It's mid-October and Boca Raton is ready to celebrate the welcome breeze and cooler days ahead. With no leaves to watch fall and plenty of heat through the winter months, Boca Raton's real estate landscape doesn't carry the same autumnal gravitas that many communities up north naturally benefit from. For that reason, our fall festivals, Halloween events, and haunted houses are a celebration of our community. With the people, not the foliage, setting the tone for fall - here are a handful of the best and most popular Halloween events in Boca Raton.
- October 31, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- 2 Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
The Addison is one of Boca Raton's premier venues for weddings, private parties, and events such as the Halloween "Raising Spirits" brunch planned for the midmorning and early afternoon of the day itself. This family-friendly brunch has become a mainstay of the Addison, often coinciding these special events with holidays such as Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas among others. There will be plenty of exciting activities to keep the kids busy, and for the adults, their five-star cuisine and unlimited bloody marys should keep the fun going from end to end!
Boca Raton has long been renowned for its trendy cocktail bars and exquisite cuisine. Thanks to South Florida's position as one of the biggest trending real estate markets in the country, people from around the world venture to visit and take residence in our beautiful beachfront community. Thankfully, their flavors tend to follow! Asian noodle bowls like the Japanese ramen and Vietnamese Pho have taken root in our hearts and carved their place in our local cuisine. Check out 5 of the best places to get pho and ramen in Boca Raton today!
Kapow Noodle Bar
This trendy pan-Asian restaurant sits at the heart of Mizner Park, and seems to always be full of happy customers. Formed from a triumvirate of South Florida restauranteurs, this comic-themed contemporary Asian restaurant brings the vibrancy of South Florida to the modern twist of pan-Asian cuisine. Specializing in small plates, noodles, and shareables - Kapow is one of the most fun places to enjoy pho and ramen in Boca Raton.
Basilic Vietnamese Grill
Perhaps the most purely Vietnamese place to get pho in Boca Raton, Basilic has a longstanding tradition of being one of the foremost East Asian restaurants in Boca Raton. Situated off U.S. 1 in the Mizner Park area, this unassuming...
In today's world, renovations can be an extremely costly project. With families looking to save money through couponing and rewards programs, folks can have access to savings at the touch of a phone or advertisement...But what about homes?
There are a ton of ideas online that allow virtually anyone to renovate a home, but what if you are doing the home renovation on a budget? The statement itself makes Boca Raton homeowners cringe, knowing that breaking out the tarp and busting down tile will be a financial nightmare. Let's face it--nobody wants to renovate, but in the event of moving or planning for a child, sometimes life tends to throw us a curveball. If you need some simple, DIY tips for your home--fear not, we have you covered.
Re-Paint the Walls
Okay, so this is an obvious observation, but an idea that is in actuality very overlooked. Sometimes a simple change like color can be an automatic game-changer.
Now, we know that some designer paints and higher-end brands can go up to an expensive $120 per can, but let's focus on simple color. An average can of flat, matte paint is around $30-$40, and can truly turn any vibe around in an instant. Even if you aren't fixated on painting your entire home, renovating your bathroom or even your living room can make a difference. Sometimes the simplest of solutions can be met with basic tasks! And, besides--it's a great opportunity for you and your partner to have some quality bonding time.
In today's world, the real estate market can be a hit and miss. With the fluctuation of the real estate market, some agents often wonder how they will survive. The business is hard, but working remotely can pose even more of a challenge.
Luckily, the rise of real estate teams has allowed remote agents the opportunity to work with a solid team that will build off each other's goals. Making the switch itself can be a scary leap off that ledge, but any agent looking to switch to a team setting immediately sees the benefits versus the latter.
We understand--life is hard, and sometimes we can't handle the stress. When you're a real estate agent, oftentimes you are forced into the field to do open houses--disallowing you from being at the office to tackle those important clients. But one thing you can count on when it comes to a real estate team is access to availability.
Rising to the challenge and tackling those responsibilities yourself is a noble cause, but realistically it's important to have backup when you need it. With a real estate team, everyone in the unit has a role or a task they are specifically assigned to, meaning you have more of an opportunity to make deadlines or deal with clients.
Choice of Role
We know our strengths and weaknesses. Every real estate agent, of course, has parts of the job that they absolutely...