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Dominick Donato

Dominick Donato was a dedicated employee of Maronda Homes for 17 years. Upon leaving in March 2014, he was serving as the Vice President for the Tampa division in Florida.

Grand Opening at Mandalay Grove in Merritt Island

Mandalay Grove is our brand new single-family home subdivision in the beautiful and prestigious Merritt Island, Florida.  Mandalay Grove is gated with Estate-sized lots and is located only 5 minutes from the beach in the tropical paradise of Merritt Island.  Our homes come complete with Tile Roofs, Paver Driveways and ...

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Grand Opening : The Villas at Woodsmere

The Villas At Woodsmere is our brand new town home subdivision in the beautiful and prestigious Ocoee area.  This neighborhood is within minutes to major roadways such as the Fl. Turnpike and SR 429 and SR 408 and 1 minute to the area’s hospital : Health Central.  If you have ...

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Signs of a Turn in Housing.

The timing of a housing recovery has been debated from the bulls and bears for several years now and evidence is accumulating that the optimists may finally be right. The housing market is starting to recover.  Prices are rising.  Sales are increasing.  Home builders are clearing lots and building houses. ...

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What is Your Driveway Saying About You?

Like it or not, our homes say a lot about who we are and how we feel about ourselves. That’s probably why we focus so much on curb appeal. Although most people are diligent about painting and landscaping, you’d be surprised how many overlook that great big “welcome mat” we ...

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Introducing Emerald Lakes

Maronda Homes of Central Florida is delighted to announce our newest neighborhood in Kissimmee, Florida.  Emerald Lakes will offer 103 single-family homes, starting in the $130’s.  Lot sizes are 50ft x 110ft and our award-winning home designs range from 1400sf to over 3300sf living area!  Emerald Lakes is preparing to ...

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Florida Forecasted the Top State Expected to see Housing’s Biggest Climb.

Home prices are expected to bottom later this year after falling nearly 35 percent from their 2006 peak, according to the latest data from Fiserv Case-Shiller. They also note that housing is more affordable now than it has been at any time in the last four decades. Click Here to ...

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