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
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Shenandoah II by Highland Homes
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Serendipity by Highland Homes
Waylyn by Highland Homes
Waylyn by Highland Homes
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Tag: Central Florida new home

  1. Achieve Your Resolution – 5 Steps to Own Your Dream Home in 2019

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    Is your New Year’s resolution to own a beautiful, new home? Setting goals is a long-standing tradition at the start of a new year, and goals are a powerful step towards achieving your dreams. If one of your goals for 2019 is to own a new home, here are 5 steps to help you achieve Read more…

  2. Keeping your Household Organized for “Back to School”

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    Here in Florida, the school year has officially started. Whether you have little ones just starting school or older children, this means there are backpacks, lunch boxes, textbooks and homework assignments to keep organized – not to mention sports equipment and musical instruments, if your kids participate in those activities. Keeping everything organized is important Read more…

  3. Osceola Ranked 10th Fastest Growing County in America

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    According to an analysis by demographer Wendell Cox “the ‘burbs are back” and that is exciting news for buyers looking to purchase a Central Florida new home in metro Orlando. Why you might ask? Results of that analysis show that Osceola County is one of the fastest growing counties in America. Based on population growth Read more…

  4. When it comes to Higher Education, Lakeland Receives Top Honors

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    When searching for a Central Florida new home, education is always a deciding factor for families with children, and it can also be a deciding factor for those looking to continue their education in undergraduate and graduate programs. Lakeland is a prime location for those looking for higher education, with quality colleges and universities located Read more…

  5. Renters more Confident in Homeownership: Likely to Buy in Next Two Years

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    Central Florida new home sales progressively grew in 2012 and if Trulia’s latest American Dream survey is any indication, home sales are about to get even stronger. Millennial renters are more confident that homeownership is in their near future as the job market grows stronger. Data from the survey shows that more than one in Read more…