Boca Raton Single Family Homes For Sale can be found in
Gated Communities or non gated communities. New construction, too.
Delray Beach and Boynton Beach are our neighboring communities.
Many offer a fun Clubhouse Lifestyle with varied amenities many including sport facilities for residents to enjoy.
Some communities maintain your landscaping and provide cable packages as part of your HOA monthly fee.
Boca Raton Single Family Home communities can be East where we have a Downtown Pedestrian Friendly lifestyle by the Ocean, or in the Western Suburban Communities.
You can even find Acreage Communities, Waterfront or Equestrian Properties, Neighborhoods near Schools,
Golf and Country Club communities or the Upscale 55 plus Communities.
My name is Stephanie Kaufman, and I am a highly respected, top-producing Realtor®.
I am known for my dedicated service to buyers and sellers who need help and guidance with new construction and resales in all Communities.
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in some of our sought after communities and homes for sale
Featured "Boca Raton" Communities homes for sale
Featured "Boynton Beach" Communities Homes for Sale
Featured "Delray Beach" Communities Homes For Sale
Live Downtown near Atlantic Avenue or in the newer Western gated communities.
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Homes with newer construction can have impact glass, natural gas and Mediterranean or Modern Transitional exterior designs.
When looking at new construction, it is best to have Stephanie by your side.
Choosing the best locations and interior upgrades can be an overwhelming process. Stephanie does not work for the builder, she works for YOU.
She will sit by your side from start to finish.
You will make the right choices with the benefit of her knowledge and guidance.
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Homeowners association dues vary widely depending on the amount of amenities that are provided to the homeowners. Some just cover the maintenance of the common areas. Some communities negotiate for a group rate on cable TV or Internet access with service providers. You may be charged fees for those services monthly, quarterly, or yearly. Some are just for common areas and the homeowner maintains their own property.