Wednesday, July 24, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
When you’re trying to move, there are a ton of reasons why having fewer things in your house will help you along the way. First, you’ll save money since you won’t have to pay to transport items you don’t need. You’ll also make your home look better overall, and that will have a positive impression on buyers and agents alike. But when you have kids, trying to purge your possessions feels like an uphill battle. Keep reading for tips on how to do it and keep your home clean in the process without putting your entire family on lock down.
Offsite storage is your friend
If it’s seasonal, it can live elsewhere for a while. Keep this in mind as you start looking for ways to clear each room, including the garage and closets. Make sure to have a stockpile of heavy-duty cardboard boxes on-hand (don’t forget to label the boxes), and then fill them with winter coats, holiday decorations, and toys the kids won’t use until the weather ...
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
The 29-story 17th Street apartment tower has been approved by Miami's Urban Development Review Board and new renderings of this project have now been released.Zyscovich Architects designers of many projects such as like Brooklyn, New York's DUMBO Heights, projects in Midtown Miami, Miami Beach’s Convention Center Redevelopment District and even the largest commercial airport in Bogota, Colombia. Having designed a full spectrum of projects, from transportation facilities and airports to K-12 schools and universities, mixed-use commercial and public-private partnership developments to multi-family residential high rises and master plans for cities. Zyscovich Architects will now be adding the 17th Street Tower as their new project, designing both the exterior and the interior of the tower.Developer NR Investments, which is led by principals Ron Gottesmann and Nir Shoshani, will build this project. In total, the tower will include 353,000 square feet of both commercial and r ...
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
Just revealed by developers, Natiivo, a 50-story tower is planned in downtown Miami.
It is the first project in Miami to be “powered by Airbnb,” with units designed for short term rentals in partnership with Airbnb. 25 percent of income will be charged by Natiivo for management, plus another 3% Airbnb listing fee.
Featuring 604 total units, with just above 400 privately owned condos to be sold and the remaining 200 units retained by the developer to rent as hotel rooms.
Prices will range from $300,000 to $1.2 million dollars.
Units that are developer owned will include robes, slippers, in-room laundry, and kitchens that can be stocked with local meal kits upon request. Fresh cut flowers and a dog walking service are also mentioned as features to guests and residents.
Check-in for patrons through Airbnb will be keyless through an app, making the process simple and also transparent for unit-owners to overview.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
When you have children, it can seem like every effort you make to clean is immediately undone. From toddler to teenager, most kids have a one-track mind that doesn’t lead them down a path toward organization. However, home organization is essential when you have your house on the real estate market, and for more reason than one. A clean house will:
- Sell faster
- Sell for more than a similar home that has not been tidied
- Reduce the chances of injury to potential buyers/visiting agents
- Reduce the possibility of having valuables stolen during the open house
- Make it easier to pack when the time comes
Scroll down for ways to ensure you can enjoy these benefits when the kids have other plans.
Invest in Services That Make Your Cleaning Routine Simple
There are two services all homebuyers should consider if their budget allows. These are house cleaning and home staging. House cleaning can be done once per week and scheduled for before your showin ...
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
Getting your kids ready to go back to school is a big job, and it affects everyone in the household. Changing schedules, buying supplies, making arrangements for open houses and signing up for clubs and sports…it’s enough to stress out even the most cool-headed parent. That’s why it’s important to have a plan in mind before summer ends. Getting organized and being prepared will save you a lot of worry and anxiety down the road, and it will make the entire process much easier on your kids.
The coming school year isn’t the only thing to focus on, however; there’s also the dying days of summer, when it’s important to help your kids make the most of their freedom before homework and after-school activities burn up their time. Taking a vacation or just heading someplace fun for a day or two will allow your family to bond before everyone goes their separate ways, and it will give your kids a chance to enjoy the last week or two of their b ...