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January 22, 2018
GrowthSpotter January 22, 2018 AV Homes’ Orlando division president Ken Thirtyacre and director of architecture Stephen Yerrakadu were recently highlighted by GrowthSpotter, for the company’s introduction of virtual reality home tour technology for the launch of Stepping Stone in Poinciana. Learn more at GrowthSpotter.com…
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January 03, 2018
All through 2017, Florida’s housing market has been on steroids, with home values, prices and sales all skyrocketing. At the same time, home prices in Florida are lower than in many other large states, and much closer to the national median. Combined with Florida’s very strong economy, this has made the state a magnet for newcomers coming here in search of job opportunities -- and housing. Surprisingly, the biggest challenge for buyers hasn’t been prices, but instead the availability of…
November 29, 2017
Good salespeople, exceptional builder, says Bellalago homeowner Vandy L. Colter III, Ph.D., recently paid us the highest compliment by writing to praise the AV Homes team members who had made his home buying and building experience so memorable. We say “memorable” because after a year of living in the home he and his wife, Barbara, built in Bellalago, AV Homes’ new community in Kissimmee, Dr. Colter recalled the names of salespeople and a construction manager, commending their professio…
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October 24, 2017
AV Homes Has 10,000 Reasons to Buy Your New Home Now   Buying a new home is less daunting when you know what to expect and can minimize surprises. Resale homes often come with hidden “features” that can go beyond just the shag carpet in the living room. As a home ages, it may also begin to boast a few plumbing leaks or an HVAC system that can’t keep up with your home. Repair and replacement costs can skyrocket.   When you buy a newly built home, you’re assured of fewer …
October 06, 2017
As summer winds down in Central Florida, it’s worth noting how hot it was here – and not because of the 90-degree heat or humidity. The real heat was simmering in the real estate market. In Florida and across the nation, the real estate market was exceptionally hot this summer, with home values up 7 percent nationally. The only challenge facing the market has been a lack of inventory in most parts of the country. But at the same time, a strong economy and historically low mortgage rates a…