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Mini Lobster Season

July 18, 2018 Travel & Tourism

As mini season approaches, I think that now would be a good time for a refresher on the rules & regulations.  In addition, please remember that the City of Key Colony Beach prohibits Diving and snorkeling during this time. (It is a public nuisance and unlawful for any person to dive or snorkel in any navigable […]

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Happy Hour – Lower Keys

July 12, 2018 Florida Keys Lifestyle

  Finding Happy Hour times and prices for the Lower Keys seemed a bit difficult but following is what I could come up with.  I will continue to add as I find them (or go to visit them myself)!   Boondocks Grill – Ramrod Key – 4-6 – Discounted pricing on food and drinks Coconuts […]

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Happy Hour – Key West

July 6, 2018 Florida Keys Lifestyle

  I began compiling this information back in April while on a trip with my husband and friends.  I will update this list and the upcoming lists for Marathon/Key Colony Beach, Islamorada and Key Largo as needed. Happy Hour Deals A&B Alonzo’s – 4-630 Daily – 1/2 price draft, well drinks and apps Bagatelle 1/2 […]

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1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

June 29, 2018 Real Estate Reports

Sometimes the ever changing tax laws are hard to follow and keep up with.  We have singled out, what we think are the most important parts of the 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange program.  We also encourage every potential Buyer to seek the advice of their accountant for other important information regarding this program before submitting a […]

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Aimee Kornetti – Realtor

June 8, 2018 Agent Spotlight

  Aimee is originally from Bourbonnais, Illinois and she moved to Florida in 1992.  She began her career in Real Estate in 2005 in Naples and was part of the #1 listing and selling team for Florida Home Realty  Aimee moved to Marathon 2016 and joined Key Colony Beach Realty  She specializes in representing buyers […]

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Roy Haase – Realtor

May 29, 2018 Agent Spotlight

  Roy is a former New Yorker.  He was born in Brooklyn and grew up in the Catskills on a dairy farm.  Roy attended Syracuse University and graduated with an engineering degree. After serving as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army in armor tanks in Germany, Roy returned to Long Island to begin his engineering […]

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