April 2022

There are 9 blog entries for April 2022.

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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Jean-Luc Andriot Boca Raton - Delray Beach Luxury market report April 2022 for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 042022

As I am a member of The Institute for Luxury Marketing, I thought I would share with you their April 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:

A Time for Innovation
Inventory continues to remain below traditional levels, even though there has been a slight increase in the number of new listings coming onto the market over the last few months.
Comparing March 2022 to March 2021, there was an overall 8.17% decrease in luxury single-family inventory despite a 15.20%

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Make your home stand out!

When potential buyers walk through or drive by, you want your home to shine! Luckily, there are many ways to spruce up your space—both inside and out.

Watch this video for a few to-do's we recommend as you prep your home for sale.

But don’t stop there! Check out our new blog post to get a full checklist for prepping your home for sale!

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Just Listed: 725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave Condomium RX-10791724

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

725 NE 22nd Street, 7A, Miami, FL 33137 New Wave View picture1 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 each room and offering unparalleled views to the

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April 2022 - Jean-Luc Andriot - 3 simple design tips

1️⃣ Give your interior a fresh coat of paint. Remember that neutrals are best for selling.

2️⃣ Stage your furniture. Data show that staged homes sell faster and for more money.

3️⃣ Update your landscaping. This gives buyers a great first impression.

While these three steps are helpful, there are likely a few more things you can do to maximize your property’s sales potential.

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Contact us for a free, customized assessment of your home!

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Set the mood with luxury lighting for Jean-Luc Andriot blog 040822

When I am staging a luxury property for sale, there are a lot of factors to consider. From curb appeal to furniture placement, every detail matters to an affluent home buyer. Likewise, having proper external and internal lighting can make a big difference in setting the overall mood and ambiance. As a real estate professional, I understand the importance of home lighting, the current lighting technology available for use in luxury homes, and how to select the best lighting for any given property.


Home lighting is typically not the first thing that comes to mind when staging a luxury property for sale. Usually, I could assume that the current lighting of the house will suffice. However, while other real

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April 2022 - Jean-Luc Andriot - Blog Post Image

We’re still in a seller’s market, but that doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell.1
If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your home before putting it on the market.

Start by connecting with a real estate agent as soon as possible. Having the eyes and ears of an insightful real estate professional on your side can help you boost your home’s appeal to buyers. What’s more, beginning the preparation process early allows you to tackle repairs and upgrades that can increase your property’s value.

Use the checklist below to figure out what other tasks you should complete in the months leading up to listing your home. While everyone’s situation is unique, these guidelines will help you make sure you’re ready

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