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Inventories of Existing Homes are Down

The National housing data for February 2013 indicates that the market has tightened for listing inventories.  Although the data shows a month to month increase of 1.15% of the number of homes listed, the median days on the market is down to 98 days, a 9.26% decrease month over month.  ...

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All Homes Are Not Created Equal – Some are HERS

Maronda Homes ENERGY EFFICIENT homes are designed with your family in mind.  Buying a new home does not just entail a down payment and mortgage. It also includes the everyday operational costs of being a homeowner. One of the most consistent ongoing costs is the energy bill. Not all homes ...

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New Year’s Resolutions for the New Home Buyer

            Do your New Year’s resolutions include plans to buy a new home? If so, you might want to add these New Year’s resolutions to your list as you begin your new home search: 1. Obtain credit history and credit score.  It’s no secret that ...

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The Process of Finding Your New Home

Buying a home can be an intimidating investment.  When deciding, one must consider various things like how much of a down payment to put down, how big of a house to buy, custom options, and foremost- location. Maronda simplifies the process and makes buying a home less of a headache ...

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Florida Housing Market Shows Strong Improvement

CNN Money reports that housing in the Central Florida Market is up by 75% as compared to last year.  This is attributed to low inventory levels.  So people are buying new homes based on floor plans before a model home can be built.  Even in neighborhoods that had been hit ...

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The Process of Buying a Home Made Easy!

No Muss, No Fuss… the Simple Process of Buying a New Home Purchasing a new home is like walking and chewing gum at the same time.  It sounds easy enough and anyone can do it, but once you undertake the task, overthinking it or even adding outside distractions can complicate ...

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