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How To Design The Perfect Laundry Room For Your Boca Raton Condo

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Boca Luxury Condos can be as spacious as many single family homes, but in large part are not known for their sprawling kitchens and massive laundry spaces. For most, buying a condo in Boca Raton is a small exchange of space and privacy for the ultimate access to one of the most glamorous cities in America. While many condos do in fact provide ample space, open floor plans, and elite-quality appliances, this doesn't mean the layout before you will perfectly accommodate your belongings. We've stepped into every Boca condo you can think of, from the magnificent downtown Alina Residences to to quaint waterfront communities like Tierra Del Mar. For everything in between, and to get the most out of one of our least favorite chores, learn some of the freshest ideas about maximizing your Boca condo laundry space.

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Utilize A Wheeled/Floating Island

A wheeled or floating island is perfect for adding versatility to your limited space. You can repurpose this moveable furniture relatively capably, quickly converting it from a laundry cart to a mobile bar, coffee cart, or something...

What Is "Fee Simple?" Fee Simple Explained

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"Fee Simple" is a confusing and extremely common phrase used throughout real estate. We've all heard it, but do we know what it means? In today's Boca Luxury Condo blog, we're eager to make it... simple. Thankfully, this term doesn't require much of an introduction and is in fact as simple as it sounds. In today's blog, we'll review the definition of fee simple, the varieties of fee simple ownership, and how it applies to you!

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Fee Simple: Defined

Fee Simple is commonly defined as a "landowner's complete and total ownership of a piece of land and all properties on it." Unlike owning a building itself, renting, or living in a condo, fee simple ownership entitles the owner to all parts of the land. This ensures that the landowner can do just about anything they wish to the land, as long as it falls within proper easement, zoning, and code enforcement laws. Homeowners may sell the home, land, and all buildings on the premises, add or subtract parts of the home, build a second story, new garage, or outbuilding, or tear everything down and build from scratch. As part of this entitlement, fee simple homeowners may also elect to pass down the property to a desired benefactor in the event of loss of life or another issue. However, this...