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The housing experts say the market is “normalizing.” But what does that mean for the Palm Beaches? Will home prices in Palm Beach County and rents finally come down? Will more homes go up for sale? And what does the year ahead have in store for the real estate market?
“The nation’s housing market, after a wild surge that sent home prices up over 30 percent in some cities in 2021, will be less intense next year”, according to Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
The NAR 2022 housing forecast anticipates the market will continue slowing down from the frenzy seen in the spring when prices shot up to new heights. However, prices will stay high, inventory will remain tight, and mortgage rates will rise. Other…
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Interior decorators recommend this one tip for an instant update is to change up your “tablescape”. Looking for a quick and easy updating tip for entertaining in Palm Beach County or Martin County? Most people who are having guests over for an evening are generally having a dinner party. Try this is a quick fix. The tip is relatively inexpensive and easy to change the appearance of your dining room table. Select a seasonal table runner that is modern add with fresh placemats and/or chargers and your dinnerware takes on a new life.
Always pick up beautiful, fresh flowers that may well enhance the center of your table and add creative new vase, driftwood, and candles. Head over to the beach and collect beautiful shells, driftwood, gather…
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Made in the USA Day is celebrated on July 2 by shoppers and companies as a way of boosting sales for locally made products. The special day is observed just before Independence Day. July 4th patriotic feelings are at an all-time high, which makes “Made in the USA Day” on July 2nd a fantastic day.
Made in the USA Day encourages the manufacturing of goods in America and customers to choose to purchase goods made in the United States instead of those that are imported from elsewhere. The day also celebrates the companies and brands that manufacture their products in the United States, as well as offer work to Americans.
The “Made in the U.S.A.” label placed on products signify the country of origin as regulated by the Federal Trade Commission.…
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In the midst of the beautiful tropical island setting on Singer Island you will find one of the premiere arts and crafts shows of Palm Beach County. Enjoy a casual, fun filled evening as you browse through the unique arts and crafts. On Thursday evenings browse and see distinct silver and gold jewelry, wood sculptures, pottery, watercolors, blown glass and much, much more. There are 35 artists from as far away as Seattle, WA exhibiting their artistry and works.
There are plenty of activities to do on Singer Island, including world-class fishing, scuba diving, sunbathing with your favorite person or just a book, parasailing and more. The Sailfish Marina has a water taxi service that will take you to Peanut Island where you can snorkel and tour…
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With all the noise about coronavirus, flu, etc. its important that you keep yourself, family and the Palm Beach County community healthy. The most useful tip would be to remain calm and use common sense. The CDC and local health officials believe unless you are in a high-risk group, most people who do become infected with the virus will be fine.
There are some simple ways to bolster your immune system naturally. Your first defense is to strengthen your immune system. Keep in mind that sleep is imperative. Most people require 7 – 8 hours of sleep for it to be restorative sleep.
Find ways to de-stress and relax. Stress weakens your immune system and leaves your body subject to disease. Medical research shows that a deeply relaxed state from…
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Over 10,000 years ago Native American tribes began migrating into Florida. The tribes settling in modern-day Palm Beach Florida. Juan Ponce de León, who led a European expedition in 1613 discovered Florida. He was the first non-Native American recorded to land modern day Jupiter area.
Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County, Florida, and a fascinating community. It has been chiseled by it’s the abounding coastal culture and plentiful waterways.
Paddleboard with sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and catch a glimpse of a multitude of birds on any given day. Kayak or paddle your way through the mangrove estuaries and spot osprey, nesting pelicans, great blue heron, and a variety of other bird species. Take the opportunity go…
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Sailfish Point, 1648 SE Sailfish Point Blvd., Stuart is truly an exceptional country club and golfing community! Ranked 3rd of Residential Courses in South Florida and 47th Nationwide by Golf Week Magazine 2017. This 7,088-yard, par 72 course, stretches along ocean and river, it is 18 holes of a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Of the many private Florida golf club communities, Sailfish Point is truly a special lifestyle.
Water and wind are the distinctive aspects at Sailfish Point. This private course, originally designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1981, is surrounded by three bodies of water. The Atlantic Ocean, the St. Lucie Inlet and the Indian River are on three sides of the course. Each hole boasts stunning water views, which makes it both…
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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum has planned the 2nd Annual Maritime Festival “Sea Fest for Kid in Jupiter. This Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Plenty of oceanic themed fun, adventures and land based activities and demonstrations.
Enjoy a family day on the “waterfront with sea-inspired education & adventures for kids to celebrate the Jupiter’s areas coastal heritage and history. Meet a real Mermaid and a Pirate or two on their Pirate ship. An unforgettable day filled with history and maritime demonstrations, music, arts & crafts, food and a treasure of activities awaits your family.”
The daytime festival for families will feature energetic characters from Jupiter’s past, including Lighthouse Keepers, pioneers…
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