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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…
IBS 55+ Awards
January 22, 2018
AV Homes recently received a total of nine National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2018 Best of 55+ Housing Awards from the NAHB's 55+ Housing Industry Council. Winners were announced at the 2018 NAHB International Builders' Show in Orlando, Florida.
November 29, 2017
For today’s Active Adults, there’s no compromising on Health and Fitness There’s a lot of careful planning that goes into the development of a new Active Adult community. In addition to the look, style, and size of the homes, and the communal amenities offered there, something else frequently is high on the list of must-have components, and that’s health and wellness centers. Health and fitness are top issues for today’s 55-plus community, because this is a demographic that’s i…
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 …
September 27, 2017
This might sound like a contradiction to some people: in July, home sales across the country fell. But at the same time, home prices went up, and housing market analysts are predicting a very robust fall season. How can sales be falling if the housing market is so healthy? That’s because the drop in sales didn’t reflect of a lack of interest among buyers -- far from it. The main reason was lack of inventory. There simply have not been enough homes on the market all year to meet the sky…