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Nov. 13, 2018

Experienced Listing Agent for Miami and Miami Beach

Miami Beach Realtor"Kenny is a no-nonsense pro who will sell your property with the maximum of haste and the minimum of fuss. He was the very first estate agent who got in touch when I put a general ad online. When we met up he was courteous and efficient and went out of his way to ascertain my needs as a potential client. I needed to get the property sold as soon as possible and as soon as interest was shown, Kenny was highly attentive to the potential buyers through forming an immediate relationship and rapport with their agents.

The property was on the market only a few days before a suitable offer came along. You just can't ask for more from a realtor." Irvine W.


This right here. This is why I love doing what I do. I don't just do this for a job, I am highly passionate about real estate, especially in the Miami, Miami Beach, and Brickell areas. When it comes to selling a property, I am a no-nonsense type of Realtor that will get in, price your home correctly, be honest with you on how to sell, and get it sold as quickly as possible for as much money in your pocket as the market can bear.

Here's what to expect when you meet with me.

We will talk about comparable properties in the area. I not only look at what has sold recently, but what's currently on the market and what's pending. There are three different types of comparable properties to look at; those that of recently sold within the last six months, those currently on the market but have not had an offer yet, and those with the pending status, meaning the seller has accepted an offer and it's in the process of closing. Although we cannot see the accepted offer price in a pending transaction, we can look at what is being listed and what have sold. We can also get a good idea of what is being listed to the percentage of being sold. Meaning that if the property listed for $900,000 and it sold for $850,000, there is a 99% list to sale ratio. This is great news because we know that when we list at a certain price, chances are we will get extremely close to that price.

We will also talk about the risks of underpricing a property in order to create more of a feeding frenzy on the multiple offer standpoint. This may or may not work in your case. Because I know the individual neighborhoods around Miami we can make these calculated moves in order to get you the best price possible without giving away the home.

I also want to know your goals and expectations out of the home selling process. What's the number you need to walk away with? What's your bottom line? Are you underwater? All of these questions help a two discover the best possible price range, where to start, and how to appeal to your buyers.

Buyers differ all over the Miami area from Little Havana to Miami Beach so depending on where the property sits, we will market differently to different demographics. Higher in condominium buyers tend to have their own buyers agents ahead of time, and my connections with those agents will help get more eyes on your condo quicker. Perhaps it's an estate out in Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, those buyers are looking for something different than a condo buyer on Brickell.

When it comes to listing your property you need experience, education, and a tough negotiator. Let me guide you through the home selling process to get the right offer on the table, money in your pocket, and an easy and swift move for you and your family.

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Nov. 6, 2018

Have Natural Stone in Your Home? Consider Sealing it

Many of the newest Miami and Brickell condos have beautiful natural stone but most people don't know how to properly care for this type of material. Whether you are planning to sell your home or condo and are fixing it up, or just plan on updating your home, care of natural stone is a must. Have Natural Stone in Your Home? Consider Sealing it

Natural stone is a gorgeous, durable, and long-lasting finish in many different areas of the home. Natural stone is often used in areas of the home that see the most use including floor tiles, bathroom vanities, kitchen counters, and shower and tub tiles. Each of these areas comes in contact with a myriad of substances from water, to cosmetics, to soaps, and food. Due to a large amount of use, it is best to apply a protective sealer to natural stone to keep it in its best shape and prevent staining.

Even more important than sealing your stone is making sure you have the right type of sealer for your specific stone. The deciding factors in which type of sealer you need for your stone depends on the location, use, and type of stone. A professional cleaner can help you to decide on the type of sealer and application.

Misconceptions about Stone Sealers

After applying a sealer many stone owners believe they have applied a cure-all shield of protection that will prevent any and all damage to their stone. While sealers do provide a layer of protection and are important they do not completely prevent all possible damage. Even with the protection of a sealer, the stone is still susceptible to acidic items, scratches, dulling, damage from traffic patterns, etching, and other damage. Sealers also do not make stone stain proof, rather they make your stone stain resistant. It is still important to stick to a cleaning and care routine with a pH neutral cleaner and routine professional cleanings, re-finishing, and re-sealing.

So what exactly does a stone sealer provide? It provides a protective layer that keeps substances like cosmetics, soaps, food, juice, water, etc. on the surface of the stone a little bit longer to give you time to clean these substances away before they sink below the surface and stain the stone or require more expensive measures to try and repair. It may seem like sealers don’t provide much, but with everyday life and use you will be very glad the sealer is there providing the extra layer of care.

Ideally, a sealer should be applied by a professional at least once a year after a professional cleaning. Over time a sealer wears away and so does its protective power.

Planning on selling? Give me a call to find out exactly what you should repair or replace and what can be ignored.

Posted in Selling
Oct. 10, 2018

Want to Sell Your House? Stay Away From This Design Trend

If you're interested in selling your home in Miami you're probably looking at price, the right real estate agent, how to list and market your home as well as setting up your home to be attractive to the majority of homebuyers. But many sellers are making serious mistakes when it comes to accessorizing and designing their home for today's buyers.

Design Trends to stay away from

Adapted from a recent article in MSN Money, here are five design trends that home sellers should stay away from if they want to attract the right buyer.

#1. Bold colors.

Red painted kitchens, lime green bathrooms or bright pink or blue bedrooms really turn off the buyer but the good news is there one of the easiest and cheapest things to fix. A simple neutral tone can work wonders. Whites and grays are a popular choice nowadays.

#2. Open floor plan bathrooms.

Now before you think this is a crazy idea, many brand-new homes are making this a trend with is an open master tub in the master bedroom. This literally means you could be laying in bed watching TV while your partner is in the bathtub right next to you. This trend really should go away. This can be an expensive thing to fix but there should be some separation between the bathroom and the bedroom.

#3. Converted rooms.

Buyers want to see a room as it was originally intended. This means that if you have turned a bedroom into a yoga studio or an exercise room it should be turned back into a bedroom door, turned into an office. An office is a great option for those extra bedrooms that your home may have.

#4. Wall-to-wall carpeting.

Wall-to-wall carpeting might've been great in the 70s and 80s but today, especially in Miami, buyers are looking for cool floors in either the form of hardwoods or tile. It's fine to have carpet in the bedrooms as it's warm and comforting but in the living room, kitchen and dining room, a smooth, cool floor is what buyers desire.

#5. Shiny hardware.

The shiny brass, chrome, and metallic finishes are out. Even though a lot of people are seeing these make a trend, I'm noticing that buyers do not like them at all. It's the brushed brass, polished and brushed nickel and other patina or distressed finishes that the buyers are really looking for.

Every home is different and there's usually something that each home can benefit from by making a small change or upgrade. If you're looking to sell your Miami, Miami Beach or Brickell home contact my office today about the value and how we can get it sold quickly in today's market.

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Oct. 2, 2018

What is Luxury Real Estate?

There are dozens of different features and amenities that go into creating the perfect luxury home. One of the most common requirements among buyers is curb appeal. While the inside of the home may be impeccable, nobody wants his or her home to look plain or rundown from the outside when the inside is jaw-dropping. Everything from the curb appeal to the kitchen sink should meet and exceed all your expectations when purchasing a luxury home. There are a few different key points that make a house, a luxury listing.What is Luxury Real Estate?

While we may think luxury real estate is simply the listing(s) of mansions with acreage, that isn’t always the case. With today’s market, often luxury homes are getting smaller. Small yards and lots are easier to maintain and upkeep which is a common need among homebuyers. With smaller lots available, this often means that luxury homes are becoming multi-level with different features and sometimes even different designs on each level. Whether you like your home to flow together as one cohesive piece or like each room to be a stand-alone jaw-dropper, the multi-level homes that are becoming our newest and greatest luxury listings are sure to please. The majority of homes in today’s luxury market(s) offer beautifully open concepts with an airy kitchen, living and dining room allowing for peak entertainment all year round.

The lifestyle that is lived in luxury homes requires more than simply good looks and beautiful finishes, luxury homes are meant to be suitable and comfortable for their owners. For example, a luxury home may be built with a massive walk-in closet with a seating and dressing area to help a young couple feel they have the space to get ready for a night out. Lighting as well as updated electrical, such as USB ports, are all a huge bonus in luxury real estate. While the most important person to please is the buyer, everyone wants a home that can not only wow their guests but can also start a conversation based on specific features that are etched into the home

While the “perfect” home in one city may be something totally different a few states away, the ideal luxury home is a home where you feel you are at your best. Whether that be indoor/outdoor flow, greatly covered patios in case of rain, enclosed sunrooms allowing you to enjoy the outdoors while still having the comforts of the indoors, ultimately it is your decision what features are on your must-have list. Media rooms, generators, garages, and shops all allow you to feel as if your home is a fortress. Build your fortress or begin your search for the perfect luxury home that embodies all of the visions you’ve had for your dream home.

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You may have seen the movie “Smart House” that appeared on Disney Channel and in that time many were left in utter awe at the sophisticated and virtually interactive home. The luxury real estate market has been demanding more and more electronics to fit into the “smart house” theme. Whether your floors are heated and/or cooled, you have a room by room temperature controls, voice-activated televisions and music systems, motion detectors, cooled wine cellars, controlled blackout windows or top of the line home monitoring systems, we all can say, a smart house is a coveted house. These high-end amenities are exactly what it takes to make a luxury home.

Whether you are in the market for your first luxury home, looking for a vacation getaway or are searching for an upgrade, you can’t go wrong when choosing a luxury home. With an array of different features to offer, your search for a luxury home will be one you won’t soon forget. Start your search today and find out for yourself what beautiful features and amenities the luxury homes in your area have to offer.

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Sept. 26, 2018

3 Things to Know About Buying a Home with a Pool

3 Things to Know About Buying a Home with a Pool

Many Miami area homes have swimming pools but of course, many don't as well because the ocean is usually no more than 20 minutes away. But if you're looking specifically for a home with a pool there are pros and cons to owning one. People usually either love having a pool or they despise it but if you're one of those that loves having the freedom of going swimming whenever you want, being able to cool off or relax in a resort style setting in your backyard, a pool is a great option.

The first thing to understand is that having a pool is an added expense but it may not be as much is your thinking. It will be a new item in your budget and you'll need to decide whether you want it professionally maintained or if you're going to spend the time and energy and do-it-yourself. Pool upkeep can be as inexpensive as $50 a month if you do it yourself or up to $400 a month if you have regular professional maintenance.

Pools can also be a selling feature for pool people that is. Which means it may be a downside to a lot of people. But remember, if you're looking specifically for a pool, others will likely want one as well. Here are three basic things to know when buying a home with a pool.

#1. Understand what you're getting into.

You may not be able to get out what you think your pool is worth when you go to sell. But, if you're really only buying the pool for your own enjoyment, having it as a resale feature may not be as big of a deal. Remember, when you're buying a home with a pool you're always buying the pool secondhand. Most people don't think of it that way of course because it comes with the house. But you are buying a used pool, not in brand-new condition. You want to have a specific pool inspector check out the pool area to make sure that it is sound and doesn't have a mountain of problems before you even buy it. Make sure you ask about everything including how often it is clean, when it was installed if it's ever lost his integrity and how much it costs each month to maintain it.

#2. Remember to maintain safety.

If you have small children you'll definitely want to get a pool gate or a fence around the pool. Remember, if you're the only one in the neighborhood with a swimming pool your house will probably be considered the "cool house", which means you may have a lot of people, guests, friends and friends of your children over at your house swimming. This can leave you up to a lot of liability so you want to make sure that you are covered in your insurance and you've done everything you can to maintain safety and protection of your home, your family and your friends.

#3. Properly maintain pools can add resale value.

There are pretty much two types of buyers; buyer specifically looking for a home with a pool, and buyer specifically looking for a home without a pool; never the two shall meet. You might find a home buyer that doesn't realize they want to pool until they see a beautiful home with a properly maintained pool and backyard. This is why you need to be able to capture this type of buyer that's on the fence or just doesn't have an idea that they want a pool. Keep your home properly maintained, make the pool area something that you can be proud of and entertain and it will hold its resale value when you go to sell.

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Sept. 20, 2018

What You Need to Know About Selling Your Home Yourself

Can you do it? Sure! Should you? Well…. That’s always up for debate. Of course, as a real estate agent, you’ll think I’m going to say ‘no’ but there are more reasons than my paycheck for which I’m suggesting.

Here’s what you need to know about selling a house yourself.

Legal IssuesWhat You Need to Know About Selling Your Home Yourself


You need to know some legal issues. Selling a house is a big purchase and sale and if you are not fully aware of all the details that go into a transaction you may find yourself in a world of hurt. It’s not as simple as selling a car. You can’t simply hand over the keys and deed and get a wad of cash in exchange. Most buyers will have to finance and you’ll need to have that approved ahead of time. You don’t want to be sitting at the closing table only to discover the buyer hasn’t gotten their financing in order and really can’t afford the home.

Then there’s the legal deed, recording with the county and any outstanding liens. Title insurance and verifying you truly have the right to sell the property. (You’d be surprised at what many homeowners don’t even know about their own house.)

There is just so much legal jargon involved in a contract that if you are not fully clear on the wording, you could end up losing out on money or personal property. Everything needs to be done correctly and legally for the proper exchange to take place. Hearsay, word of mouth or shaking hands on a deal is not always the most honest ways to do business, especially when you’re talking hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Accurate Price


Don’t get me started on that “Zestimate” of Zillow. Too many homeowners think their homes are worth far more than they really are. Now, I’m not here to underprice the home but Zillow’s estimates have been known to be up to 35% off of the actual market value! That’s a lot! These sites just cannot evaluate the home like a skilled and experienced agent. You never know… you might actually UNDER-price the home and sell too fast, losing out on money you could have received had you priced it correctly from the beginning.

Overpricing the home means it will sit on the market for longer than you anticipated. Homeowners usually start to drop their price after the first few weeks to get more attention. Buyers start to notice how long the home has been on the market and may tend to shy away at this point. They don’t know the home was overpriced but may feel that the property has something wrong with it. The longer a home is on the market, the more of a black mark it tends to get from potential buyers.

Pricing it correctly from the beginning is key. As a real estate professional, I know the market, the neighborhoods, the trends and what buyers are willing to spend. Knowing all these key components can make it much easier to price and sell a property.


Showing it yourself


There’s a reason we suggest that sellers leave the property when it’s time to show. Buyers feel awkward when a seller hovers over them as they tour the property. Sellers tend to overcompensate by explaining too much about the property when the buyer really just wants to browse in peace. This can certainly shy buyers away right off the bat. It’s best to have their agent or your listing agent tour the property with the buyer, keeping the property safe and yet giving buyers the freedom to discuss and tour the house at their leisure.


If you are still considering selling your home yourself there is the component of marketing. You’ll need to spend your money on marketing, advertise and promote the property. This can be done with a sign in the yard, ad in the newspaper or social media ads. But your agent does all this for you in addition to all the marketing they do in the MLS. Only licensed agents are allowed to list properties in the MLS, which is seen on thousands of websites across the country. Your agent may even have a buyer ready to go before listing! FSBO’s (For Sale By Owner) just simply cannot achieve this level of exposure.

So, yes, you can sell your home.. or should I say, try to sell it. Statistics have shown that those that try to sell on their own, eventually come back to a Realtor® and end up selling for more than they would have on their own. It’s really worth it. Give me a call and let’s find out how much we can sell your Miami home for.

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Sept. 5, 2018

Newest Sunny Isles Beach Project is Now Topped Off

The new upcoming Residences by Armani/Casa condo project in Sunny Isles Beach has officially topped out at 649 feet. After reaching its halfway point in March, the design firm and architect Cesar Pelli, has completed the height on this glass tower featuring sleek interiors and representing the firm's first self-branded real estate development in the US.Newest Sunny Isles Beach Project is Now Topped Off 

When complete, this tower will feature 308 high-end residences ranging from 1350 ft.² to nearly 6000 ft.² and prices starting around $2 million. For the top penthouse suite, the projected price is looking at topping over $17 billion. In addition to the units, the building will include 35,000 ft.² of amenities and a private beach resort with 300 feet of water frontage.

The Armani/Casa residences have been making this a reality for a couple of years now. This one-billion-dollar project is set to open in the fall of 2019. This is a 56 story property designed by Dezer Development and the Related Group and is designed to be some of the top residences along Miami Beach.

Although renderings for the Penthouse is not available yet, the building is already 70% sold. The Penthouse will include a master bath with white onyx, beautiful custom cabinetry in the kitchen, sleek lines, beautiful finishes, gorgeous floors, and luxurious layouts. And to top it all off, the Penthouse comes with an Italian trip to meet Giorgio or money himself. According to the Wall Street Journal, this a one-time amenity includes meeting founder Giorgio Armani, whose company designed interiors and finishes of the building and specifically the six-bedroom duplex on the 53rd and 54th floor. This 6000 square-foot Penthouse will include two first-class round-trip tickets to Milan, a two-night stay at the Armani Hotel Milano, a private tour of Armani's flagship store after hours, dinner for two at Armani Ristorante, cocktails with Armani, and a signed copy of Armani's book. 180 units have been sold since sales kicked off in 2018. But has anyone purchased the Penthouse as of late?

See all renderings of the Penthouse from Curbed.

So far the Penthouse remains unoccupied but this one-billion-dollar project is the group's most expensive project to date. The sales center alone is priced at over $10 million.

So, is the Penthouse on your list of residences? If so, give me a call and let's see what the waiting list looks like. For the right price, you can buy just about anything. And if you're looking for time with Armani, it's easy to do with the Penthouse unit.

Stay tuned to my blog for more information or simply contact my office to be notified when new listings hit the market.

Image By Lorenzo Bozzi [CC BY-SA 4.0  (], from Wikimedia Commons

Aug. 30, 2018

Best of Brickell

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Top 10 Most Popular Brickell Condos in Miami

The term most popular could be subjective. Brickell has about 100 condo buildings throughout Brickell and Brickell Key to choose from, so how is a new homeowner supposed to decide?

Whether it's the best, the most popular, or the closest to your favorite coffee shop, being the best is all subjective to what you are looking for, the price, the amenities, and the location. While you can find a list anywhere, being in the real estate industry for so many years, I've done my own research as to what I feel are the best or most popular Brickell condominiums.

Best Pet-Friendly Condos in Brickell Miami

Best Pet-Friendly Condos in Brickell Miami

There are several pet-friendly condominium complexes in downtown Brickell, just seconds from Miami and Miami Beach. If you are looking to bring your four-legged friend or perhaps another animal along with you, these are the buildings that you want to search in.

Each of these buildings offers something different and they have different rules and restrictions for each. Below is a list of condominiums and their requirements when it comes to your furry friend.

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Most Walkable Condos in Brickell

If you don't own a car or you just don't want to deal with parking and driving just to go to dinner, then you're probably looking for a Brickell condo with a perfect walk score. is a website that looks at every address across the country and determines walkability, transit and bike feasibility. With a walk score of 90-100 it's considered a "Walkers Paradise" as most daily errands don't require a car.  If you're looking for a condo in Brickell, nearly all have a high walk score but only a few boast a 99. Here they are.



Safest and Most Durable Condo Buildings in Brickell

Safety is always a big concern and more now than ever due to our active hurricane season! Surviving a hurricane in a high-rise is a scary thought but with new requirements and building codes since 2010, our buildings are safer than ever. After Hurricane Andrew in 1992 revealed lax building codes, the state cracked down on materials and systems greater than ever. Florida has adopted the most stringent building codes in the US for both single-family homes and residential high-rises. Since 2010 though, those codes have gotten even stricter, which should ease many minds about living here.


Pre-Construction Condos in Brickell

If you're looking for new construction or preconstruction condominiums in the Miami and Brickell neighborhood here is the top list as of 2017.

Best Places To Shop In Brickell

Best Places To Shop In Brickell

Downtown Miami provides visitors and residents with a unique shopping experience with many different styles of malls and shopping areas. In the Brickell neighborhood, shoppers can find the Brickell City Centre, the Brickell City Centre Farmers Market, and Mary Brickell Village.

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Best Places to Eat in Brickell

Miami is a melting pot of cultures from throughout the world; there are Latin and Cuban, Asian and American, and everything in between. No matter what you are craving Brickell has it on the menu.


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Aug. 16, 2018

Who Should Attend a Home or Condo Inspection?

Who Should Attend a Home or Condo Inspection?

Buyers have the ultimate say as to who attends their home inspection. Buyers also have the authority to determine who they will use for the inspection. Real estate agents can suggest or recommend but it’s ultimately up to the buyer to choose the inspector. Because of this, buyers also have a say in who attends the inspection. In general, most real estate buyer’s agents will attend the inspection with their buyer but at the very least, buyers should attend as well.

In some cases, buyers may be unable to attend the inspection due to unrelated circumstances such as an out-of-town buyer or they are not able to leave work in time, etc. In these cases, the buyer’s agent should be on site to accompany the inspector throughout the property. Often times, the listing agent will provide the seller’s disclosure form to the inspector as a reference on what the seller already knows about the home. But in most cases, the buyer and the buyer’s agent will attend the inspection.

Should the Seller Be There?

The issue of whether or not sellers should attend the inspection is a complicated matter. Buyers cannot forbid the seller to leave the premises altogether during the inspection but most will willingly leave for several hours. We have come across extremely involved sellers that not only remain on site but accompany the inspector as well, shadowing their every move. This can not only agitate the buyer but complicate the inspection and distract from the purpose of the inspection. Buyers may not feel comfortable discussing problem areas or concerns freely in the presence of a seller or the listing agent. This is where a diligent buyer’s agent can advise the listing agent and the seller. An experienced buyer’s agent should be able to point out the negative connotations of a seller attending the inspection so that the process can proceed without uncomfortable issues.

Buyers should certainly accompany the inspector if possible but try and keep the attendees to a minimum. Too many parties involved may distract the buyer from concentrating on the issues at hand and asking necessary questions that arise. It’s important to concentrate on the property and understand the details that come with purchasing a home and land.

For more information, please contact me today! I would love to help put you in touch with an experienced home inspector for the Miami or Brickell area.

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Aug. 9, 2018

Who Owns What in an HOA?

Who Owns What in an HOA?

In every community Association, whether it's a condominium association or an HOA for single-family homes, there are two types of ownership, common elements, and units or lots. Lots are typically used in a single family Association were common areas or common elements are more used in a condominium building or complex.

Common elements of those areas which are under the control of the Association. However, this doesn't mean that the Association owns them as each owner owns a percentage of those elements. The board of directors for the Association makes decisions on behalf of the owners to repair or replace these elements. The Association usually has some restrictions on the amount of money that the board can spend to repair or replace these items.

Units or lots are the apartments or homes that are owned in fee simple by all the members of the Association or the owners of that community. The recorded plats and plans will define each of these units or lots. Maintenance, repair, or replacement of anything inside the unit is under the control of the homeowner.

There's also a limited common element which is those common elements identified in the declaration or in the condo or Association plan reserved for the use of one or more but not less than all of the unit owners. This could be a balcony, patio, or backyard that is only accessible to each homeowner.

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Some items that are controlled, repaired, or replaced by the Association:

  • Building siding
  • Roof material
  • Common area landscaping
  • Building or Association signage
  • Any common area amenities such as swimming pools, clubhouses, restaurants, playgrounds, hiking and biking trails
  • Development exterior lights or sidewalk lights.
  • Anything on the exterior of a condo building

Items that should be replaced and are controlled by the homeowner:

  • Interior appliances
  • Plumbing and electrical inside the unit. (Once plumbing goes outside of the unit it is the responsibility of the Association but be sure to check with the covenants on the details).
  • Interior leaks, fires, walls, and ceilings.

Each Association is slightly different so whether it's a home Association or a condo association, it's important to get a copy of the CC&Rs, which stands for covenants, conditions, and restrictions and will cover just about everything possible that the Association is responsible for as well as any rules and regulations that owners need to abide by.

For more information on associations for buildings in Miami, Brickell, and Miami Beach, give me a call. I can provide you with the details on just about any building in the area.


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