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Dear potential Client,


We strive to keep you informed about the latest developments and opportunities in our market. We take great pride in keeping you up-to-date. In addition we offer one-on-one sessions FREE at no cost to you. When we meet on the phone, via video conference or in person, we will share many more insights into our latest activities, including market overviews, trend analytics and market intelligence usually not easily available.

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Michael Turwitt


03/01/2019 - onlocation - The Turwitt Team Newsletter for Home Buyers
In this Issue you learn the 3 ways to buy a home for less money. Be smart and save thousands.

Other interesting stories,... "How To Buy a Home With Little or No Money Down",... and "The Pros and Cons of New Construction" and much more. Don't miss this monthly Insight into the current real estate market.


11/30/2018 - HomeTalk - The Turwitt Team Newsletter for Home Owners Issue 11/2018
In this Issue you learn how to get your home ready to sell, 7 costly homeseller mistakes, living by values and catch 22.

Other interesting stories,... "The Local Housing Market",... and "Five Surprising Factors that affect Home Vaklues" and much more. Don't miss this monthly home owner publication.


11/30/2018 - onlocation - The Turwitt Team Newsletter for Home Buyers
In this Issue you learn how to avoid 6 costly errors when moving to a larger home and save thousands.

Other interesting stories,... "Renters, don't waste another Cent",... and "How to beat out other Buyers" and much more. Don't miss this monthly Insight into the current real estate market.

03/07/2018 - Miami's Real Estate Market is so strong that Homes are selling for Near-Asking Price
The local real estate market is in good shape, according to a report by the Miami Association of Realtors. January and February saw an increase in the sale of condominiums, single family homes and luxury properties valued at $1 million or more. Buyers are starting to explore options like North East Florida.


St. Augustine, March 7th 2018 - Sales of residential properties in Miami-Dade rose by 5.1%, from 1,731 to 1,820, from January 2017 to January 2018. That represented $791.3 million in sales in the first month of 2018, $89 million more than in January 2017. The number does not include multimillion-dollar properties. 


Miami properties sold for pretty close to asking price. Another good sign: Homes are selling quickly. On average, a single-family home goes under contract 47 days after it is listed for sale, compared to 61 days last year. Closing the deals took an average of 98 days, a sharp drop from January 2017, when it took an average of 113 days. Selling an apartment takes a little bit more time, 123 days. But the average wait for a contract is 75 days, 10 days less than what it took last year.

The shortage of properties on sale partially determines the prices and speed of the sales. In January 2017, 6,590 single family homes were for sale, compared to 6,255 this January....

03/03/2018 - Ponte Vedra Beach Development Set To Begin Construction In March
A new community of 23 estate-size homesites is going up in Ponte Vedra Beach. The property is situated on approximately 17 acres on the west side of Ponte Vedra Boulevard, north of Mickler Beachfront Park and Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve.

St. Augustine, Feb. 3rd 2018 (by The St. Augustine Record) - EvenTide’s homesites range in size from approximately a third of an acre to more than one acre. Construction is set to begin in March with home and home-site package prices starting at $1.3 million. The community will offer home buyers an opportunity to build luxury homes with private beach access and sunset views of the Guana River. 


The land, known as the “Stockton Property,” has long been used for agricultural purposes. The development, originally called the Ponte Vedra Beach Preserve and now being marketed as EvenTide, has been embroiled in controversy since a legal dispute in 2011 led to a 2013 ruling by Judge Michael Traynor that an easement agreement was still valid and future landowners in the area would be allowed to use a path to access the beach. The ruling was upheld on appeal.....

11/12/2017 - Buyer & Seller Anonymity, Often Desired And On The Rise
An increasing amount of home buyers and sellers want to quietly buy or sell a home, keeping their name confidential.

St. Augustine, Nov. 12th 2017 - Celebrity house-hunting is tracked obsessively by paparazzi and other nosy individuals. The rumor mill never stops, and the public may get hours of fun following the home-buying activities of boldface names. Consequently, the goal of many wealthy people, famous or infamous, is to get the deal done in private. 


Confidentiality agreements with real estate practitioners are the norm, and it is not unusual to take high-profile clients to tour properties in the middle of the night and employing code language in e-mails and other written communication. Clients are increasingly using the cover of limited liability companies, trusts, or other forms of legal entities to buy property anonymously. 


There are several reasons someone would want to buy a home or luxury condo this way. One reason, obviously, is anonymity. But in other cases, it is for investment purposes.....


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