On August 1, 2014, NV Realty Group expanded its operations into the South Pam Beach County area with the opening of a new real estate office in Delray Beach. Located at 1045 E. Atlantic Avenue - #305, the new office will be managed by Stephen Jara. Jara has previously served as the President and Managing Broker of Pristine Properties International as well as Vice President of Operations for Mountain Sotheby’s.
“My career has always been about aligning business with elite branding,” said Jara. “There is no better brand that has global power like the Golden Bear and Nicklaus name.”
Jara also has extensive background with managing Country Club properties. He has served as Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Woodfield Country Club, as Director at PGA Village and as General Manager of The Little Club. Most recently, he served as Director of Sales and Services at The Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Florida from 2001 to 2006.
Located in the southeast section of Palm Beach County, Delray Beach is a pedestrian-friendly community comprised of historic homes and art-deco style cottages. Ranked as one of Florida’s top 10 beaches by the Travel Channel, Delray Beach has twice been named the “All American City” and has been the recipient of the “Blue Wave” award by the Council of Clean Beaches. In addition to boasting two miles of sand beaches, the city also features numerous swimming pools, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts and trails for residents to enjoy. The luxury golf course homes and waterfront properties of Boca Raton and Boynton Beach are also located nearby. Both areas will be served by the Delray Beach office.
NV Realty Group is a family-owned boutique firm specializing in luxury real estate, golf course communities, waterfront homes and condos. CEO and president of NV Realty Group, Michael Nicklaus, is the son of golf legend, Jack Nicklaus. Known as one of the premier luxury real estate firms in South Florida and based in Palm Beach County, NV Realty Group currently has offices in North Palm Beach, Worth Avenue on the Island of Palm Beach and in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.