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Builder 101 with Hollub Homes – Educating Current & Future Homeowners

Posted By Post Date: 03. Sep. 2014

We are excited to announce the launch of a new video series called Builder 101! Builder 101 will feature Harry and Helene Hollub discussing various elements of the construction and design process at our spec homes across South Florida. Our first video is called “Drywall 101” which follows Harry Hollub as he walks through a new Hollub Home being built in Snapper Creek. In this video, you will learn about drywall, [...]

Hollub Homes Featured in Miami Agent Magazine

Posted By Post Date: 15. Jul. 2014

On April 26th, Hollub Homes was awarded nine Prism Awards from Florida Atlantic Building Association (FABA). The Prism Awards are known as Florida’s premier building industry distinction. Of the awards the company received, Hollub Homes was presented with the prestigious Best of Show award for the second time—the first was in 2006. In addition, the homebuilder received Prism Awards in Overall Residence, Bath/Master, Library, and Kitchen for its Interior [...]

Avatar Real Estate Services’ Exclusive Home Builder, Hollub Homes, Awarded Prestigious Prism Awards

Posted By Post Date: 15. May. 2014

Avatar Real Estate Services’ Exclusive Home Builder, Hollub Homes, Awarded Prestigious Prism Awards  (Coconut Grove, Florida) Avatar Real Estate Services proudly congratulates Hollub Homes on their recent Florida Atlantic Business Association (FABA) Prism Awards presented on April 26th.  Avatar Real Estate Services, the #1 Luxury Boutique Real Estate Brokerage in Miami, exclusively represents Hollub Homes’ properties through Amy Hollub, a sales associate out of their South Miami office. Hollub Homes, the legendary [...]

Hollub Homes Wins PRISM Award BEST OF SHOW

Posted By Post Date: 08. May. 2014

7 Tips to Get With a New Minimalist Mentality

Posted By Post Date: 21. Feb. 2013

Years ago, when my children were little and our home was awash in toys, laundry and papers — to name the top three categories of stuff I found overwhelming — from time to time, when I was feeling exhausted and entirely beleaguered, I would imagine our house burning down. I really wanted to lose only the laundry room, the playroom, a closet or two and several cupboards, but I [...]

GET ON BOARD: HOW TO USE PINTEREST

Posted By Post Date: 20. Feb. 2013

Almost everyone in the design world has a file folder or 20 of inspirational images pulled from magazines, books, and catalogs. And lately, some designers are using Pinterest to create a streamlined, digital version of their files. The social bookmarking site makes it easy to create virtual boards you can fill with images from all over the web –or your own desktop—so you can easily keep track of your inspirations, and [...]

Top 10 Most Talked About Interior Design Trends for 2013

Posted By Post Date: 20. Feb. 2013

We are looking forward to fascinating interior design projects in 2013 and by the looks of things, our expectations will be met. Even though we can not anticipate how most of the projects will look, we ran across some interesting trends for this year, which we would like to share further. Here are the top 10 most talked about key tendencies in interior design for 2013: #1. A New Relationship [...]

Miami’s Boom Time

Posted By Post Date: 26. Dec. 2012

LAURE HÉRIARD DUBREUIL may be thoroughly Parisian, but she considers herself a Miami tour guide. “I have so many requests from friends for where to go and what to do,” said Ms. Hériard Dubreuil, who co-founded the boutique the Webster, on Collins Avenue, in 2008. “For the past five years, I was always going through my email, cutting and pasting and sending.” Since opening store the store, which stocks labels [...]

Buying Beats Renting in Most US Cities

Posted By Post Date: 26. Dec. 2012

For people who are willing to stay put for a few years, buying a home has become a much better deal than renting in almost every major housing market in the nation. In more than 75% of the 200 metro areas analyzed by real estate listing web site Zillow, homeowners would reach a “breakeven point” — where owning the home makes better financial sense than renting it — in three years or less. “Historic [...]

The Kitchen That Ate the House

Posted By Post Date: 26. Dec. 2012

Earlier this year, builder/architect Mohamed Hadid put the final touches on a 5,000-square-foot space in Beverly Hills, Calif., with whitewashed oak and limestone floors, hand-carved crystal chandeliers, two flat-screen televisions, a dining table that can seat 16 and a large couch overlooking a sleek gas fireplace. The space, which opens to manicured gardens outside, isn’t a new estate home. It’s a kitchen. Long the de facto central gathering space of [...]