The Orlando housing market ended 2012 on a high note with median home prices reaching $131,800 in December 2012, up 10.76 percent from December 2011. That price was up 3.01 percent from November 2011, marking 18 consecutive months of increases for Orlando. With a median income of $54,815, the majority of home buyers can afford to purchase a new home at the median price. As a premier Orlando home builder, Highland Homes is pleased to offer new homes priced from the low-$100,000s.\n\nBuyers looking to purchase a new home in the Orlando area have three Highland Homes communities to choose from: Deer Creek, Whitemarsh and Highland Meadows. Deer Creek is located in St. Cloud and offers beautiful new homes priced from the $130,000s. Located in Leesburg, Whitemarsh offers spacious new homes priced from the $120,000s. Highland Meadows is conveniently located in Davenport and homes are priced from the very affordable $116,000s. \n\nAll three communities showcase beautiful home designs that feature three to five bedrooms and two to three bathrooms. Well-designed layouts come equipped with upscale features and finishes that include Whirlpool appliances, Mohawk stain-resistant carpeting, ceramic wall tile in bath and shower areas, and Armstrong resilient vinyl flooring. Homes are also equipped with energy-saving features as Low E double pane windows, rapid recovery hot water heater, and a 14 SEER energy-efficient heat pump with programmable thermostat.\n\nResidents of these Orlando communities will enjoy easy access to major highways making commutes to work and area attractions a breeze.\n\nHighland Homes makes purchasing a new home even more affordable with qualified buyers able to move into their home for just $99 down. In addition to Orlando, Highland Homes offers fantastic new homes in Tampa Bay, Lakeland and Winter Haven. For more information on all of their Florida communities, 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.