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Denise Samouilidis

Denise Samouilidis
Mirsky Realty Group, Inc.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

561-308-0007
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Run Through Your Yard Naked - New Listing (broker nixed headline)

13432 Orange Boulevard - Listing Detail Link This is a funny one. New listing. Drone shots are awesome and I've just read an article on writing great headlines. My broker was mortified and said, "NO! You cannot put 'RUN THROUGH YOUR YARD NAKED' on the back cover of REAL ESTATE SHOWCASE MAGAZINE!"I walked away mumbling "That's all I got. Just change it. I'm done for the day", and shut my office door.Hey, at least I didn't slam the door. Now, there are some brokers I know of who police their agents' online presence... luckily not this one... yet. So I use "my" headline, new photos and paid to boost my new Facebook ad. This ad had more click-throughs than any other promo I've run in the past 3 years.Under contract on the 2nd showing, less than 12 hours after going live on Facebook paid ads and on the MLS. **evil grin ensues and an 'I told you so' directed at my broker follows.** The home actually sold so quickly that this article was sitting in my ACTIVE RAIN DRAFT BLOGS folder. And being one not to waste a perfectly good blog, I figured I'd just embellish it with my allocades and share my story.(original listing post starts RIGHT here)Here's one for the records! Situated on 2.38 fenced acres completely private with thanks to a solid boarder of Areca Palms and tropical foliage, you'll enjoy the solitude of relaxing in your heated pool or fishing in your fully stocked pond. Newer AC, complete hurrican accordion shutters, tank-less hot water heater, GE Profile appliances, wood burning fireplace, over-sized 24'x22' garage, electronic gate on paved road and manual gate access on rear road. This double lot home is in a prime Acreage location. Custom built royal wall (solid concrete) construction with 50 year metal roof can be yours for year to come.So here's the scoop. The price is $410,000 and priced well below similar pool homes in the neighborhood. Located near shopping, restaurants, gas station and groceries.   The property is easy to show, and we do work with out-of-state agents and offer a nice referral fee! Please keep us in mind for all of your Jupiter referral business, as we love to reciprocate!If you're looking for quality construction and solitude, you need to put this well maintained property on your parade of homes schedule!     Interested in more homes on large lots? CLICK HERE. Denise SamouilidisMirsky Realty Group LLC4580 Donald Ross Road #107Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418561-308-0007  It's a great time to move to Palm Beach County. The video above was taken a few weeks ago. Un-congested waterways and always a spot to fish on the jetty. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have concerning the area. As a 30+ year full-time resident I have an in-depth knowledge of the town, attractions, real estate, schools, restaurants, etc. Don't hesitate to reach out to me! I love referrals!

1166 Key Largo Street, Jupiter - The Entertainer's Delight Pool Home

1166 Key Largo Street - Listing Detail Link I present to you, THE Entertainer's Delight! Situated in Mallory Creek, one of the most desireable communities in Abacoa. This Key Largo Street courtyard pool home shows like a model. The HEATED pool and spa are completely screened and encased in a private setting. Master bedroom, living room and guest suite offer bright sunlit views of the pool area. Decorated in tropical decor, with tile and high end cork flooring throughout. Granite counters, maple cabinets and GE Profile appliances are sure to please the chief chef and bottle washer. Here are a few fun facts about this home: The new GE refrigerator has an integrated Keurig Coffee maker adjacent to the filtered water dispenser. Impact glass and sliders encase the home and plantation shutters adorn all the windows. So here's the scoop. The price is $585,000 and priced well below similar pool homes in the neighborhood. Located in Jupiter's top rated school district, it's no wonder why Abacoa is consistently rated as a top pick neighborhood for families.The property is easy to show, and we do work with out-of-state agents and offer a nice referral fee! Please keep us in mind for all of your Jupiter referral business, as we love to reciprocate!Located on a quiet street minutes from the clubhouse, this Divosta built home offers quality CBS construction! Mallory Creek is located a short drive to Jupiter Ocean and it's famous beaches. Minutes to downtown Abacoa, shops, baseball, free concerts, great restaurants and ongoing events.  Interested in direct ocean view homes? CLICK HERE. Denise SamouilidisMirsky Realty Group LLC4580 Donald Ross Road #107Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418561-308-0007  It's a great time to move to Jupiter. The video above was taken a few weeks ago. Un-congested waterways and always a spot to fish on the jetty. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have concerning the area. As a 30+ year full-time resident I have an in-depth knowledge of the town, attractions, real estate, schools, restaurants, etc. Don't hesitate to reach out to me! I love referrals!

Juggling EVERYTHING and then some!

When I first started in real estate years ago, I thought maybe it was just me. Am I a crazy magnet? Or is it seriously just the real estate industry in general that makes it seem that way?This past month I took on 10 new listings. After a dead, and I mean DEAD summer, financially there's nothing left to hire an assistant to help with the work load. Between marketing, listings, home inspections, showings and closings, my life is in a tailspin. Agents are texting, calling and emailing at all hours of the night to meet deadlines. In my portfolio of listings, are 5 very interesting properties in a 60 mile radius. This grouping of listings are wrapped up in a trust. Inherited by two sisters who have little to no knowledge of the properties. Not that I'm complaining. It's a great problem to have.The first home went under contract with multiple offers. A cute 1700 square foot, CBS 3/2 with a screened pool and 2 car garage in a prime location in town. The home inspection seemed uneventful. Then 3 days later, the dreaded phone call. The hurricane impact windows that were once such a huge asset to selling this home were not permitted.  Technically an open permit in the eyes of the title company. YIKES! Now this puts me in a huge bind, because the sellers really don't care if the closing is delayed but somewhere, somehow this issue must be resolved. So now I'm stuck with the daunting task of arranging permitting.The 2nd and 3rd properties of the portfolio are 35 miles south. One has a tenant who can't decide if he wants to stay, and buyers lined up; some of them want the tenant, others could care less. The other unit had a non paying tenant, and strangely enough the eviction was by far the easiest task to date. Upon inspection, the upstairs condo unit has a leaky toilet which is staining the ceiling brown. I won't go into details, but I'm sure you can use your imagination to create an interesting image. The condo association won't divulge the owner's info and tells me I have to knock on the door to confront them. A little online investigation shows that it's a rental and the owner could possibly be another real estate agent. His name might as well be John Smith. There are at least a dozen people with his moniker. So I sit and wait.Property 4 was built in 1926. The buyer's are concerned it's on a sinkhole? OK. Yes the decorative wall by the sidewalk is showing some signs of settlement after 90 years of heat, rain and hurricanes. My sellers of course sign the sinkhole disclosure declaring they know nothing.Ohhhh, and then there's property 5 in the inherited portfolio. This beauty of a beast is in Miami, 60 miles south and is a commercial building. Once a 7-11, converted into a food market, the property was deeded over to the tenant prior to the original owner's death. The tenant has defaulted on the note, and as luck would have it I have to untangle the web in such a way that the tenant doesn't vacate the property after the trust reclaims it's right to the deed. Prostitutes, drug addicts and drug dealers were in full force Friday afternoon, and were unfazed by anything around them.In the MLS I have 4 incomplete listings that I'm trying to orchestrate into this chaos! One open house, and 4 pending closings. This is my 7th year as a full time Realtor, and I'm just wondering how it's done. Is this normal???? Denise SamouilidisMirsky Realty Group LLC4580 Donald Ross Road #107Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418561-308-0007www.JupiterOceanHomes.comwww.TheCopelandTeam.com

Waterfront estate home under $400,000 - beautiful Florida location!

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS and DETAILED INFORMATIONLocated in The Oaks, an exclusive gated Hobe Sound community. Minutes to beautiful beaches and a quick jaunt to the Palm Beaches.You'll enjoy an over-sized first floor owners suite, upgraded kitchen with granite and views of the lake. 20' volume ceilings grace the living room and entry. The upgraded custom iron staircase railing gives way to a generous loft which overlooks main floor.5952 SE Crooked Oak Avenue, Hobe Sound, FL 33455 is offered at $379,000click here for photos and detailed information Denise SamouilidisMirsky Realty - 4580 Donald Ross Road #107Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418561-308-0007www.TheCopelandTeam.com

Business Slow? Leave town. That's a sure fire way to fire up business.

Thanks IRMA! I boarded up my home and hit the highway with my dog, a small suit case of clothes and every valuable that could possibly fit in the trunk of my car. All sweltering summer long I did everything I could to drum up business, but proved to be one of the slowest summers I've ever endured.My first stop after dodging IRMA was at a previous client's home (turned best friend and savior), in Dallas GA. I had sold her home in Jupiter Florida after meeting her at a part time job I had when just starting out in my real estate career. After the sale of her home, she hit the road with her husband as a long haul truck driver. A big life change from being a bank manager! They lived in hotels and slept in the truck for a year. I can only imagine after a year, how relieved her husband was to find the perfect house for them. She no longer drives with him, which is great for me. She loves company and welcomed our arrival in the middle of the night.I stayed with her for 3 days until IRMA made her way to north Georgia and took off to central Ohio. No sooner did I unpack my car, unload and set up my laptop, did my phone start ringing. A steady stream of offers, listings, buyers, sellers.... I have to admit, I'm totally overwhelmed. It's a good thing. I'm using vendors to do the photography, calling sign companies to install FOR SALE signs. Something I'd never considered in the past. I have signs. I graduated from the Art Institute and do all my photography and marketing. But WOW, this business can be effectively run from 1000 miles away. I wouldn't consider this a vacation by any means. But what a way to drum up transactions. It's been crazy!So if your real estate business is stagnant, go on vacation. Take a trip. Relax. Because that's how real estate works. Give it a shot. In the comments, let me know if you've experienced this as well!

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