11903 Myrtle Oak Court | Sun Terrace at The Oaks Homes For Sale

February 15th, 2016

Charming, bright, and sunny 2BR/2BA townhome located in the desirable Sun Terrace at The Oaks community in Palm Beach Gardens. With its soaring, vaulted ceilings, sought-after open floorplan, sliding-glass doors in every room, shiny wood-laminate flooring, and oversized screened-in patio, this is the perfect spot to live a quiet, carefree Florida lifestyle.

11903 Myrtle Oak Court - Sun Terrace The Oaks

11903 Myrtle Oak Court – Sun Terrace The Oaks

11903 Myrtle Oak Court - Sun Terrace The Oaks

11903 Myrtle Oak Court – Sun Terrace The Oaks

11903 Myrtle Oak Court - Sun Terrace The Oaks - Community Lake

11903 Myrtle Oak Court – Sun Terrace The Oaks – Community Lake

 

 

 


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11903 Myrtle Oak Court | Sun Terrace at The Oaks Homes For Sale

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Palm Beach Post | Residences Ad | 2-14-16

February 14th, 2016
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Open Houses Tomorrow in Bay Hill Estates, BallenIsles, Ibis Golf & Country Club, PGA National & Jupiter in The Pines

February 13th, 2016

Open Houses Tomorrow in Bay Hill Estates, BallenIsles, Ibis Golf & Country ClubPGA National & Jupiter in The Pines


Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
11960 Torreyanna Circle in Bay Hill Estates
Jeff’s Famous Cookies Will Be Served!

The Torreyanna House, named after the beautiful and rare pine tree species, is situated on a full, 1-acre lot overlooking the 18th hole of the PGA National Estates golf course, where membership is optional. Located in the southernmost end of Bay Hill Estates, its location gives the occupants a peaceful, unhurried, serene setting in a fine, upscale, gated neighborhood. Over 4,000 square feet of living is built around the private scenery, giving the feeling of the outdoors in the house. There are 4 bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms, a library, a media room, and fabulous upgrades and remodels throughout including built-in closets in each room, surround sound throughout the house, central vacuum, accordion hurricane protection, and a 3-car, side-entry garage with built-in cabinetry.
Offered at $899,940.
Contact Jill for gate access: (561) 413-8780

Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
119 San Marco Drive in BallenIsles
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A classic Mediterranean masterpiece awaiting your final touches! This grand, 2-story, 4BR/4BA home, centrally located in the San Marco community of the BallenIsles Golf & Country Club development, offers spectacular golf course views with all the security and privacy of an estate home. An open floorplan and large, 2-story windows matched with volume ceilings bring the glow of the sun throughout this home. Contemporary additions and upgrades make this a classic-styled home with all the modern amenities for contemporary living and entertaining. This home can truly be your castle, with modern storm and safety features that protect your family and add year-round comfort.
Offered at $750,000.
Contact Carrina for more gate access: (561) 406-3343

Sunday, February 14th from 2-4pm
8794 Lakes Boulevard in Ibis Golf & Country Club
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The ultimate in design-inspired living! As you step through the double doors into this Ecclestone “Pineford” great-room model in Ibis Golf & Country Club, your eye immediately catches the tropical setting of the expansive pool and wraparound screened lanai area. This 4BR/4BA home has it all! 12- and 14-foot ceilings throughout, Saturnia flooring in the main living areas, granite counters in the kitchen, frameless shower doors in the bathrooms, wood flooring in the master bedroom and the study, numerous architectural ceiling treatments, built-in granite-topped summer kitchen, high-end stereo speakers throughout the home, and more.
Offered at $622,000.
Contact Sally for gate access: (561) 379-4241

Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
120 Monterey Pointe Drive in Monterey Pointe at PGA National
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Amazing views of the 17th fairway, an open, great-room style floorplan, and extended ceilings make this home a golfer’s paradise. Brightly lit throughout with 12-foot ceilings, neutral tones, and oversized windows, this 3BR/2BA in the heart of PGA National epitomizes Florida living.
Offered at $425,000.
Contact Jeff for gate access: (561) 346-8383

Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
124 Spyglass Way in Monterey Pointe at PGA National
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The amazingly high ceilings, white tile, and light walls create a beautifully bright space within this magnificent townhome that feels like a single-family home. With a master suite on the first floor, as well the second, there is plenty of room for overnight company. The kitchen is open to the dining room and the outside patio, with large sliders that brighten the home with sunlight.
Offered at $375,000.
Contact Will for gate access: (561) 602-7373

Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
17 Admirals Court in Bristol Club at PGA National
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Spectacular golf and water views from this charming, updated, 3BR home in a private pristine setting in Bristol Club. Located on the 5th fairway of the Palmer Course, enjoy the beauty of golf course living. Fully furnished and immaculately kept, this home is ready for its new family. The volume ceilings and widows galore allow the sun’s natural rays to illuminate throughout the home. Beautifully decorated with style and a touch of class, each room has its own design. Enjoy Florida’s weather year round in the fabulous outdoor living area, which is screened in and covered, with a portion being uncovered for the sun lover.
Offered at $325,000.
Contact Jamie for further information: (561) 383-0206

Sunday, February 14th from 12-3pm
328 Leigh Road in Jupiter in The Pines
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Live just minutes from the beach, inlet, and Intracoastal in this bright and sunny, spacious home located on a quiet street in the much sought-after Village of Tequesta. This charming 2BR/2BA home has been beautifully updated with newer ceramic tile flooring throughout, spacious kitchen cabinets with crown molding, like-new stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and updated light fixtures. Its large windows let in plenty of light throughout the entire home and its light colors and plantation ceiling fans add to its airy feel. The huge Florida room along with the green backyard featuring large fruit trees is perfect for anyone looking for a true south Florida home. Be close to fine dining, scenic natural areas, great entertainment, award wining beaches, and A-rated Jupiter schools.
Offered at $274,990.
Contact Blake for further information: (561) 409-7282

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7100 FAIRWAY DRIVE, SUITE 44
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 33418

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As-Is Contracts | JeffTV

February 12th, 2016

In a housing sale in Florida, an As-Is Contract is used about 90% of the time. There’s another contract that is used other than the As-Is which we’ll discuss in a different segment, but the As-Is contract is the most common use of a contract. Sellers think it’s great when they hear As-Is because they think it means they don’t have to do anything; and in other states that may be the case, but in Florida, the As-Is contract really favors the Buyer. The reason it favors the Buyer is because of the clause that’s written in there stating that the Buyer and Seller have to agree upon an inspection period. The inspection period is typically 10 days, although the standard is 15 days.

The clause in the contract reads:

“If Buyer determines, in Buyer’s sole discretion, that the Property is not acceptable to Buyer, Buyer may terminate this Contract by delivering written notice of such election to Seller prior to expiration of Inspection Period. If Buyer timely terminates this Contract, the Deposit paid shall be returned to Buyer, thereupon, Buyer and Seller shall be released of all further obligations under this Contract”.

The key words in there are ‘sole discretion’. What this means is that the Buyer can go out and write 100 contracts tomorrow, full price offers on homes, have all 100 accepted, and just give notice the next day that they’re canceling, as long as it’s within that agreed upon 10-or 15-day period. The Buyer is out and it’s just at their sole discretion. There is nothing the Seller can do at this point, so the Buyer’s deposit is refunded and the Buyer is out of the contract. They can put one home under contract and if another home they like better becomes available, they can cancel the contract and buy the other home. They also can try to renegotiate the contract during that time if they find results that are not so satisfactory in the inspection. So if you’re a Buyer, we normally recommend writing up an As-Is contract and using it, and if you’re a Seller, just be aware of what the contract entails. What we do try to do on the selling side is to limit the period down closer to 7 days if we can, because the less the period, the less the chance that the deal is going to fall apart.

AS-IS Contract

AS-IS Contract

AS-IS Contract

AS-IS Contract

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Time of Acceptance on Contracts | JeffTV

February 9th, 2016

What is a good time of acceptance to put down on contracts? Most people put down 2 days, but we never put down 2 days. We typically like to put down the same day if the offer is written in the morning, or if it’s late in the evening, we’ll put down 12:00 noon the next day. The reason a Buyer would want to do a tight time of acceptance on a contract is that the more time that is allotted, the more you’ll be inviting other offers to come in, which means more competition. People can typically make a decision in the time that’s allotted to them. So when you’re writing an offer and you’re on the buy side, make your time of acceptance very tight and get your deals done so that you don’t have that extra competition.

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