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Pinecrest

Recognized as one of the most beautiful residential areas in South Florida, the Village of Pinecrest was incorporated in 1996. It is conveniently located just 20 minutes south of Downtown Miami and the Miami International Airport. Within its 8 square miles, Pinecrest lists its resident count at 19,460. Residents and visitors of Pinecrest will find the neighborhood is full of unique shops, markets, a plethora of dining options, several recreational areas, and pedestrian friendly walkways.

Pinecrest has actively involved itself with not only beautifying its community through the addition of new parks and recreational areas, but also by striving to provide its residents with luxuries not found in every neighborhood. Pinecrest further distinguishes its community with the addition of technological and communication advances, such as the incorporation of free Wi-Fi spots, at both Suniland Park and Evelyn Greer Park. Pinecrest even has its own radio station, WQFS 1590 AM, to keep residents updated on such topics as upcoming events, notice of future meetings, and up-to-date information in emergency situations. In addition, Pinecrest seeks to further its development when it opens the 15,000 square-foot Pinecrest Branch Library in 2008.


Miami Luxury Real Estate First Bitcoin to Bitcoin Sale

In the High Pines area of Miami, the first luxury real estate bitcoin to bitcoin sale has taken place. The seller, Michael Komaransky, asked his real estate agent to include bitcoin as an accepted method of payment for the multi-million dollar property. Both the seller and the buyer are early bitcoin investors. The property sold for 455 bitcoin which was supposedly worth $6M at the time of contract. Closing took place on February 2nd. I checked the price of bitcoin yesterday ($7,652.02) and today (up at $8,519.34) and it appears those same 455 bitcoin are worth less than $4M today. OUCH to the seller. It seems the buyer bought at a great time.

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How to Get a Playground Built in Your Neighborhood

Love your home but wish the neighborhood offered more for kids? You can spearhead efforts to build a new playground that children will love and homebuyers will desire. Read the rest of this entry »

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Home Inventory: Value Your Possessions After a Loss

Despite your best intentions, you never got around to creating a home inventory, a detailed list of your belongings, for insurance purposes. Now that you’ve suffered a theft or casualty loss, you’re kicking yourself. All isn’t lost: There are strategies you can use to approximate a home inventory after the fact and assign value to your damaged or destroyed possessions. Read the rest of this entry »

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Green Clean Your Refrigerator 3 Cool Ways

We all love the look of stainless steel refrigerators–until they’re plastered with greasy, grimy fingerprints. Inside, the problem is less about shine than it is about fragrance, namely foul food odors that linger long after the food is gone. And then there are the sticky shelves. Fortunately, you can green clean your refrigerator safely and effectively using environmentally safe cleaning products you make yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

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Master Suite Addition: Top Features

Options for a master suite addition are limitless. Your budget, not so much. Indulge yourself, express yourself, but control yourself, too. Here is your guide to the master suite features that matter most. Read the rest of this entry »

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Boost Your Neighborhood’s Walkability

The more walkable your neighborhood, the more valuable your home, studies say. To boost your neighborhood’s walkability — how quickly and comfortably you can walk to stores, schools, restaurants, offices, and parks — you can either get more close-by amenities, or make it easier to walk to what you’ve got. Read the rest of this entry »

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