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Ten Newest MLS Listings in Venice

Venice Florida Map Graphic

Ten Newest MLS Listings in Venice! Along with the listings we are featuring a FREE subscription to Market Reports which track home market statistics and are updated weekly to keep you in the know. Venice has undergone a considerable facelift with new buildings dotting the landscape, with a mixture of older well-preserved buildings and shops.…Read More »

Ten Newest MLS Listings in Port Charlotte

Port Charlotte Florida Map Graphic

Ten Newest MLS Listings in Port Charlotte – Homes for Sale! CENTURY 21 Almar & Associates is featuring Port Charlotte and their newest listings for that area.  Port Charlotte is located directly on Charlotte Harbor and reaches west towards North Port and east over the Peace River bridge to Punta Gorda. You’ll find a variety…Read More »

Ten Newest MLS Listings for Punta Gorda

Punta Gorda Florida Map Graphic

Ten newest MLS listings for Punta Gorda! CENTURY 21 Almar & Associates is featuring Punta Gorda and their newest listings for that area.  Punta Gorda has undergone a considerable facelift after the onslaught of Hurricane Charlie in 2004.  New buildings dot the landscape, with a mixture of older newly renovated buildings that existed before the…Read More »

Ten Newest MLS Listings for North Port

North Port Area Map Graphic

Ten Newest MLS Listings for North Port are featured in our blog, along with the ability to subscribe to FREE Market Reports which are updated regularly.  North Port has been touted as one of the most affordable places in the nation to live.  Residents enjoy a variety of new shopping and dining venues, as wells…Read More »

Selling Your Home

Keys to Selling Your Home

Selling your home?  No matter where you live or are selling your home, there are simple things that play an important role in how welcome your potential buyers will feel. Showing off your home in its best possible light is extremely important, so pay attention to the little things! Consult the list below or contact…Read More »

Organize Your Home to Make Room for Holiday Memories

Holiday Decor and Your Home

It is never too early to begin preparing your home for holiday gatherings. Be sure to think about how many guests you will be having well in advance so you can prepare enough seating and clean and organize the rooms that need attention. Keep in mind that kids really do enjoy their own special place…Read More »

The Housing Supply is Looking Greener

The housing supply is looking greener with the construction of eco-friendly homes moving into the mainstream. About 20%, or one in five of the homes built last year were “green,” according to a study by McGraw Hill Construction. What’s more, researchers predict green homes to make up 29 percent and 38 percent of new homes…Read More »

Small Changes Look Big in Your Home

decorating and updating your home

Small Changes Look Big in Your Home! Maybe when you bought your home, you dreamed of growing old there. You envisioned future generations coming to visit and saw yourself establishing lifelong neighborhood friends. However, as much as you still love it, over time, your home may have gotten a little worn in areas, or you…Read More »

Home Trends are Moving Toward Upsized Homes on Downsized Lots

Back Yard Patio Photo

Home trends are moving toward upsized homes on downsized lots. With more Americans showing preferences for bigger homes once again, even if it means squeezing the home on a small lot, according to the first quarter Institute of Architects’ Home Design Trends Survey. The most recent survey focused on home layout and the use of…Read More »

Home Mortgage Options When Refinancing Your Home

Finding a refinance rate for your home

Home Mortgage Options When Refinancing Your Home Have you considered refinancing your home lately? If so, you are not alone. According to the Freddie Mac Quarterly Refinance Report, many homeowners throughout the United States lowered monthly mortgage payments, shortened the length of their loans, and utilized fixed mortgage rates in the second quarter of 2013.…Read More »