Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
Williamson II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
Luxurious kitchen by Highland Homes
Shenandoah II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
Shelby by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
Shelby by Highland Homes
Shelby by Highland Homes
Luxurious townhomes by Highland Homes
Shenandoah II by Highland Homes
Serendipity by Highland Homes
Serendipity by Highland Homes
Waylyn by Highland Homes
Waylyn by Highland Homes
Luxurious townhomes by Highland Homes
Luxurious townhomes by Highland Homes
Parker by Highland Homes
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Author: Kathie McDaniel

  1. Breaking News Stories to End 2011 about Florida Real Estate Are All Positive

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    More new homes being built on prime Florida real estate! Builders broke ground on a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 628,000 homes last month, the Commerce Department said Thursday, but building permits rose nearly 11 percent. This increase helps gauge future growth and has reached its highest level in 3 years. Single-family homes, which make Read more…

  2. Now Selling Tampa New Homes at Sunset Hills

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    We are excited to announce that we have expanded our presence in Pasco County and are now selling Tampa new homes in Dade City, Fl. at Sunset Hills.  Sunset Hills is not only a new community for Highland Homes, but offers a new type of product for us – through a community partnership with Pasco Read more…

  3. Highland Homes Wins Home of the Year for its Winter Haven Home at Overlook Ridge

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    The Parade of Homes is going on in Polk County, and at Highland Homes we’re pleased to announce that we have won another award for our newest community of Winter Haven homes. Overlook Ridge is located off Overlook Road just south of Dundee Road in Winter Haven. The new model center was finished just in Read more…

  4. Highland Homes, More Than Just New Lakeland Homes

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    Highland Homes’ owners, Bob and Joel Adams, are in the news again and it’s due to another success story. Highland Homes is a locally owned and operated, father and son Tampa home builder and the firm is successful due to its diversification. Not only do Bob and Joel own the successful building company, but they Read more…

  5. Affordable Lakeland Homes Make Central Florida a Desirable Location

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    Why do people find Lakeland, Florida to be one of the best places to live in the country? An affordable housing market with beautiful Lakeland homes is most likely the number one reason. In the most recent news released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) showing the most affordable places to live in Read more…

  6. Don’t Be So Quick to Say No to an ARM Loan. Still a Great Option For Many Buyers

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    With memories of the housing crisis and the negative perception many people have of the words “Adjustable Rate Mortgage,” buyers of Central Florida new homes have been afraid to consider adjustable rate mortgages, with many opting for the predictable 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. Indeed, when the housing market started its down turn, using an ARM didn’t Read more…

  7. Pasco County, Home to Two Great Communities

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    Here at Highland Homes, we’re excited about all the activity going on in East Pasco County at our two Zephyrhills locations. All of our homesites at The Greens at Hidden Creek are sold out, and a lot of construction is going on to complete the homes for the final sales in this community. The Greens Read more…

  8. Market Watch: Housing To Climb into 2011

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    A September “Market Watch” bulletin shows that housing starts increased 10.9% in August of 2010. Permits for single family homes rose 1.9%. While the report seemed to point to an upturn in the weak U.S. housing market, most economists downplayed the better-than-expected number. They pointed out that data for multi-family starts, which surged 32.2% in Read more…

  9. Home Ownership is Better Than Renting

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    A recent study showed the owning a home is better than paying rent. Why does this seem to be old news? The question has often come up and it is always the same…………..YES, its more economical to buy a Tampa new home than rent. Tampabay.com recently blogged on this subject and stated many logical reasons Read more…

  10. Home Buyers Migrate Back to Florida

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    Good news on the home front for Florida builders!  It was recently reported that Florida is beginning to see a trend of people migrating back to the state and the population from migration has increased from 2009 to 2010. This is good news for Highland Homes as we continue to be the leading, independent builder Read more…