If you have been searching for a new home in Orlando, you may have noticed that home prices are rising, which is a great sign of market improvement — in addition to being a sign that, if you want to get the best deal on a home, you don’t want to wait any longer!\n\nOrlando was recently ranked number 9 in the nation on 24/7 Wall St.’s 10 Cities with the Hottest Housing Markets list. To compile this list, 24/7 Wall St. used data from Trulia to compile the metros with the biggest increase in asking prices between September 2011 and September 2012. Starting in the second quarter of 2006, Orlando was one of the hardest hit metros of the housing crisis, but in the last 12 months median home prices have gone up by 8.7 percent! That is a far greater gain than the 2.5 percent increase nationwide, and is another sign that the Orlando housing market is strongly recovering, which means that now is a perfect time to purchase a new home.\n\nHome prices are on the rise but you can still get an exceptional home at an amazing price. Highland Homes builds beautiful new homes throughout Central Florida that are affordably priced from the low-$100,000s. To make purchasing the home of your dreams even more affordable, this Orlando home builder offers qualified buyers the opportunity to move into their new home for only $99 down.\n\nAt Highland Homes we offer quality homes in the best Florida locations. Currently we build in more than 25 new home communities throughout the Orlando, Tampa and Lakeland areas. With more than 40 home designs to choose from, we have the perfect home for your needs and your budget.\n\nFor more information on our beautiful homes and to find your perfect home in Orlando, visit the Highland Homes website!
Location, home designs, features and prices are subject to change without notice. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievment of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.