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Simon Isaacs Proves Why Palm Beach Real Estate is Heating Up

By Jayne Chase | March 4, 2020 |

Simon Isaacs of Simon Isaacs Real Estate runs down why real estate in Palm Beach is heating up.

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What do you love about Palm Beach? Palm Beach has a small-town charm with a worldly entrepreneurial spirit. It has great schools, outdoor activities, and is a wonderful environment for raising children. I feel very lucky to live here.

What brought you here? My wife, Tiffany Marks Isaacs, grew up here and I knew she wanted to return one day. After selling my metals business in London, I felt the time was right. I have always been passionate about real estate and love interacting with people. Setting up my own brokerage was a natural step.

What is it about Palm Beach that makes it a hot real estate market? It’s an exciting time in Palm Beach because there’s an influx of people and corporations moving here. Beautiful weather and the appeal of lower taxes in Florida have sent northerners here.

What do you plan for your business here? I want to expand my client base, while maintaining the same high level of service. I currently offer a concierge service to clients and see this portion of my business growing. My primary goal is to build a boutique brokerage that people feel they can trust and have peace of mind that I will take care of every detail.

What do you do to relax? I like to fish on the Intracoastal with my three children, play tennis or grab a great meal with friends. We have great weather here, so I try to be outside as much as possible.



Photography by: Nick Mele