Finding a Retirement or Second Home in Valencia Cove or Valencia Reserve

Finding a Retirement or Second Home in Boynton Beach FL Your Life Style Awaits!  What are you waiting for ? South East Florida Living is desirable in many ways.  Boynton Beach has some of the newest Retirement or Second Home Communities in the State When it comes to finding a Boynton Beach Retirement Home or Second Home, you have many options.  Probably the most well-known builder in South Florida is GL Homes.  In today’s market, GL Homes can’t build their Adult 55+ Communities fast enough.  In West Boynton Beach, they’ve built all of the Valencia communities, including Valencia Isles, Valencia Springs, Valencia Reserve and will soon break ground on Valencia Cove.  Many seniors and retirees enjoy the Adult 55+ lifestyle provided by Valencia Reserve and the soon to open Valencia Cove.  Check out what Boynton Beach has to offer and contact Todd Kevitch at 561-400-9376 to help you in your search for either a new construction or resale home in Valencia Reserve or Valencia Cove. When it comes to Retirement Communities, Boynton Beach has many things to offer including: Active Communities with Social Calendars Resort Style Living Luxury Amenities Championship Golf Communities nearby Tennis courts Galore 350 days of Sunshine pet friendly Condos Oceanfront and Intracoastal Condos Guard gated Single Family Homes, Villas and Townhomes homes with boat docks Short drive to the Beach Whether you are looking for new construction in Valencia Reserve or Valencia Grove or a resale in Valencia Isles or Valencia Springs, Todd Kevitch can help you in your search.  Todd lives in West Boynton Beach with his family and is familiar with all of...

Current Market Trends for Boynton Beach

Current Market Trends for Boynton Beach The Average Listing Price of Homes for Sale in Boynton Beach is currently on the rise again due to the limited inventory and greater demand. Contact Todd Kevitch for more info on available Boynton Beach Homes for Sale and all your Boynton Beach Real Estate needs. Boynton Beach Homes For Sale Boynton Beach Homes For Sale, Boynton Beach Real Estate, Boynton Beach Homes Sales, Current Market Trends for Boynton Beach Contact Todd Kevitch for more info on Boynton Beach Homes for Sale and Boynton Beach Real...

BPO Realty HousingTrends Newsletter For December, 2012

BPO Realty LLC DECEMBER – 2012 Newsletter Housing Trends eNewsletter for Boynton Beach Florida and surrounding areas Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. The Housing Trends eNewsletter contains the latest information from the National Association of REALTORS®, the U.S. Census Bureau and Realtor.org reports, videos, key market indicators and real estate sales statistics, a video message by a nationally recognized economist, maps, mortgage rates and calculators, consumer articles, plus local neighborhood information and more. Please click here to view the DECEMBER – 2012 Newsletter Housing Trends eNewsletter. If you are interested in determining the value of your home, click the Home Evaluator link for a free evaluation...

Related Group affiliate buys loan on troubled Boynton Beach condo

Boynton Beach Real Estate News – Related Group affiliate buys loan on troubled Boynton Beach condo.   Related Group affiliate buys loan on troubled Boynton Beach condo Taylor Jones   Promenade condominium in Boynton Beach   By Alexandra Clough Palm Beach Post Staff Writer The Related Group of Miami now is in control of the construction loan backing the troubled Promenade condominium, the Boynton Beach property that has come to symbolize the condo real estate bust in Palm Beach County. An affiliate of the prominent Miami-based developer on Dec. 5 purchased the property’s $122 million note from a group led by Wells Fargo Bank, according to records filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. Real estate sources say Related paid less than half the value of the construction loan. A foreclosure auction for 323 unsold condo units is set for Thursday . However, no other bidders are expected to top the $122 million loan amount, so the property likely will remain in Related’s hands, the sources said. Related is expected to take title to the property Thursday from developer Boynton Waterways Investment Associates in what sources describe as a “friendly foreclosure.” The construction loan’s sale puts Related in charge of the mammoth condo and frees the property from the uncertainty that has surrounded the Promenade since its inception. “Having (Related) going into it will make a marked improvement (of the condo) when it comes to the perception of future buyers,” said Jack McCabe, chief executive of McCabe Research & Consulting in Deerfield Beach. The Promenade, which began construction in 2007, once was heralded as the start of a major building...

EB5 Visa for Palm Beach County Green Card

EB5 Visa Fifth Preference: The Employment Creation Green Card The fifth preference employment-based green card is the investor’s green card. Up to 10,000 immigrant visas each year are reserved for immigrant investors who invest a minimum of $1,000,000 in a United States business ($500,000 for businesses located in “targeted employment areas”). This visa is also known as the “employment creation visa,” because it requires a showing that the business will create or save at least ten jobs in the United States. Family members of the immigrant investor may be employed in the enterprise, but their jobs may not be counted toward the ten job requirement. To qualify as an immigrant investor, the foreign national must invest in a new commercial enterprise. This can be done by starting a new business, or by expanding and substantially changing the net worth of a business, or increasing the number of workers by 40%. The investment must be in a for profit enterprise of any type of structure (partnership, holding company, sole proprietorship, corporation, joint venture, or any other type of entity, publicly or privately held). A “targeted employment area” is a region that fits the U.S. Census definition of “rural” or has an unemployment rate at least 150% of the national average.  There are a few areas in South Florida set up as targeted employment areas. There are some geographic areas that have been designated by the Department of Homeland Security to be “Regional Centers.” These areas have been accepted by DHS for investors in certain types of businesses, and the “job creation” element has been pre-certified. In these Regional Centers, an investor need...