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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Shelby by Highland Homes
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Tag: Tampa Bay housing market

  1. Outlet Mall to Open Summer of 2015 near Pasco County Homes

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    Residents of our Pasco County homes at Greens at Hidden Creek and Ten Oaks are about to gain a whole lot of new shopping options. By the summer of 2015, a giant outlet mall is expected to open less than 10 miles from these popular Zephyrhills new home communities. Located near Wesley Chapel Blvd. and Read more…

  2. Tampa Bay Housing Market has Strong Third Quarter

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    2013 just keeps getting better for the Tampa Bay real estate market. From new home starts to the closing rates, numbers were up again in the third quarter and appear to only be getting stronger. According to a recent report from Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm, the number of single-family homes started Read more…

  3. National and Tampa Bay Home Sales Continue to Rise

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    2013 continues to be a comeback year for the housing market as home sales continue to improve on a national and local level. In July, U.S. existing home sales hit 5.4 million, the highest number since 2009, while new home sales have risen 38 percent in the past 12 months. On a local level, Tampa Read more…

  4. Housing Market Improves as Buyers Purchase New Homes in Tampa

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    October was a great month for the Tampa Bay housing market as sales jumped and prices rose. Nearly 2,900 homes sold in October, a 35 percent increase from October of 2011, and the median sales price rose nine percent to $133,000. This progress is part of a nationwide surge as American home prices rose five Read more…