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Compass Real Estate Estate Winning Prime Properties Let’s face it: the real estate world isn’t what it used to be, which means using the same old strategies when trying to sell your property is a recipe for a long, painful wait. In Shift: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times, Gary Keller, the author of bestseller The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, has written a new set of rules for today’s tough market — from overcoming buyer reluctance to mastering short sales and foreclosures. Home Gold Having trouble making ends meet? If you’re 62 or older and own a home, you might be sitting on just the gold mine you need. Reverse mortgages can be a helpful option for seniors who need a little extra cash to get by each month. Instead of you paying a lender, the lender pays you each month. The loan is paid off when the house is sold, or when you pass away or permanently move out; Whether you want to upgrade to a bigger home on Key Biscayne, experience living on the island for the first time or find a second or third home elsewhere, these properties may be just what you’ve been looking for. 120 Knollwood $6,200,000 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths 112 ft. Dock Brigitte de Langeron 305.244.7493 1121 Crandon Blvd 401 $698,000 2 bedrooms / 2 baths Beachfront Adriana Montbrun 786.277.3480 10 Harbor Pont $5,650,000 4 Bedrooms + 4 baths Waterfront Joan McCaughan 305.775.8230 Club Tower II $1,985,000 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths Maid’s quarter Capital Intl Realty 305.329.1470 Hound Dog “The universe is merely a fleeting idea in God’s mind — a pretty uncomfortable thought, particularly if you’ve just made a down payment on a house.” — Woody Allen 28 Smart Buy Swamp Thing The most visited historic home in the U.S., after The White House, is Elvis Presley’s Graceland, which includes an automobile museum, Elvis’s custom jets and a collection of sparkly jumpsuits. In 1626, savvy Dutch settler Peter Minuit purchased some land from the local Native Americans for the equivalent of $24. We now know Minuit’s prime plot as the island of Manhattan in New York. In 1919, real estate super-agent Carl Fisher convinced forward-thinking investors to pay $25,000 for lots that hadn’t yet been dredged up from the ocean. Where were they? Well, in Miami, of course!