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Saturday, April 7, 2012
West Palm Beach, Florida - As the recession finally appears to be in the rearview mirror for some areas others are still sinking further. However the development has returned to Palm Beach County, as some sources are reporting. There were plenty of projects that were on hold or closed down dues to the old Community Reinvestment Act destroying the Real Estate market. One project that has restarted is the long-stalled Cannery Row development. The Developers on many projects ran out of funding or decided to wait as home prices fell to record lows.
Palm Beach County Real Estate Development News
The plan was for a townhouse development in Pineapple Grove at the site of an old shopping center. But prolific Palm Beach developer Ironwood Properties stalled the project in 2007, along with several others it had forged, as the recession hit. But now the Cannery Row plans are back from the dead, as a clubhouse and pool were already built on the site and the first of three townhouse buildings, each with four units, will be completed this spring.
Ironwood was inspired to build by what it saw to be growing confidence in the real estate market. That move has paid off as six Cannery Row homes, each asking about $600,000, are already sold. The Mortgage Lenders will have to feel comfortable to start lending again. We must realize that if forecast have homes dropping another 3% to 4%, Mortgage Lenders and Banks will have to be funding below LTV (Loan to values) of projected dips in price.
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Two developers have preliminary plans to build two condos in the county, one high-end one mid-tier, according to Premier Sales Group. Meanwhile, in the commercial sector, West Palm Beach-based McCraney Property Company was finally able to refinance its industrial portfolio and has found new tenants for 250,000 square feet of vacancies in its 2 million-square-foot portfolio.
Delray Beach and the Beautiful Atlantic Ocean
Cannery Row, set just north of Atlantic Avenue, is in the heart of Delray Beach’s Pineapple Grove and Bankers’ Row historic districts. The Pineapple Grove neighborhood is home to some of the finest shops, restaurants and galleries in Delray Beach. This area is a thriving arts and cultural center and full of excellent restaurants. Downtown Delray Beach’s mélange of history and energy provides the perfect setting for the elegant townhomes of Cannery Row.
Palm Beach County Retail Shopping Outlet Center Coming
The West Palm Beach area has news as the new owners are getting set to demolish the longstanding Palm Beach Mall. This was the first shopping mall in the Palm Beach County area and was the place to be during the 80's. Many West Palm Beach Residents were saddened to see the Palm Beach Mall slip away with crime and store closings. Rather than redevelop Palm Beach County’s oldest mall into a new outlet center, the partnership that bought the Palm Beach Mall in October has decided to demolish it and build a sparkling new facility.
Now, the $35.5 million New England Development, Eastern Real Estate and Lubert-Adler paid to buy the firm doesn’t seem like such a bargain price. Looking into the cost of planning, preparing and constructing the Palm Beach Fashion Outlets, as they will be known, likely brings the total price north of $100 million. New England Development Chairman Stephen Karp told the Post that he’d likely file plans with West Palm Beach in the next 90 days.
The developers are in talks with a whole host of retailers, and said that JC Penney, one of the two retailers that remain open at the mall, would likely get a new building. The new Retail Shopping Center Owners are in contact with over 100 net lease tenants right now. Currently some of them are in different stages of negotiations, some of them with lease requests at this point in time.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Seniors and Young Adults Will Influence U.S. Housing Markets
Aging baby boomers and their echo boomer children will significantly impact trends in the nation’s housing market over the next 20 years. In a new report released by the Bipartisan Policy Center, “Demographic Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Housing Markets,” researchers at the National Association of Realtors®, The Urban Institute, and the University of Southern California analyze key demographic trends and their likely influence on housing and homeownership in the United States.
The Baby Boomer Generation Welcomed in West Palm Beach Area
Over the next two decades, the aging baby boomer generation will swell the nation’s senior population by 30 million. That demographic shift will likely help increase the supply of housing, since people over age 65 typically release much more housing than they absorb.
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“The Northeast and Midwest are most likely to see a large number of older homeowners selling their homes to younger homeowners as the baby boomers age,” said NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. “This increased supply could mean additional buying opportunities for echo boomers. That generation will absorb 75-80 percent of the available inventory of owner-occupied housing by 2020.”
Palm Beach County Real Estate Is A Great Place for Young and Elderly Homeowners
The echo boom generation includes nearly 65 million people born between 1981 and 1995. NAR’s analysis illustrates the potential impact of economic and housing policy on this generation’s demand for housing as they come of age.
“Housing, jobs and the economy are inextricably connected,” said Yun. “A strong recovery with favorable housing market conditions would encourage substantial growth in echo boomer households, which would help absorb the current vacant inventory and stabilize conditions for residential construction.
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Under a reasonable ‘middle’ recovery scenario, approximately 12 million new households will be formed over the next decade, requiring construction of up to 15 million new housing units.”
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NAR President Moe Veissi noted that current market trends favor would-be homeowners of all ages. “As the supply of rental housing continues to fall, rents are increasing,” said Veissi, broker-owner of Veissi & Associates Inc., in Miami. “At the same time, affordability for homeowners is at a record high. For buyers who qualify and are ready to assume the responsibilities of owning a home, opportunity is knocking.”
West Palm Beach Homes and Palm Beach Island Condominiums
Anybody taking into consideration an investment in Florida Real Estate should take into account the south east portion of Palm Beach County. Specifically consider West Palm Beach Homes and Delray Beach Condominiums. It appears The People from the North are heading there. The West Palm Beach area has stunning weather, and the retail and restaurants sector is booming. There are plenty of sources for Florida Homeowners Insurance in the vicinity also.
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West Palm Beach and South Florida has homes and condos with tranquil views. Many are seated on a golf Course or situated near a course. West Palm Beach homes have suburbs with privacy, some with horse property and others with gorgeous waterfront views.
Monday, April 2, 2012
How Do Men, Women Make Home Buying Decisions?
West Palm Beach, Florida - While the price of a home and its square footage are important factors in judging a home, women and men also base their decision largely on how they “feel” and whether the home fits their lifestyle, according to a new survey conducted by Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
The survey of 1,000 men and women found that the sexes don’t differ too much when it comes to sizing up a home to buy.
Daily Florida Real Estate News
For more than a quarter of home buyers, the home’s “feeling” has to be just right to make them want to buy. Twenty-eight percent of women and 25 percent of men put more emphasis on their feelings about a home than they do the square footage, price, or even the layout, according to the survey.
Multiple Visits For West Palm Beach Home Buyers
The survey also found that it doesn’t take multiple visits to a home to know if a home is right for them. Sixty-two percent of women and sixty-one percent of men knew within the first visit if a home was the right one.
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“A home is more than square-footage and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and this survey shows just how much emotion can play a role in home buying process,” says Jessica Edwards, Coldwell Banker Real Estate consumer specialist. “When two people are looking for a home together, there are many considerations to take into account. Of course, price and layout matter, but ‘feeling at home’ is an important factor.”
Friday, March 30, 2012
Florida Consumer Confidence - March 2012
Consumer confidence among Floridians fell two points in March to 74. Among the five components making up the index two increased and three decreased. Personal finances now compared to a year ago increased three points to 62, a post-recession high. Expectations of personal finances a year from now increased one point to 82. Expectations of U.S. economic conditions over the next year declined one point to 73 while expectations of U.S. economic conditions over the next five years fell six points to 75. Perceptions as to whether it is a good time to buy big ticket items fell four points to 79.
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“The patter of consumer confidence from December to February was exactly the same as last year,” said Chris McCarty, the Survey Director. “In March 2011 confidence among Floridians fell four points to 72, then kept falling through August coinciding with a pullback in spending among Floridians. This month the decline was only two points, but still down. While the context this month is different than last year with the absence of the Japanese earthquake and Arab Spring, other factors are increasingly likely to lead to a similar result.”
How Florida's taxes compare to other states
Tax season is upon us, not exactly the happiest time of year. If it helps, maybe just a little, many of you will only have to work a couple of more weeks before you hit Tax Freedom Day. That's right, the average Floridian worked until April 11 last year to pay off all federal, state and local taxes.
The rest of the year was money in their pocket, at least according to the Tax Foundation. Florida was the 16th state to celebrate tax freedom last year. Mississippi was first (March 26) and Connecticut was last (May 2). How does Florida compare in some other tax measures?
42 Florida's rank on the list for state tax collections with $1,680 per capita. Alaska was highest with $6,395, and South Carolina lowest with $1,475. (2010 data)
5th Florida's rank on the list of most favorable tax climates for business in 2012. Wyoming was most favorable, New Jersey least favorable.
Florida's tax on gasoline per gallon, 10th highest. New York was highest, with 49 cents per gallon, and Alaska the lowest with 8 cents.
Florida's tax on beer per gallon, eighth highest. Wyoming was the lowest at 2 cents, and Alaska the highest at $1.05 (as of Sept. 1).
Florida's state and local cellphone tax rate, fourth highest. Nebraska was the highest at 18.64 percent, and Oregon the lowest at 1.81 percent (as of July 1, 2010).
$2,155 Florida state debt per capita, ranking it No. 41. Massachusetts was highest, owing $11,310 per capita, more than 12 times higher than the $922 average in lowest ranked Tennessee (fiscal year 2009).
Thursday, September 1, 2011
West Palm Beach, Florida - Our West Palm Beach Homes site has information on Social Networking and Real Estate. We many West Palm Beach Residents are progressively more switching to the Internet to search out information and facts on West Palm Beach Homes and real estate. The West Palm Beach Homes site has seen that since 2008, approximately 83% of West Palm Beach Florida home buyers have made use of the Internet to guide them for their West Palm Beach Homes search.
Aside from utilizing the Internet to check out West Palm Beach Homes, we see that West Palm Beach residents are using the Internet to find West Palm Beach real estate specialists. The West Palm Beach Homes site sees this as a reason of why it is highly recommended for West Palm Beach real estate agents to plan proactive measures to market themselves online for West Pam Beach Home Buyers and Sellers. Also many Companies like Cheap Car Insurance Quotes use social networking for Car Insurance.
Our West Palm Beach Homes site wants to show our appreciation the social networking websites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and one our favorites Twitter. The West Palm Beach Homes sites suggest that this is a reasonable process for all Florida Real Estate Brokers and Agents to identify a beneficial presence online for their future. Therefor West Palm Beach real estate brokers and agents will have additional chance to sell West palm Beach Homes, make money on your commissions, and, most importantly, you can help your Florida Buyers and Sellers realize their Florida real estate objectives.
Yes, the West Palm beach Homes site see social networking is becoming a great deal larger: We saw reports that about Half of all West Palm beach Residents now say that they often use a social networking site. The West Palm Beach Homes site remembers that nearly seven years ago, only about 4 or 5% of West Palm Beach Residents adults reported using social networking sites.
The West Palm Beach Homes site does remind people in Florida that some social networking sites have their ups and downs. We recall when MySpace was so huge yet today Facebook and twitter dominate the social networking market.
The West Palm Beach Homes site saw a recent report that showed Women between the ages of 18 to 29 are the known as “power users” of social networking sites. We are not surprised as we see so many West Palm Beach Women using social networking sites every day. Just about 89% of Florida Women in that age group use social networking sites, with at least 69% do state that they take advantage of social networking sites such as twitter on a daily basis. It is definitely seen that some West Palm Beach residents are addicted to social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook.
Even though the West Palm Beach Homes site realizes that social networking has flourished over most recent years, the Internet is still used for the majority of time with email services and online searches. The West Palm Beach Homes site sees that about 62% of West Palm Beach Florida residents have stated that they proceeded to go online every day to check their email, nearly 59% for searching on sites like Google, Yahoo and Bing.