Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
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Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
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Willow II by Highland Homes
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Willow II by Highland Homes
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  1. Buying a New Home in Florida This Year? This Should Be Your 1st Step!

    In many real estate markets across the country, the number of buyers searching for their dream home outnumbers the number of homes for sale. This has led to a competitive market where buyers often need to stand out. One way way to show that you are serious about buying your dream home is to get pre-qualified or Read more…

  2. 5 Simple Steps to Make Your Dream Home a Reality

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    “Don’t dream your life, live your dreams” – Author Unknown Dreaming is a powerful force, and turning your dream into a goal you can achieve is a powerful step towards making your desires a reality. With the right planning, your dream home can become not just a fantasy which exists on your Pinterest boards, but Read more…

  3. Home Buying 101: What is TRID?

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    You may have recently heard your lender or a local newscaster use the term TRID. Since this term is also known as the “Know Before You Owe” rule, we thought you might want to start out by knowing what TRID is! TRID, aka the TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule, aka the Know Before You Owe rule, Read more…

  4. Rising Interest Rates on the Horizon – What Does it Mean for You?

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    Since the depths of the Great Recession more than six years ago, mortgage interest rates have been at a historical low. While the economy was depressed, the Federal Reserve kept rates low to stimulate consumer spending. Now, the economy has largely returned to normal and a Federal Reserve decision to raise interest rates should be Read more…