The Ultimate Source in Real Estate
HOME BUYING SELLING LEASING RESOURCES ABOUT US

Our Communities

  • WESTON
  • DAVIE
  • HOLLYWOOD
  • HALLANDALE
  • GOLDEN BEACH
  • AVENTURA
  • SUNNY ISLES
  • MIAMI
  • MIAMI BEACH
  • KEY BISCAYNE
  • CORAL GABLES
  • COCONUT GROVE
  • PINECREST
Highlights
- Private Golf Club
- Lakefront Properties
- A-rated Private and Public Schools
Weston is a family-oriented, master-planned community which well-managed growth has given rise to one of South Florida’s most desirable communities, both residential and corporate. With a culturally diverse population, Weston is comprised of the finest residential neighborhoods, and a diverse corporate, commercial and retail environment. It is a safe community with A-rated public schools, superior parks and recreational facilities, a progressive government that is financially strong and a community-wide appearance that cities around the world wish to emulate.

Communities within Weston
Weston Hills, Savanna, The Ridges, Emerald Estates, Windmill Lakes, Windmill Ranches, Windmill Reserve
Highlights
- Estate Homes
- Lakefront Properties
- Equestrian Estate Homes
Davie, one of the most desirable communities in Broward County. Located between the cities of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Its beauty is a blend of natural and cultural resources, which draw families, singles, businesses, and visitors alike. Davie offers a mixture of acre home sites, apartment living and a downtown with a unique western architectural theme.

Communities within Davie
Blackhawk Reserve, Emerald Isles Estates, Stonebrook Estates, Laurel Oak Estates, Long Lake Estates, Mystique Estates, Grove Estates, Kapok Grove Estates, Grand Oaks Estates, Whispering Pines, Carlton Estates, Imagination Farms
Highlights
- Oceanfront and Intercoastal Residences
- Boat Docks / Marina
- Art Museum
- Public Parks
- Historic Downtown
Enjoy Hollywood, Florida’s beaches, hotels, resorts, unique shopping and restaurants, whether you’re local or visiting from near or far. Year-round activities on the wide Broadwalk, historic Downtown and unique ArtsPark at Young Circle offer value, family fun and exciting nightlife. Named one of America's top ten nostalgic promenades by USA Today, the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk is more than 2 miles long, featuring a brick lined pedestrian promenade that combines dramatic coastal views of award-winning Blue Wave beaches with the nostalgic feel of a Main Street thoroughfare. Hollywood's oceanfront Broadwalk offers miles of car-free enjoyment. Walkers, runners, bicyclists and rollerbladers set their own pace on this path, which is bordered by six miles of Hollywood's famous coastline, boutique hotels, charming shops, cafes and places to eat facing the ocean.
Communities within Hollywood

Trump Hollywood, Diplomat Residences, Harbor Islands, The Palms, Villas de Positano.
Highlights
- Oceanfront and Intercoastal Residences
- Boat Docks / Marina

Hallandale Beach is conveniently located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, next to Aventura with access to the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and Miami International airports, Port Everglades, Port of Miami, and I-95. Residents can enjoy beautiful beaches, exciting attractions such as the Gulfstream Park, South Florida premiere race Also, Hallandale Beach offers a wide choice of sporting activities year round including tennis, golf, swimming, boating, and salt-water fishing.

Communities within Hallandale
Beach Club I, Ocean Marine Yacht Club, Beach Club II, Hemispheres, Beach Club III
Highlights
- Oceanfront and Intercoastal Homes.
This very upscale community consists of single-family homes that are worth several million dollars. Hi-rise construction and commercial properties are not permitted in Golden Beach.
Highlights
- Close to high end shopping
- High rise and Single Family Homes
- Beach Access
- Intercoastal and private communities
- Golf Course
Aventura was incorporated in 1995 and is a young, exciting community with a diverse demographic base and is recognized internationally as a premier location in which to live, shop and play. Aventura is 3.2 square miles located on the Intracoastal Waterway and is conveniently located between two major South Florida airports and two of the largest and most popular seaports in the world. Aventura is an upscale condo community with some of South Florida's best-known large-scale condominium projects and apartment buildings. Restaurants, movie theaters and the Aventura Mall are convenient nearby and downtown Fort Lauderdale and Miami are just 20 minutes away.

Communities within Aventura
Turnberry Towers, Hamptons South, Hidden Bay, Williams Island, One Island Place, Peninsula I, Peninsula II, Porto Vita, The Point, Aventura Lakes, Courtyards at the Point, Golden Point, Island Estates, Presidential Estates
Highlights
- Oceanfront and Intercoastal Residences
- Boat Docks
- High-end Shopping
Sunny Isles Beach, the city of sun and sea, is located on an island in the northeast of Miami. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intra coastal Waterway on the west. Sunny Isles Beach is home to several luxurious condominiums and beach resorts.

Communities within Sunny Isles Beach
Ocean One, Ocean Two, Ocean Three, Ocean Four, Trump Palace, Sayan, Jade Ocean, M Residence, Oceania I, Oceania II, Oceania III, Oceania IV, Oceania V, St Tropez, Pinnacle, Turnberry Ocean Colony
Highlights
- High-rise Condominiums
- Bay front Views
- Boat Docks
- Performing Arts Center
Young professionals and established businesses head to Brickell to be near the financial center of Miami. Condos here make perfect holiday homes too, thanks to the luxury facilities and the stunning beaches, art and cultural centers and other amenities available nearby. An earlier study revealed that 74% of the district’s residential condos are occupied. Of those units occupied, 52% of those are renters, resulting in one of the strongest rental markets in the country.

Communities within Miami (Brickell / Biscayne Blvd)
Asia, Brickell Key II, Carbonell Courts, Brickell Key, Courvoisier Courts, Isola, St. Louis, Tequesta Point I, Tequesta Point II, Tequesta Point III, 1060 Brickell, 500 Brickell, Axis, Brickell on the River, Emerald at Brickell, Icon Brickell, Infinity at Brickell, Jade, Skyline on Brickell, Santa Maria, 50 Biscayne, 900 Biscayne, Epic Miami, IVY, Marina Blue, Marquis, One Miami, Ten Museum Park, Wind by Neo
Highlights
- World renowned beaches, dining and nightlife
- Waterfront homes and condominiums
- Golf and tennis course
- Public parks
Miami Beach’s rich history as an entertainment and cultural destination, world-famous Art Deco architecture, renowned nightclubs, designer fashions have made of Miami Beach a sophisticated metropolis with all of the ingredients of a world-class city that keeps attracting people from Europe, Latin America and all US.

Communities within Miami Beach:
Apogee South Beach, ICON South Beach, Murano Grande, South of Fifth, Continuum, Continuum II, Il Villaggio, Portofino Towers, The Setai, Murano, South Pointe Tower, W South Beach, Caribbean, MEI, Mosaic
Highlights
- Luxurious villas, condos, and houses
- Tennis and Golf Course
- Seaquarium
- Art Galleries
- Boat Dock / Marina
Prospective residents can select from a collection of villas, condominiums, apartments and luxurious homes. New residents will find beaches, tennis and golf courses, bike trails, elegant eateries, gourmet shops, casual cafes, and the historic lighthouse. The Tennis Center hosts the Tennis Championships annually. Among other points of interests are multiple art galleries and Miami Seaquarium on neighboring Virginia Key.

Communities within Key Biscayne
Ocean Club: Club Towers, Lake Towers, Lake Villas, Ocean Cabanas, Ocean Towers, Resort Villa, Ritz Carlton Residences, Sands of Key Biscayne, Towers of Key Biscayne, Casa del Mar, Commodore Club, Grand Bay, Grapetree Townhouse, Island Colony, Le Phare, Mar Azul
Highlights
- The largest tropical botanical garden in the continental United States
- University of Miami
- Venetian Pool
- Lush Landscaping
Created back in the 1920's by George Merrick, Coral Gables is home to many historic landmarks as well as 22 parks, 33 public tennis courts, two public golf courses, and other first-class recreation amenities. In addition, its Mediterranean architecture, Venetian Pool, sculptured fountains, well known art galleries, boutique and unique shops, a wide array of restaurants, and live theater performances add to the uniqueness of this beautiful city. Coral Gables is also home to the historic Biltmore Hotel, the shops on Miracle Mile, and the University of Miami.

Communities within Coral Gables
Cocoplum, Gables by the Sea, Journey’s End, Riviera Country Club, Tahiti Beach, Deering Bay, Gables Estates, Old Cutler Bay, Snapper Creek Lakes
Highlights
- High-end shops
- Home to renowned Cocowalk
- Sailing Clubs
- Public Parks
Coconut Grove is a walking village with lush landscaped lined streets that lead down to one of the world's most beautiful sailing bays. Established in the late 1800’s, Coconut Grove is well know for its exuberant vegetation, and is composed of a unique blend of luxury homes, high rises, shopping villages and water front views.

Communities within Coconut Grove
Camp Biscayne, Cloisters, Four Way Lodge, Grove Isle, Grovenor House, The Anchorage, The Moorings, Treasure Trove
Highlights
- Lakefront Homes
- Lush Tropical Setting
Incorporated on March 12, 1996 is home to approximately 19,491 residents and is conveniently located south of Downtown Miami and Miami International Airport. Pinecrest encompasses approximately eight square miles and is recognized as one of the most beautiful residential areas in South Florida.

* The information on this Web site is being provided as an estimate only for informational purposes and is not intended for you to rely on rather, you are encouraged to obtain a full list of properties in this area by contacting us at sales@iconam.com

Buying in South Florida

Whether you are looking to buy a luxury condo or home, you have come to the right place. We have selected the best collection of properties available in South Florida.Search MLS

International Buyers

We will assist you during the entire purchase process. Also, we can work with a contractor to get your unit ready according to your specifications and assist in renting and managing your property. Contact us for More Information

Frequently Asked Questions

How much can I afford to spend on a home?
Financial planning experts believe that you can afford to spend up to three times your gross annual household income. The price you can afford to pay for a home typically depends on the following key factors: your income, amount of cash available towards down payment and closing costs; your outstanding debts; your credit history; type of mortgage; and current interest rates.
Who pays the real estate agent’s commission?
The real estate agent may be compensated by a percentage fee negotiated by the Seller and paid by the Seller. Historically in the U.S., Realtors® represented sellers as a matter of custom. However, there is no legal or ethical barrier that prevents licensees from representing buyers.
How can I be certain that the home I purchase is in good condition?
An inspection contingency should be standard in any purchase offer. This contingency allows you to have professionals inspect the property to your satisfaction. Typically scheduled with a five-to-eight day window after the contract is signed, a home inspection is a thorough examination of the physical structure of a home - including, but not limited to, foundation, attic, basement, windows and doors, heating and cooling systems, electrical wiring and plumbing. A positive home inspection should increase your confidence that you are making a solid investment, and your agent can advise you about which inspections are recommended or required. Inspections are always paid by the buyer.
What are closing costs?
They are expenses - over and above the price of a home - incurred by buyers and sellers in transferring ownership of a property and can be substantial. Closing costs vary in different parts of the country and usually include a mortgage origination fee, an attorney's fee, accrued taxes, an amount placed in escrow, and charges for obtaining title insurance and a land survey.

 

Did you know?

There is no state income tax in Florida.

Florida is one of only seven states that does not tax individual wage income. However, there is a State Sales Tax, Tangible Tax, and Intangible Property Tax.

Useful Information

Looking for for a new home in Hollywood, Hallandale, Golden Beach, Weston, Davie, Sunny Isles, Aventura, Miami, Brickell, Miami Beach, South Beach , Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Coconut Groove, or Pinecrest; we believe you may find the following links very useful