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Sales at Old Palm Golf Club Soared To More Than $62 Million in 2012

January 21, 2013

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“It was another spectacular year of sales,” says Connie McGinnis, Director of Sales at Old Palm Golf Club, in what may well be the understatement of the year. Sales were spectacular—and then some— with 24 estate properties topping more than $62 million sold in 2012. All three neighborhoods in Old Palm enjoyed robust sales and an increased level of activity over 2011, demonstrating the selection of home designs, home sites and pricing had vast appeal. Old Palm attracted a variety of domestic and international homebuyers last year, including those who purchased new models ready for move-in, residences under construction, and one-acre home sites where they could build custom homes that reflected their every desire. Resales of existing homes were strong, as well. “Home sales were hotter than ever last year,” adds McGinnis. “Our independent builders have introduced several new home designs that have been attracting the attention of the most discerning homebuyers. Add to that an onsite brokerage exclusively dedicated to sales within Old Palm Golf Club, and a seasoned sales team who knows the community and its advantages better than anyone else. ” Old Palm stands alone as the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches, a distinction made possible because it is extraordinary on so many levels. Service throughout the community and Club is noticeably superior. The grounds are meticulously manicured, and the developer is firmly committed to maintaining and enhancing Old Palm’s exclusivity, privacy and phenomenal amenities. For instance, the greens on Old Palm’s magnificent Raymond Floyd-designed golf course were re-grassed in 2012 with TifEagle Bermuda creating truer and faster putting surfaces. Combine that course enhancement with Old Palm’s highly desirable “No Tee Time” policy and unparalleled Golf Studio practice facilities, and the golf experience is unlike any other private Club community. In fact, golf here is so remarkable that several of the biggest stars on the PGA and European Tours now live at Old Palm. Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel and Lee Westwood have purchased property, and Darren Clarke is now a member and “regular” at the Club.


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