Cromer Parker Real Estate Blog

Real Estate Agent - ReMax Advance Realty
Miami Realtor, Pinecrest Realtor, Coral Gables Realtor, Coconut Grove Realtor, home buying, organic gardener



Part 2: What You Get for the Money: $600,000-$700,000 This proved to be an interesting proposition as you can now buy either a nice single family home in Pinecrest in this price range or a 2 acre parcel with a home to tear down on it. I will show both of these options. The home below is on over 2...
Fairchild Gardens in Coral Gables, Florida Today I went to Fairchild Gardens to see the annual Chocolate Festival. Yummm! There were people all over the place eating all kinds of chocolate foods... chocolate churros (Cuban version of a donut or funnel cake), chocolate fruits, chocolate candies. Y...
Statistics were given at Coldwell Banker's Miami-Dade sales meeting on January 13, 2009. We heard from Clark Toole, COO of Coldwell Banker. He was an enthusiastic speaker and believes that Coldwell Banker is becoming a consumer concentric company, which is the new way of communicating. It's that ...
Monday, January 19, 2009 Part I: What You Get for the Money: $500,000-$550,000 I am always browsing real estate blogs. Yesterday I was browsing and stumbled across Anne Rain’s blog series "What You Get for the Money". I loved the idea and thought that I too would try this type of series, which sh...
It’s back to basics for those of us still here. Although droves of agents are leaving the business, it’s fulfilling to see many of the old-timers still around and the very best of the new timers still around. In Miami-Dade county, we went through our share of new, not so good Realtors, many whom ...
A truly wonderful winter tradition in Pinecrest is the Pinecrest Gardner’s Farmers Market located at 8287 SW 124 Street.  It has grown substantially through the years and now fills the entire parking lot of Gardner’s Market. I believe the Farmers Market is now organized by the Market Company, wh...
Chris Brogan posed the challenge to come up with 3 words that define my goals for this year. I accept this challenge since I can think of nothing better than moving on from 2008 and into more 2009 positive territory. I want to personally thank him for bringing up this challenge.   The 3 words I c...
Ah...Winter in Miami! We have arts festivals, farmer's markets, ballet, marathons, 1/2 marathans and so much more. I will post some of my favorite happenings in the area each week here, so keep coming back or subscribe to my feed or email me at to get on my list so you don't m...
It's certainly been a tough year and I can't say that I'm sorry to see the year over. Although we are experiencing gorgeous 70 degree weather, which is what has always tempted folks to flock to Miami, we have had our share of foreclosures and big box store closings. Prices are way down, which sho...

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