Swoop Miami

August 29th, 2014

Swoop Miami

 

South Beach is a lovely area in Miami to travel, unwind or just stroll along. With the pristine beach, shop areas, park, bars, historical spots and just about everything in South Beach is interesting. You’ll definitely love to stop by every corner and take tour of the area so Miami-Dade county is taking travel to a convenience with the Swoop Miami.

swoop miamiTry something different in Miami. No need to experience the hassle of looking for a parking space or pay for a cab to get around South Beach Miami. Take advantage of the Swoop Miami, a 6-passenger electric golf cart that will take you around the South Beach Miami. Since October 2009, the swooping had began and is still operating. With a simple call or text message, they will be there in 15 minutes. You may have to share a ride with other passengers but it will be a fun and hassle-free way to commuting to places within the area. They operate from 12 noon to 2 AM. Don’t forget to give tip to your friendly driver and thank him for a safe ride. The swooping did not only benefit the locals and visitors, but also the businesses advertising their brand with the Swoop Miami.

swoop miami

Give a call or text message at 305-409-6636 for pick-up or visit their Swoop Miami website for more information. Get swooped now at Miami and take the ride around the wonderful city of Miami. That is an interesting way to get around the city.

 

 

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Is Your Home Older Than Its Years?

August 29th, 2014

Is Your Home Older Than Its Years?

By: Lara Edge

Would you throw away $20,000? You are if you’re letting your home age faster than it should. Here’s a simple maintenance strategy to keep your home young.

Is Your Home Older Than Its Years?You know how Dr. Oz says that if you keep your body fit and your mind nimble, you’re likely younger than your chronological years? The same principle applies to your house.

An out-of-shape house is older than its years and could lose 10% of its appraised value, says Mack Strickland, an appraiser and real estate agent in Chester, Va. That’s a $15,000-$20,000 adjustment for the average home.

But good maintenance can even add value. A study out of the University of Connecticut and Syracuse University finds that regular maintenance increases the value of a home by about 1% each year.

So if you’ve been deferring maintenance, or just need a good strategy to stay on top of it, here’s the simplest way to keep your home in good health.

Focus on Your Home’s #1 Enemy

If you focus on nothing else, focus on moisture — your home’s No. 1 enemy.

Water can destroy the integrity of your foundation, roof, walls, and floors — your home’s entire structure. So a leaky gutter isn’t just annoying; it’s compromising your foundation.

Keeping moisture at bay will improve your home’s effective age — or as Dr. Oz would say, “real age” — and protect its value. It’ll also help you prioritize what you need to do. Here’s how:

Follow This Easy 4-Step Routine

1. When it rains, actively pay attention. Are your gutters overflowing? Is water flowing away from your house like it should? Is water coming inside?

2. After heavy rains and storms, do a quick inspection of your roof, siding, foundation, windows, doors, ceilings, and basement to spot any damage or leaks.

3. Use daylight savings days or the spring and fall equinox to remind you to check and test water-related appliances like your washer, refrigerator, water heater, HVAC (condensation in your HVAC can cause leaks) or swamp cooler, and sump pump. It’s also a great time to do regular maintenance on them. Inspect any outdoor spigots and watering systems for leaks, too.

4. Repair any damage and address any issues and leaks ASAP.

Don’t procrastinate when you spot minor leaks or drips inside your house. Ongoing small leaks can slowly erode pipes and fixtures, and even cause mold and mildew issues you won’t notice until it’s too late.

Say you’ve got a bit of cracked caulk around the kitchen window. It may not seem like much, but behind that caulk, water could get into your sheathing, causing mold damage and rot. Before you know it, you’re looking at a $5,000 repair that could have been prevented by a $4 tube of caulk and a half hour of your time.

To help you with this routine, we have several guides with specifics and tips:

  • How to Prevent Water Damage

  • Inspecting and Maintaining Your Roof

  • How to Inspect Windows and Doors for Leaks

  • Spotting Foundation Problems

  • How to Help Your Appliances Last Longer

  • Caring for Siding

Once you settle into a routine, it becomes easier to handle other maintenance tasks, which will only do more to protect and enhance your home’s value. Plus, you’ll get to know your home better, which will help you spot other one-off problems, such as termites and other wood-destroying insects, that can cause costly damage.

If You Want to Take Home Maintenance to the Next Level . . .

If you’re a geek about home maintenance like we are, and you want to do more than water patrol, these ideas will help you keep your house in great shape.

Give yourself an incentive to do maintenance. Maintenance is your springboard to sexier projects like a kitchen remodel or basement makeover. So plan a room-per-year redo. This way you’re maintaining, fixing, and improving. For example:

In your basement:

  • Check for dark stains that could signal plumbing leaks. If you find any leaks, fix them.

  • Check your ductwork for leaks that are wasting energy.

  • Clean the lint out of the dryer vent. The machine will last longer, and you’ll help prevent fires.

  • Caulk and seal basement windows to stop air leaks.

  • Once your space is moisture sealed, you can start converting it into a family room or other livable space.

  • Add a basement ceiling.

  • Brighten it up with paint.

In your kitchen:

  • Clean out all the cabinets, then wipe them down. It’s a great way to purge and get organized.

  • Take a good look under your kitchen sink. Remove all the wastebaskets and cleaning supplies to help you spot any leaks, and fix them.

  • Pull out the fridge to give that yucky alcove a thorough cleaning. Check the drip pan for moisture that can spawn mold growth.

  • Update cabinet hardware and adjust hinges if necessary.

  • Re-caulk the seam between your backsplash and wall to keep moisture out. To give your whole kitchen a low-cost facelift, how about a new backsplash?

  • Re-paint the walls using paint with a tough, semi-gloss sheen that stands up to repeated cleanings and resists moisture.

Keep a maintenance fund. Some sources say you should save 1% to 3% of your initial house price annually to pay for maintenance. On a $200,000 house, that’s $2,000-$6,000 a year. Yeesh, that’s a big nut.

Alternatively, make it a goal to save enough money to do a major replacement project, so the bill won’t catch you off guard. Probably the biggest single replacement project you’ll have is your roof or siding.

You can build up this fund over several years by paying yourself a monthly assessment — whatever you can manage. Keep it in a separate account to avoid the temptation to tap it for hockey tickets or other impulse buys.

If you need to replace the roof before you have a fund, an equity loan is an option. But consider very carefully.

If you’re practicing maintenance in the way we’ve outlined here, you won’t need $2,000 per year to manage your home’s natural aging process. Some routine tasks, such as cleaning rain gutters and changing furnace filters, could cost you $300 or less per year.

Your house takes care of you — not just for shelter but as a financial asset. Return the favor and keep it hale and hearty by caring for it with regular maintenance.

Source: houselogic.com; Image credit: rigleyrealtygroup.com 

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9th Annual Festival de Cante : Flamenco 2014

August 27th, 2014

Annual Festival de Cante : Flamenco 2014

Siempre Flamenco’s 9th Annual Festival de Cante : Flamenco 2014

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL

Friday, August 29, 2014 – Sunday, August 31, 2014

 

A festival of Spanish roots is celebrated this weekend at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts Miami, Florida. Witness the passion of flamenco flare this weekend from Friday, August 29 – Sunday, August 31 for the 9th Annual Festival de Cante Flamenco 2014.

Flamenco is originally a Spanish form of art through music and dance passed down from one generation to the other. It is constantly changing, but the essential features remain identified the uniqueness of flamenco. It is a way of expressing oneself through music which drives the flamenco dance accompanied by the hand clapping, finger snapping or table rapping, or just the voice. It is originally the soulful expression of life tragedies. Although, there may be a joyful flamenco, but with a trace of pain and suffering as an embodiment of Andalucian history. Flamenco is a mixture of Islamic, Jewish, Gypsy, and Spanish folk music. The performers of this marvelous art instills passion as they perform flamenco in Miami for the 9th Annual Festival de Cante Flamenco 2014. Witness an intimate, passionate, warm and emotional performances through song and dance by Paco del Pozo, Cante Jondo – master of flamenco styles, Ismael de la Rosa, Javier Heredia and more. They will be very much delighted to sweep you away as they will take you to the wonders of art through flamenco.

9th Annual Festival de Cante : Flamenco 2014

For more information on the festival and tickets online, you may visit Adrienne Arsht Center website. Don’t miss this artful Miami event, the 9th Annual Festival de Cante Flamenco 2014 on Friday, August 29 – Sunday, August 31 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

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How to Host an Open House

August 26th, 2014

How to Host an Open House

-Credit.com

How to Host an Open HouseFortunately for sellers, home values are generally on the rise and interest rates remain historically low, making this a great time to put your house on the market in many parts of the country.

Finding a buyer is an important step in the process, and there are some simple steps sellers can take to increase the chances of finding one.

If you’re trying to sell your home yourself, you have a few important things to take care of first. An open house is a one opportunity to find potential buyers interested in your property. Its popularity has waned a bit because of online home tours and concerns about home security, but open houses are still one of the tools sellers use to find potential buyers.

Prep Work

It’s a good idea to carve out some time in the days leading up to the open house for some serious cleaning with a focus on creating a clean, neutral environment. Use cleaning products with fresh odors, remove all possible stains and pay special attention to removing pet hair and keeping the home uncluttered and easy to move through.

It’s important to remember that you want to present enough furniture to adequately display the character of the house, while leaving it simple enough for potential buyers to envision their own decorations and stuff. In order to increase how comfortable and welcome people feel in the house, it can be a good idea to leave small refreshments and snacks in the kitchen area of the home.

If you have a few days or weeks before the open house, you might want to consider some easy and affordable projects to increase your home’s appeal.

Getting People in the Door

The goal of the open house is to find a buyer for your home. So to do that, the people who might want to buy your home need to show up! To attract those people, it’s a good idea to take advantage of technology.

Since many potential buyers start their research on the computer, posting notices online to Craigslist and Facebook can help. To attract people just driving through your neighborhood, the familiar “open house” signs on the day-of can help.

To be as secure as possible while you allow strangers to walk through your home, it’s important to remove or lock up all pharmaceuticals and valuables. Visitors should always have a chaperone and never have a closed door between the chaperone and them. You don’t want an open house to become a target for identity thieves, who can wreck your credit just when you need it most. You’ll want to keep an eye on your credit during the selling process to make sure you haven’t become a victim. You can check two of your credit scores for free every month on Credit.com.

Also, consider enlisting a professional such as a local real estate agent for their knowledge and help in the open house process.

Closing the Deal

As important as it is to get people to the home, it is equally as important to follow up with those who seemed interested in your property. Place sign-in sheets by the door and ask visitors to write their names and information on a log sheet while they present their driver’s license.

Potential buyers should be greeted with a smile so that they will feel comfortable in the home. Guided tours of the home to highlight the appealing features of the house – such as hardwood floors, picture windows or high ceilings — can be useful as well. A fact sheet with detailed information on the property and contact information should also be given to visitors.

An open house can help you market and sell your home, and it will be most effective if you take the time to make your home as appealing as possible.

Source: foxbusiness.com

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Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach

August 25th, 2014

Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach

Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach

17315 Collins, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Sunny Isles Beach is among the beautiful cities in Miami-Dade County highlighted by the long stretch of beautiful sand and beach. This is a perfect location for waterfront hotels and condominiums for the people who have always wanted to savor a wonderful view and a relaxing sound of the sea. Sole on the Ocean is a waterfront condominium and hotel in Sunny Isles Beach that offers a luxurious experience whether for a short stay or residency.

Located midway Bal Harbour Shops and Aventura Mall, Sole on the Ocean is an excellent choice for a luxurious stay in Sunny Isles Beach. The building is a 23 story beachfront condominium and hotel with 147 condominium apartments and 250 hotel guest rooms with equally magnificent views,well-kept facilities/amenities and quality service. Sole on the Ocean welcomes you in the charming two-story lobby with friendly staffs to assist your needs. The condominium features Oceanfront infinity edge pool, signature restaurant and bar, cabanas and poolside snack bar, fitness center, spa with wet area amenities, Landscaped entrance with water features and more. All these and more for a lavish feel of home in Sunny Isles Beach.

Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach

Sole Residence Features:

European style kitchen cabinetry

Stainless steel under mounted kitchen sink with garbage disposal

Granite kitchen counters

Wired for high speed internet, multiple phone lines and cable TV

Stainless steel appliances

Designer bathroom fixtures and faucets

Marble floors in kitchen and baths

Open kitchen design with countertop dining

Washer and dryer

Private terraces with glass railings

Frame-less glass shower doors

Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach

Make yourself at home in the relaxing and fabulous Sunny Isles beach now with Sole on the Ocean. You can never go wrong in a worthy investment with a home that is on a convenient location, great view and well maintained facilities and excellent services. Check out available Sole on the Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach units now before it runs out.

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Ageless Miami Wonder – The Biltmore Hotel

August 22nd, 2014

Ageless Miami Wonder - The Biltmore Hotel

Ageless Miami Wonder – The Biltmore Hotel

1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL

 

Ageless Miami Wonder - The Biltmore Hotel No wonder Miami is a preferred location for travel of any purpose. Aside from the warm weather all year, which is great for outdoor fun anytime of the year, the city is alive for the beautiful historic spots to check out. Many establishments have been around the city carrying with them the story of transformation of the city from a plain vast land to the dynamic city it is of the present. An ageless wonder that is worth the visit is established in southwest Miami-Dade is the Biltmore Hotel located in Coral Gables. This hotel is built in 1926.

Ageless Miami Wonder - The Biltmore Hotel John Bowman of the Bowman-Biltmore Hotels Corporation with George Merrick, founding father of Coral Gables aspired to build a great hotel in Coral Gables that would also be a center of sports and fashion. So from that goal, the Baltimore Hotel was built with such beauty that costs $10 million at that time and was the tallest building in the year. From then on, it became a famous historical landmark of the county for its outstanding architecture and landscape, great service and the remarkably large pool. It was a popular destination until the World War II. That event has led to the conversion of the hotel to an Army Air Forces Regional Hospital and later became the first site of the University of Miami’s School of Medicine and a veteran’s hospital until 1968. It was until in 1983 when the City of Coral Gables fully restored the hotel and reopened on December 31, 1987 as a luxurious hotel as it is today. Proudly, it is one of the U.S National Historic Landmark. The Biltmore Hotel is a luxurious hotel that offers great services and high end facilities and amenities for a feeling of grandeur while staying in the area. Enjoy the finest dinner, fun game of golf, relaxing spa and fitness packages,business meetings, or celebrate weddings and other special occasions in the hotel while savoring a marvelous vacation. This is among the visited hotel by glamorous people like Hollywood stars, royalties and other political greats. (Click here to take a virtual tour of the hotel).

Don’t miss to check out one of the remarkable landmarks in Miami-Dade specifically Coral Gables if you happen to be in the area. The Biltmore Hotel offers a service of another level so if you wanted more information, you ma y check their on their website now or call (855) 311-6903. Experience the wonderful Miami-Dade and don’t miss to take an account of all the place you visit and you might considering living in the area.

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Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park

August 20th, 2014

Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park

Saturday August 23, 2014 11:00am – 1:00pm

HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fl 33130

Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park

Just when you thought Miami is just all about the scenic views and beautiful beaches, think again because Miami has gone a long way before it came to be the city of progress. Miami city is bound by its rich history and multicultural influences creates a great impact on the transformation of the city into a one of the best cities to live. Take your time and unwind this weekend for the Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park by HistoryMiami.

Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park

Take a break this weekend and join the Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park. Enjoy the scenic views as a HistoryMiami tour guide takes you back to Miami’s history from the Tequesta Indians to modern times. Appreciate the beauty of the Miami River, art and historical sites along the way. The tour will end at the Bayfront Park with a fun picnic. Bring along with you a blanket and lunch or purchase your lunch online. The tour cost $30 for non-members of HistoryMiami and $20 for HistoryMiami members. It would cost you less if you’re a member so get to know the information on how to become a HistoryMiami member now.

Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the ParkRegister online and purchase your box lunch ahead through this link. For more information on the tour, you may visit their website or call 305-375-5792 or email citytours@historymiami.org. Get in the know while enjoying the scenic view of the Miami city through the Downtown Miami Walk and Picnic in the Park this Saturday, Saturday August 23, 2014 11:00am – 1:00pm.

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Marina Blue Condominium – Miami

August 18th, 2014

Marina Blue Condominium – Miami

888 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Marina Blue Condominium – Miami

Live in the most desirable location and enjoy the sophisticated lifestyle it offers. Miami downtown is an attractive city for its vibrant lifestyle and magnificent views offered. Marina Blue Condominium – Miami is an impressive residential landmark of Miami rising up to 60 floors with intricate structural design. This residential highrise is a collaborative project of Hyperion Development with the renowned architectural firm, Arquitectonica in the year 2008. Marina Blue Condominium is located just across the American Airlines Arena.

Marina Blue Condominium – Miami offers 57 units with one to three bedrooms and penthouses facing the bay for the a most magnificent view. Each unit features high ceiling with smooth finish, Energy-saving, impact resistant glass, Ventilated closet shelving system, High-efficiency heating and air-conditioning system and Fire sprinklers and smoke detectors. The amenities of Marina Blue Condominium – Miami add up to the comfort of living in a sophisticated residential building along with the quality services.

Marina Blue Condominium – Miami

Building amenities include:

Sunrise and sunset Infinity-edge swimming pools

Hot tub and plunge pool

Fitness center with bay views

24-hour security and concierge

24-hour valet parking

Business center

Yoga/aerobics room

Party room

BBQ grills and outdoor dining area

5-hole putting green

Sand volleyball court

Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the lobby and amenities deck

Marina Blue Condominium – Miami

Have your home in the most desirable city and live in sophistication at Marina Blue Condominium – Miami where everything is at your reach. For more information, you may visit their website. Check out available units at Marina Blue Condominium now.

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Shenandoah Park – Miami

August 15th, 2014

Shenandoah Park – Miami

1805 S.W. 22 Ave. Miami, FL 33145

Shenandoah Park - Miami

A healthy and active lifestyle can be very important for kids, especially in their growth gap years. City of Miami takes part in giving an environment where kids can be active by providing safe recreation parks where they can develop a healthy lifestyle through physical activities and at the same will develop an healthy social wellness through interaction with playmates and adults. Shenandoah Park is one of the active and safe parks in Miami having various facilities and offers program for kids and adults alike.

Shenandoah Park is a fun and exciting place for kids to interact with each other and adults through physical activities and the exciting programs facilitated by the friendly staff. The park is wide enough for various facilities such as weight room, baseball/softball field, football/soccer field, two basketball courts, four tennis Courts, Pool, Playground and four Racquetball. Beginners don’t have to worry learning different sports because the park offers many programs and camps for a fun start. Programs offered are After School, Youth Soccer, Fitness/Weightroom, Youth Cheerleading, Youth Flag Football, Youth Basketball, Youth Softball, Winter camp, Easter Camp, Summer Camp and Learn-To-Swim. The playground is also safe for kids who aren’t into the sports. Young and adults will enjoy the safe and clean environment of the park as the staffs are friendly, interactive and cheerful. Facilities are also available for parties and functions.

Shenandoah Park - Miami

Kids and adults will surely enjoy some time at Shenandoah Park. Let your kids run and play at this awesome park while you take a break under a cool shade. For more information, you may contact the park supervisor at 305-859-2702. The park is open everyday from sunrise to sunset, recreation center is available from 1:00 PM – 10:00 PM and fitness center is available on weekdays from 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Visit Shenandoah Park now.

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18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

August 13th, 2014

18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

August 16 – 24, 2014

 

In the multi-cultural city of Miami, Brazilian culture is embraced by the city for being a part of the city’s economic progress. “There is a love affair between Brazilians and Miami, which has helped the economy in both places,” says Rolando Aedo, executive vice-president of the Greater Miami Office of Tourism and Conventions. This month, the city of Miami celebrates the 18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami from August 16-24, 2014.

18th Brazilian Film Festival of MiamiThere is no limit for Brazilian independent films to be shown at Colony Theater from August 16 – 24, 2014. This is in promotion of Brazilian independent cinema, art and festival in the city of Miami. A kick off party will be on the 16th of August at North Beach Bandshell to initiate a great celebration. The official program will be launched on 17th – 19th of August at Miami Beach Cinemathique as a tribute to one of the best Brazilian Artist, Vinicius de Moraes, with a screening of special films based on his life and work and the most recent Brazilian documentary. You wouldn’t want to miss this great event! This year, top chef’s from Miami stood up to the challenge of serving the public the best of Brazilian flavor. Become a member to get the chance to watch all films for free. Click here for the membership.

18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

Embrace this Brazilian culture and join this exciting event that you shouldn’t miss. Check out their website for more information. The 18th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami will be one August 16 – 24, 2014 in Miami area. For location, you may refer to their website.

 

 

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