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How to Design a Warm, Welcoming Contemporary Bathroom (27 photos)

Does your bathroom feel a little too chilly? A little dated? Somewhere between modern minimalist masterpieces and cozy country design we find the popular style of contemporary bathroom that manages to feel cool and up-to-date but also warm and welcoming. To achieve this careful balance of seemingly disparate…   For more ideas and details, visit Houzz at here


Let Holiday Gatherings Inspire Your Kitchen Remodel

If you’re considering a kitchen remodel, the holidays can be a great time to think about the features you’d like to include. With parties and family gatherings happening more frequently this month, people may be filling your kitchen. As they do, we encourage you to pay attention to what’s working in your… For more ideas and details, visit Houzz here


Deerfield Beach is getting busy with possible apartment and retail project. 

Ram Realty Services just closed on the purchase of a site and construction financing for a mixed-use project in Deerfield Beach, property records show. Ram affiliate RRPIV Deerfield Station LLC paid $6.6 million for the 8-acre property on West Hillsboro Boulevard and Southwest 12th Avenue. The developer also closed on a $29.3 million loan for the property. IberiaBank is the lender, records show. Michael Harstad, vice president of construction for the company, said Ram plans to break ground on Deerfield Station, a 200-unit apartment complex with 9,100 square feet of retail space, in the first quarter of next year. It would be completed in the second quarter of 2019. Records show PNC Bank affiliate Bancshares Realty LLC sold the development site to Ram. The property, ...

Calling First Time Home Buyers! Here’s 9 grants and programs to help secure a first home

80% of millennial renters want to buy a home, yet most say they can’t afford it. However, there are ways to get around that problem with grants and special programs to make easier for first time buyers in purchasing a new home or condo.  Besides people who have never purchased a real estate property in their lifetime, a first time buyer is also considered one who hasn’t bought or owned a property for the past two years. So you could have previously bought a property a long time ago in your life and sold it, but haven’t owned real estate in the past several years. You could be renting now too. So these special programs are for you too. For more details, visit Florida Realtors® ...