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Tampa Bay: A Fantastic Place to Visit, An Even Better Place to Call Home

Posted On: January 28, 2015 | Categories: Communities | News
When it comes to purchasing a new home in Florida, it is about so much more than the home. You also have to factor in the location and its convenience to your job and life, and the area’s local amenities. From golf courses to world-renowned attractions and sandy beaches, the Tampa Bay area has long

Highland Meadows Phase II Now Available

Posted On: December 8, 2014 | Categories: Communities | Communities>Highland Meadows | News
Following the completion of phase one, we are excited to announce that new homes are now available for sale in phase two of Highland Meadows. Situated in sought-after Davenport, residents at Highland Meadows enjoy a serene Florida lifestyle in a location convenient to the best that Orlando and

2013 Positive Year for Polk County Real Estate

Posted On: January 31, 2014 | Categories: Communities | News
After a slow couple of years, Polk County home builders have plenty to celebrate as 2013 was a rebuilding year for the Florida housing market. With more than 10 new home communities in the county, Highland Homes is pleased with their success in 2013 and excited about the upcoming year.As of November

Introducing Hills of Arietta, Upscale New Homes in Auburndale

Posted On: November 29, 2013 | Categories: Communities | News
As the housing market continues to grow and improve, so does Highland Homes!We are very excited to announce that we are now building new homes in the Hills of Arietta, an upscale, gated community in Auburndale, Fla.  We are happy to be expanding our offerings in Polk County and to provide Central

Closeout Specials Help Polk County Homebuyers Save

Posted On: August 18, 2011 | Categories: Communities
\n\nOver the past few years, we’ve seen strong sales in several communities of our Polk County homes, and we are here to offer proof that this is a great time to buy a home — despite the economy, we recently sold out at two Polk County new home communities, and have another two on the verge of