Majestic Waterfront Mansion...

Live the ultimate concierge lifestyle with resort-style amenities
  • Newly renovated 90,000 sq. ft. clubhouse with men's and ladies card rooms; a business center; five lounge and bar areas, including a Sports Bar with billiard tables and four dining venues, open all year.
  • private beach club directly on Juno Beach with full gourmet restaurant and resort style cabana service.
  • New state-of the-art 24,000 sq. ft. fitness center and spa, new heated resort pool and separate lap pool, as well as a full service salon and spa.
  • Two championship 18 hole golf courses; driving range; golf practice and training area; international caddie program.
  • 16 Lighted Har-Tru tennis courts.
  • 24/7 Security and Paramedic staff and state of the art surveillance technology; neighborhood K-9, waterway, perimeter, and golf course patrols.
  • Dog park: outdoor club for four legged members and stocked lakes for fishing.
  • Children's activity center, playground, basketball court and special club programs, including carnival, ice skating, amusement rides and games.

Beach and Country Club Lifestyle

5-Star Resort Concierge Living
  • all day complimentary valet service;
  • complimentary breakfast;
  • dinner hors d'oeuvres, bottled water, coffee, tea, healthy snacks and cookies;
  • club  sommelier;
  • planned entertainment;
  • travel;
  • community philanthropic organization;
  • educational seminars and art exhibitions;
  • airport and local transportation;
  • food delivery;
  • home repair and house watch services;
  • business center and conference rooms;
  • dry cleaning pick up and delivery;
  • hurricane preparation, shelter and post cleanup services.

Palm Beach County’s Realtors make $12,749 more than the national average and $8,894 more than Realtors statewide.

The information was gathered as part of the reporting for this story on how real estate as a profession is on the rise.

Earnings for Realtors have been increasing in recent years, even surpassing in Palm Beach County the peak years of 2005-2007.

But in the world of Realtors, income depends a lot on personal motivation and market.

Palm Beach County Realtor Anthony Pizzarelli, 37, who was in the service industry before starting his real estate career in 1999, said he was making well over $100,000 annually during the best years.

During the recession, his income plummeted. He said in 2010 he made just 20 percent of his boom-time earnings.

Pizzarelli survived by dealing in rentals and keeping his name out there by blogging his own analysis of sales activity. But many of his colleagues dropped out.

“I heard of people who went to cutting hair, waiting tables, bartending,” Pizzarelli said. “I knew the market would have to shift and come back at some point.”

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