Depending on the search engine you optimize your site for.
Some search engines do not care about commas in between keywords.
Whereas other search engines require that you use "," to separate
Here is what I suggest you try to do. Make 3 sites of the same thing.
One month put site #1 up with your style
Second month put up site#2 style as I advise with just 3
keywords and no meta tag description.
and third month put up site #3 with no keywords or description
Also optimize your html it looks so messy.
>WOW Inachu. I'm totally suprised you missed this;
>(meta NAME="keywords" CONTENT="Retirement communities ,boca raton
>real estate, Boca Raton homes, Palm Beach County for sale
>Waterfront Real Estate bilingual realtors sellers Camino Gardens
>buying real estate selling Highland Beach buyers south Florida
>homes property Relocation Parkland properties houses realtor
>residential ,Boca Raton, fine homes, homes for sale, real estate,
>Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Highland Beach, Deerfield Beach,
>listings, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, South
>FL real estate, South Florida real estate, South Florida
>ONCE YOU PUT IN ONE COMMA YOU HAVE TO MATCH EXACTLY WHAT'S
>BETWEEN THEM. You really think someone will search on the phrase
>"Palm Beach County for sale Waterfront Real Estate bilingual
>realtors sellers Camino Gardens buying real estate selling
>Highland Beach buyers south Florida homes property Relocation
>Parkland properties houses realtor residential", because that's
>what you've done. ALSO some of your commas have spaces after
>them, and some BEFORE them.