of inventory and soaring prices left many would-be homebuyers feeling pinched. But now, with interest rates climbing, many of them are also feeling desperate to lock in a mortgage—which has only added fuel to the fire.1

Fortunately, if you’re a buyer struggling to find a home, we have some good news. While it’s true that higher mortgage rates can decrease your purchasing budget, there are additional ways to compete in a hot market.

Yes, a high offer price gets attention. But most sellers consider a variety of factors when evaluating an offer. With that in mind, here are five tactics you can utilize to sweeten your proposal and outshine your competition.

We can help you

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Skip a home inspection for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 042122

When buying a new home, there’s a lot more that goes into the process than just signing some forms and picking up the keys. One of the big steps that you’ll typically take is getting a home inspection to identify any potential issues with the property. While this is common, most of the time it’s not actually required; while lenders will generally insist on an appraisal of the home, this isn’t a full inspection. So does that mean you can skip getting an actual home inspection as a part of the home-buying process?

Technically, yes. Unless you live in an area where home inspections are legally required, you don’t have to get a home inspection before purchase. Should you skip a home inspection? Absolutely not. Having your home inspected serves a much

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