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10 Tips to Create Family Friendly Spaces in Your New Home

Do you have an active family? Are pets and people tromping through the house on a regular basis? Do you want an elegant space but need to accommodate a family environment? Here are 10 tips to creating those warm family friendly spaces without sacrificing style in your new Maronda Home. ...

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Does it really matter how my new home is constructed?

YES, it does matter!  The type of construction and methods employed can make a huge difference when considering a new home purchase.  There are many factors to consider when determining what type of home to purchase.  Some of the most important things to look at are environmental conditions, insurance rates, ...

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Maronda Homes encourages you to go Vote!

Every four years Americans have the opportunity to choose who will lead this great country for the next four years.  The U.S. Constitution provides for a balance of power consisting of three branches of government, the Executive (President), the Legislative (Congress), and the Judicial (Supreme Court).  This separation is designed ...

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A brand new home…and all that Jazz!

Maronda homeowners, at their Bells River Estates community, are enjoying yet another music festival this weekend, on Amelia Island.  Bells River Estates is a great single-family community located in Yulee Florida, which is only 8 miles from prestigious Amelia Island and the 2012 Amelia Island Jazz Festival.  This annual event ...

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New Bedford Model open!

Maronda Homes has just completed a new “Bedford” model home in Magnolia Glynn.  Magnolia Glynn is Maronda Homes’ latest new home community in Jacksonville, Florida.  This great new west side community features Maronda’s signature concrete block, single family homes.  This centrally located community is close to schools, shopping, and is ...

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Older Charmer Home-Possible Buyer Beware…

It’s so easy to be charmed by an older home. From intricate woodwork to antique fixtures and impressive price points, older homes are, admittedly, hard to resist. An older home, however, could ultimately make you pay big time, both in upkeep and what you’re sacrificing for it. What You Give ...

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Saving money on your next home purchase

Whether you are a first time home buyer or a “seasoned professional”, there are many things to think about when considering a home purchase. Buying a home has always been a big decision, but in the current housing climate things are even more complicated. There are many different choices and ...

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