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: Zillow

  1. The Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers

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    By Dillon Pericin Shopping for your first home? Two of the top five best markets in the nation for first-time home buyers are in central Florida. Defined by a balance of affordable home prices, low competition and strong growth potential, both Tampa and Orlando offer ideal real estate market conditions for the first-time buyer to Read more…

  2. Florida Markets Among the Best Places to Buy a Home

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    By Jennifer Riner Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or seasoned real estate investor, buying a home can be a challenging process in competitive markets across the nation. In competitive markets with low inventory, bidding wars can leave many buyers feeling discouraged and financially disadvantaged. Fortunately, for Florida home shoppers, at least two major metros Read more…

  3. Is It Better to Rent or Buy in Tampa in 2016?

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    By Jennifer Riner Last year, Zillow ranked Tampa the seventh best buyer’s market in the nation, with a median home value of $149,500. Today, home values in Tampa are at $156,000, a 10.7 percent increase in just one year. Zillow predicts home values will rise another 2.8 percent throughout the next year, further solidifying Tampa’s Read more…

  4. The Financial Questions of Buying or Renting in Tampa

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    Deciding whether to buy or rent can be a tough decision, no matter where you live. In most cases, it boils down to your financial preparedness, the length of time you plan to stay in one location and the health of the real estate market. If your credit score is decent, you have savings, the Read more…