Owning Florida Real Estate Still the American Dream

Posted: September 28, 2011 | Categories: Communities | General Info
By Highland Homes

homeownership american dreamIt seems that everywhere you look these days there are positive news stories about the Florida real estate market. Orlando and Tampa new home prices are on the rise, Central Florida is growing in popularity; and now the latest news from The New York Times is boasting that homeownership is still an important part of the American dream, according to a recent New York Times/CBS News poll.  Support for homeownership is overwhelming with 9 out of 10 respondents saying that they are dedicated to keeping the American Dream of homeownership alive for themselves as well as others, and support programs for improving the housing market.\n\nHere at Highland Homes, we couldn’t agree more.  We have more than a decade of experience in helping buyers achieve the dream of homeownership. As Central Florida’s value leader, we offer new homes priced from the low $100,000s. Plus, with our low interest rates and signature $99 Moves You In offer, you’ll find that you can own your dream home for less than you ever thought possible. So come on by and make your dreams of homeownership come true!\n\nWhile you are out shopping around for your perfect new home, don’t forget to tour the South Lakeland homes at Belmont Park at Imperial Lakes this weekend during our Grand Opening celebration. On Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., we’re showcasing our brand-new, professionally decorated and designed Gardenia model home, plus Grand Opening visitors will receive a special incentive for $5,000 in FREE upgrades in addition to our $99 Moves You In offer.\n\nFor more information about Highland Homes and our Central Florida new home communities, visit our website.

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