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Congratulations to our Top Selling Realtor Partner of 2019

Posted On: January 17, 2020 | Categories: News | General Info
Congratulations to our Top Selling Realtor Partner of 2019

We are excited to announce our top-selling Realtor® partner of 2019! Congratulations to Louis John Quiles Jimenez of Empire Network Realty Inc., a family-owned and operated Florida real estate brokerage firm. ...



The Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers

Posted On: July 19, 2017 | Categories: News | General Info
By Dillon PericinShopping for your first home? Two of the top five best markets in the nation for first-time home buyers are in central Florida.Defined by a balance of affordable home prices, low competition and strong growth potential, both Tampa and Orlando offer ideal real estate market

Florida Markets Among the Best Places to Buy a Home

Posted On: May 8, 2017 | Categories: News | General Info
By Jennifer Riner Top 10 Buyers' and Sellers' Markets - Click for the full-size chart!Whether you're a first-time home buyer or seasoned real estate investor, buying a home can be a challenging process in competitive markets across the nation. In competitive markets with low inventory, bidding wars

Congratulations to Highland Homes’ Top-Selling Realtor® Partner of 2015

Posted On: January 27, 2016 | Categories: News
We are pleased to announce our top-selling Realtor® partner of 2015! Congratulations to Natalka McIntosh of Premier Home Connection, a brokerage company specializing in new and existing homes in the Central Florida area.Highland Homes values our Realtor® partners and rewards generously with

Tampa and Orlando Among Best Cities for Investing in Real Estate

Posted On: December 30, 2015 | Categories: News
Buying a home is a major decision. Whether you plan to live in this home for many years to come, or are purchasing it as an investment to rent out or re-sell, you might wonder if you’re making a sound financial investment.BiggerPockets, the largest online forum for real estate investors in the

Building a Florida Pool Home - Rejuvenate Your Mind, Body and Soul

Posted On: July 27, 2015 | Categories: News | General Info | Design and Decorating
Summer days can sizzle here in Florida. We Floridians love our sunny year-round weather, but when looking to cool off, there’s no better way than lounging in your very own home swimming pool.When you build your new home with Highland Homes, we’re happy to help you add your own backyard oasis and

Don’t Get Spooked by Mortgage Myths

Posted On: October 29, 2014 | Categories: News | Home Buying 101
October is known as a month for spookiness and heebie jeebies, but getting a home mortgage does not have to be on your list of fears! If you have been letting the thought of a qualifying for a mortgage scare you away from purchasing a new home, it’s time to exterminate those fears — getting a

Marion County Real Estate Moves Closer to a Balanced Market

Posted On: July 31, 2014 | Categories: Communities | News
In the real estate market, it is common to hear that it is either a “buyer’s market쳌 or “seller’s market.쳌 When the housing bubble burst, it became more of a buyer’s market as home buyers were able to get more house for less money. In the past year or so, the market has tipped more toward a seller’s

Highland Homes Recognized as Top Builder in the Nation

Posted On: June 17, 2014 | Categories: News
Once again, Highland Homes has been recognized as one of the top home builders in the nation with rankings on both the Next 100 and the 2014 Housing Giants lists.Compiled by BUILDER Magazine, the Builder 100 and Next 100 lists were ranked based on closings in 2013. In a highly-competitive year

Population Increase Spurs Economic and Real Estate Growth in Florida

Posted On: January 20, 2014 | Categories: News | General Info
2014 is likely to be a standout year for the State of Florida as it is expected to overtake New York as the third most populous state in the U.S. With California and Texas ranked as the top two populous states, it is safe to say that these statistics show that individuals prefer warmer weather. In