New Home Purchases Up Sharply In January 2014

Posted by admin February - 18 - 2014 - Tuesday ADD COMMENTS

New home purchases were up sharply in January. According to the The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) sales of new single-family homes were running at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 543,000 units in January 2014. (data from MBA’s Builder Applications Survey).

The Mortgage Bankers Association estimated 38,000 new home sales in January 2014. That’s a 36 percent increase from the level of 28,000 units in December 2013 .The estimated 543,000 unit annual sales pace in January was a 35 percent increase from December’s pace.

This conflicts with data showing a decrease in existing home activity. However it is in line with what builders are reporting.

Mortgage applications for new home purchases are up by 27 percent relative to the previous month.

SoliVita New Construction is also booming right now. If you are looking for a Florida 55+ Active Adult Community then come check out SoliVita. We’d love to show you around Florida’s World Class Active Adult Community..

The 55+ Active Adult Community Real Estate Market Is Booming!

Posted by admin February - 6 - 2014 - Thursday ADD COMMENTS

Hi Folks, Here’s a good article from the Florida Association of Realtors. Confidence in 55+ housing market at 7-year high Click the link for the full article. Here’s a snippet.

WASHINGTON – Feb. 4, 2014 – Builder confidence in the 55+ housing market for the fourth quarter of 2013 is up sharply, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) latest 55+ Housing Market Index (HMI) y.

All segments of the market – single-family homes, condominiums and multifamily rentals – had strong increases compared year-to-year. The single-family index increased 20 points to a level of 48, which is the highest fourth-quarter reading since the inception of the index in 2008, and the ninth consecutive quarter of year-over-year improvements.

“We’re seeing continued improvement in the 55+ housing market because consumers have gained confidence in the economy and are able to sell their current homes and move,” says Robert Karen, chairman of NAHB’s 50+ Housing Council and managing member of the Symphony Development Group. She expects builder optimism to continue through 2014.

There are separate 55+ HMIs. Each focuses on different segments of the 55+ housing market: single-family homes and multifamily condominiums. Each HMI measures builder sentiment based on a survey that asks if current sales, prospective buyer traffic and anticipated six-month sales for that market are good, fair or poor (high, average or low for traffic). An index number below 50 indicates that more builders view conditions as poor than good.

All of the components of the 55+ single-family HMI showed significant growth from a year ago: present sales climbed 26 points to 53, expected sales for the next six months rose 24 points to 62 and traffic of prospective buyers increased 9 points to 33.

The 55+ multifamily condo HMI posted a gain of 16 points to 35, which is the highest fourth-quarter reading since the inception of the index. All 55+ multifamily condo HMI components increased compared to a year ago. Present sales increased 20 points to 37, expected sales for the next six months increased 15 points to 40 and traffic of prospective buyers increased 9 points to 30.

The 55+ multifamily rental indices also showed strong gains in the third quarter. Present production increased 12 points to 43, expected future production rose 12 points to 46, current demand for existing units increased 16 points to 54 and future demand increased 16 points to 55.

“The 20 point year-over-year increase in 55+ HMI for single-family homes matches earlier gains in the NAHB/Wells Fargo HMI for the overall single-family market and surpasses the more recent gains in the other housing segments,” says NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe.

© 2014 Florida Realtors®

This is certainly in line with what is going on in SoliVita right now. SoliVita is launching new models and selling quite a bit of new construction right now. If you are 55 and older and looking to change your lifestyle then do yourself a favor and check out SoliVita. I did 4 years ago and life has never been better. Staying active had made a tremendous difference in my life. So…come on down to SoliVita and I’d be happy to show you around.

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Discovery Days at Solivita – Experience what’s new at Solivita for only $99! Time is running out as this particular promotion is only available until 2-28-2014

Come live like a resident during a 3 Day / 2 Night stay in Central Florida’s beautiful retirement community, Solivita. For only $99 from now through February 28, 2014 you will have an opportunity to discovery the life you can have for a really great price!

Take advantage of this Discovery Days offer at Solivita to stay in one of our well appointed villas and speak with our friendly sales staff. Enjoy complimentary lunch and dinner, use all Solivita recreational facilities and your very own personal golf cart during your stay.

Pop me an email and I can get this set up for you. We can also arrange to show you some of the available resale homes in SoliVita.

Upcoming Fitness Events For Solivita Residents

Posted by admin January - 17 - 2014 - Friday ADD COMMENTS

The New 55+ Active Adult

Upcoming Wellness Events at SoliVita. Florida World Class 55+ Active Adult Community.

Monday, January 6th, 13th, and 27th 10AM Caspian Room

How to Remember Names and Faces Series: Contact Norton Hyman at 863-547-4484 to sign up

Wednesday, January 15th 9AM-12PM RSF2

Free Skin Screenings: Associates in Dermatology. RSVP to Sandra Helleu at 800-827-7546, ext. 3220

Wednesday, January 29th 9AM RSF2

Heart and Vascular Institute: Dr. Siddiqui

Wednesday, January 29th 2PM RSF2

Annuities: New York Life. Contact Elisiane Ramos for more information at eramos@ft.newyorklife.com

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Retirement Homes in Orlando Florida

Posted by admin January - 13 - 2014 - Monday ADD COMMENTS

Many retirees are drawn to Central Florida, specifically the Orlando and Kissimmee areas. These folks relocate to Florida for its temperate climate and easy living. Our nation’s baby boomers are coming into their retirement years, and they are a part of this group. Modern trends are shifting to accommodate the lifestyles and needs of this largest segment of our population and the SoliVita located in Kissimmee Fl is a perfect example.

Florida’s Orlando area has Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World and is within 60 minutes of pristine beaches and beautiful natural landscapes. Life here can only be described as “Treasured Living.” The museums, restaurants, theatres, night clubs, recreational activities, and close-knit communities will add color, and vibrancy to your life!

When it comes to retirement, everyone has their own idea of what they want their retired living to look like. Some will want to live in larger, more metropolitan areas filled with lots of constant activity, while others want to get away and slow things down a bit. The type of housing desired, will also vary among individuals from condominium living, to manufactured home parks to large waterfront homes. Another consideration for folks coming into their well-earned retirement years is the opportunity to engage in the activities that they enjoy most such as golfing, fishing, boating, shopping, hobbies, and entertainment. The Orlando area can offer a wide-range of options to ensure that your retirement years are truly “Golden,” as you rightfully deserve.

Consulting with an Orlando Realtor is an excellent way to begin the search for your retirement real estate. As your Orlando Realtor I am quite knowledgeable about all of the housing and amenities available throughout the area, and thus, can be a great help as you decide where you would like to live, and what your retirement will mean to you.

If you enjoy an active lifestyle, you might consider relocating to SoliVita. Florida’s Premiere Active Adult Retirement Community for folks over 55 located in Kissimmee Fl.

SoliVita. The place for active adults to enjoy all that Florida has to offer. Amenities include 2 par 72 golf courses at Stonegate Golf Club. The Riviera Spa and Fitness Center with full gym, indoor track, indoor aquatic center, 2 out door spas, heated pool, dance studio and much more.

Also enjoy the Village Center with its restaurants, 17,000 sq ft Starlight Ballroom, pool hall, ceramic and art studios and waterways for canoeing, boating and fishing. And as if that’s not enough there are 11 heated pools through out the community.

And the new Palms Amenity Complex with it’s state of the art fitness studio and 4,000 sg ft pool. Professional staff on site. Oops! I forgot to mention the tennis courts, pickle ball courts, horse shoe pits, dog park, softball fields and nature preserves. You really just need to come have a look. Houses from the low 100s to mid $500s.

If a 55+ community isn’t for you, and you would rather be among families or professional singles, there are plenty of alternative solutions for your perfect retirement destination. Let me know how we can help you find your perfect Florida Retirement Home.
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SoliVita Properties For Sale

Posted by admin January - 10 - 2014 - Friday ADD COMMENTS

Hi folks. As of this morning there are 104 homes listed for sale in SoliVita. CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF SOLIVITA HOMES FOR SALE. The lowest priced home for sale in SoliVita is $94,500 for 1258 sq ft of living space. It’s located in Venezia at SoliVita. The highest priced home in SoliVita is priced at $475,000 for a 2999 sq ft pool home.

Out of the 104 homes for sale in SoliVita there are only 10 SoliVita foreclosures. CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF SOLIVITA FORECLOSURES. SoliVita foreclosures can be purchased for a low of $94,500 and a high price for SoliVita foreclosures is $230,000.

There are also three SoliVita Short Sales available starting at $118,000. CLICK HERE FOR SOLIVITA SHORT SALE PROPERTIES.

SoliVita new construction is available form the mid 100s to high 400s. CLICK HERE FOR SOLIVITA NEW CONSTRUCTION.

Folk don’t go it alone. I live work and play in SoliVita and can assist you with the purchase or selling of any SoliVita home including new construction.
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Why Baby Boomers Are Buying In 55+ Active Adult Communities

Posted by admin January - 7 - 2014 - Tuesday ADD COMMENTS

did you know that nearly 80 million Baby Boomers are edging ever closer to retirement? In fact, about a hundred thousand Baby Boomers who have chosen early retirement will be receiving their first Social Security checks next month. The outlook for these retirees and those who come after them has never been brighter. Although each person’s situation is different, as a whole, this generation will have a quarter of a century of retirement to look forward to, and will bring to retirement an unprecedented level of affluence and continued good health. Because they want to ensure a comfortable retirement, droves of Baby Boomers are snapping up homes in 55+ Active Adult Communities in interesting locales across the United States.

Boomers are Value Conscious

While this generation might be financially more well off than their predecessors, it doesn’t mean that they’re spendthrifts. On the contrary, it seems as though they’re very aware that their longevity means that they have to be careful with their assets to ensure that they’ll have enough money for retirement. As a result, the trend is for Baby Boomers to want retirement homes in Active Adult Communities that offer the amenities they are looking for.

Location, Location, Location

Part of the process of finding the right Florida Active Adult Community is finding the right location. Current trends indicate that Baby Boomers are choosing to buy “lifestyles”.  Few are able to afford to buy or build Malibu beach houses or Manhattan penthouses. Instead, they are electing to go where property prices and property taxes are low. But – and this is an important factor – they want many of the amenities that make retirement living relaxing and rewarding. So, for example, they look for a Florida Retirement Home in or near a golf community, or lake land that affords them wonderful opportunities for fishing. They often opt for land in areas that are going to be developed into private communities, replete with lakes, rivers, recreation centers, and nature trails. Most importantly, they don’t want to be “snowbirds,” living winters in one area and summers in another. Instead, they want mild temperatures that they can enjoy year-round.

Unlike previous generations, Baby Boomers know what they want and have the means to achieve it. Buying into affordable 55+ Active Adult Communities is just the first of many trends to come.

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I am living in the fifth house I have purchased during my 28 years of home ownership. To some that may seem like a lot of houses, to others it may seem like I’ve just started. The simple fact is we Americans move a lot… 11 or 12 times in a lifetime depending on whom you consult. Chances are you are going to purchase a house during quite a few of those moves and somewhere along the line you may have the opportunity to build a new home. Or you may be looking for the perfect retirement community in Florida.

Should you buy a new home?

Everyone has fantasized at some point about his or her dream retirement home. You may want closets big enough to live in; a bathroom that doubles as a spa; a kitchen in which you could produce programs for the Food Network But, as in most fantasies, there is usually some epic journey required to achieve the goal. And building your dream home in SoliVita  follows that plot line all too closely.

But isn’t it the dream that makes the quest worthwhile? Yes, if you can weather the storms and battles along the way. And the determination to keep moving forward is usually a function of a strong will and a big heart. But it helps to use your head before you set off on your personal version of “The Lord of the Rings.”

It is likely that you have options when you begin the process of buying a home in SoliVita. There are existing homes in SoliVita that are affordable and that may meet your needs. But there are always things about any property or house that don’t exactly meet with your approval.  It is virtually impossible to buy an existing home without making compromises. However the savings on pricing will help offset this.

Building a new home in SoliVita allows you to imagine, design and build the home that accommodates needs and amenities that are important to you… within a budget of course. And that is one thing that must be considered. A new home will be more expensive, on a cost per foot basis, than an existing one. That is due to the cost of land, the price of building materials and labor expense.
The ongoing costs associated with an existing house are more predictable. However, there will likely be more maintenance expense than for a new house and energy costs tend to be higher with older properties because newer homes are more energy efficient.

Commuting costs may be an issue. Developers must go further and further out to find enough land to accommodate a new subdivision. That may mean higher costs for commuting to work and to access other businesses and venues that may be closer to the nearest major population center. You should consider this from both a monetary perspective and to determine if you are comfortable with an additional investment of time.

If your new house is built in a subdivision there may be ongoing fees required. In addition, there may be covenants that are designed to protect property values that may apply serious restrictions on your ability to enhance your home and/or your property down the road.

Beware of construction delays! Building contractors are notorious for setting deadlines they miss and making promises they can’t keep. Make sure you do some thorough research about the builder and his track record before you commit. Weather is always unpredictable and may have an effect but that should be factored in from the start.

A new subdivision can be a hornet’s nest of building activity.  If you move into your home early in the process be prepared for hammering, sawing, trucks, mud and general chaos for quite a while as the subdivision progresses. This is a lifestyle issue and is a temporary inconvenience. But some have found this level of activity disconcerting and disruptive especially when they are settling into their “dream home” and trying to savor the experience.

If you build new be prepared to stay for a while. With new construction all around you it would be difficult to compete with the rest of the properties available for others who want to build a house from the ground up. You would have to make it worth their while and that usually means a compromise in price.

All this being said (and trust me there is more that could be said) there is nothing quite as satisfying as showcasing your new SoliVita home to family and friends that you designed and built and that reflects your unique vision and personality. If you survive the journey, you will likely have turned your fantasy into reality.

So….whether you are looking for a new or a resale home in SoliVita then give us a call. We can assist with both.

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Real Estate Market Predictions For 2014

Posted by admin January - 4 - 2014 - Saturday ADD COMMENTS

Experts Predict 2014 Housing Market
2013 Real Estate Review, Buy, Sell

By: Michele Lerner

The U.S. real estate market made a robust comeback in 2013, surpassing expectations of many economists, as the combination of low inventories and historically low interest rates caused home prices to rise and even helped fuel bidding wars in some markets, surpassing the expectations of many economists. While positive trends, such as increasing home values, are expected to continue into 2014, mortgage rates are also expected to rise in the coming year and could put a damper on home buyers’ abilities to afford new homes.

Looking back at some 2013 data can give us a hint of the year ahead:

Predictions – Inventory

1. Inventory Should Gradually Stabilize and Return to Traditional Seasonal Levels

The beginning of 2013 could be characterized as the “year of low inventory” as buyer demand ramped up and homeowners waited for further price increases and evidence of a solid economic recovery before putting their homes on the market. The year began with a significant shortage of inventory (reported by realtor.com®), and then as early as February the level of shortages started to decline slowly. As 2013 comes to a close, inventory is approximately the same as a year ago. However, homes are selling faster than in 2012, with the median age of the inventory down by 11 percent.

2. More Homeowners Are Likely to Return to Positive Equity

Rising prices helped 2.5 million homeowners who were previously underwater regain positive equity status during the second quarter of 2013. However, approximately 7.1 million homes were still in negative equity at that time and an estimated 10 million homeowners, or about 21.1 percent of all homeowners with a mortgage, remained “under-equitied,” with less than 20 percent in home equity. The good news is that prices are expected to continue rising in 2014, which will lift more homeowners into positive territory. According to realtor.com®, median list prices for homes in October rose 7.57 percent above the same month of 2012.

3. Mortgage Rates Are Expected to Rise

Mortgage rates increased approximately 100 basis points in 2013 and are likely to rise in 2014. The new chairman-designate of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, is expected to continue the policies of Chairman Ben Bernanke, including keeping mortgage rates low by buying blocks of mortgage-backed securities. However, the Fed has considered tapering its bond-buying activity as the economy improves, which could lead to a slight increase in interest rates.

Predictions – Foreclosure

4. Foreclosure Activity Is Expected to Slow

Foreclosure sales are likely to play a minimal role in the housing market in 2014. September 2013 was the 36th consecutive month with a year-over-year decrease in foreclosure activity. Foreclosure inventory has dropped to multi-year lows, down nearly 33 percent since the end of 2012. Foreclosure starts were down 39 percent in the third quarter of 2013 to the lowest level since the second quarter of 2006.

5. Further Declines in Home Affordability Are Expected

The National Association of REALTORS®’ Home Affordability Index, which compares home prices with income, dropped to a five-year low in 2013 as price increases outpaced income growth. If the U.S. economy begins to grow at a faster pace and incomes begin to rise, though, the affordability index will slide further from rising mortgage rates.

While no one can predict with certainty what the housing market holds in store for 2014, a constant in real estate is always that local markets vary widely in their performance. National numbers can tell a story about the economy in general, but home prices, inventory and foreclosure activity depend on local market conditions.

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Downtown SoliVita at Sunrise

Downtown SoliVita at Sunrise

So how great is that? I have lived in SoliVita since 2010 and have found SoliVita to be everything I expected and more. My wife and I LOVE SoliVita. This coming from a country boy who is used to having plenty of room to roam.

For us Solivita is a 55+ Active Adult Community. We didn’t retire when we moved to SoliVita we just rearranged our priorities.

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Two Celebration Golf Management communities named to 55 Places List of Top 25 U.S. Retirement communities

ORLANDO, Fla. — Kings Ridge in Clermont and Solivita in Kissimmee were both named among the nation’s Top 25 retirement communities by the website “55 Places,” a leading U.S. referral resource for retiring adults. Continue reading

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