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    Top Ten Places to See Holiday Lights in Central Florida – 2021 edition

    By Admin | November 28, 2021

    If you’re starting to fill your calendar with holiday events, make sure these get added to the list. Read More

    Orlando Housing Market Recap: June 2021

    By Admin | July 17, 2021

    The housing market is still hot for summer! Median prices are still trending upwards, and so are home sales. Read More

    Top Ten Places to See Holiday Lights in Central Florida – 2020 edition

    By Richard Varner | November 30, 2020

    When temperatures drop below 80 degrees, Floridians know the holidays are close. Many of us start decorating for the holidays right after Halloween and start planning holiday-themed activities. We start working on our family Christmas cards, make holiday travel plans, and look up the best places to see holiday lights. We may not get a... Read More

    Top 10 Things to do in Orlando this Fall – 2020

    By Paul Michelotti | October 10, 2020

    Looking for something to do this fall in Orlando? Here are our picks for the Top Ten Things to do in Orlando in Fall 2020. Walt Disney World While Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween has been cancelled, there is still plenty of festive fall fun happening at the parks. Magic Kingdom is allowing guests of all ages... Read More

    Economic Impact of Buying a Home in Florida

    By Paul Michelotti | April 6, 2020

    How is the housing market in your state affecting our local economy? The real estate industry accounted for $227.3 billion or 21.9% of the gross state product in 2018.   This includes aspects like home construction costs, real estate brokerages, mortgage lending, and title insurance. When you buy a home, you’re making an impact that is... Read More

    Resources to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

    By Paul Michelotti | March 24, 2020

    Hi. Things have CHANGED since we last spoke. It’s a whole new reality out there, thanks to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic circling the Earth. We’re staying indoors (most of us, anyway). Restaurants have closed down or become drive-thrus. Our favorite stores and businesses have shut their doors. We’re working from home – alongside our kids... Read More