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Creating a Designated Study Space in Your Mount Dora Home
Creating a Designated Study Space in Your Mount Dora Home Fri, Sep 05, 2014 Back-to-school season is in full swing here in Mount Dora—for parents, that means getting back into the carpool routine, PTA involvement and early morning breakfasts. For kids, that means lots of afterschool homework! If you don’t have a designated s... Read More

Mortgage Rates at their Lowest of 2014
Mortgage Rates at their Lowest of 2014 Fri, Sep 05, 2014 Good news for the Central Florida home market: the average rate for a 30-year loan dropped to 4.1% in August, the lowest it’s been since June 2013, according to Freddie Mac. This low means good things for buyers and sellers this fall and beyond! Read More

Switching Schools: What to Remember When Relocating
Switching Schools: What to Remember When Relocating Fri, Sep 05, 2014 Whether you’re a new Mount Dora resident or are relocating to another district, transferring over school records is an important step in the moving process. Some of these records are required, while others (classwork, recommendations, etc.) are extra... Read More

6 Signs a Neighborhood Is on the Rise Fri, Aug 08, 2014 Here are some sure-fire signs of a pleasant neighborhood that may just contain bargains due to a period of transition. Try keeping an eye out for the following signs if you are trying to assess Leesburg or Mount Dora homes for sale. Read More

Wells Fargo Asks, “What Makes a Home?” for Prize Money Mon, Aug 04, 2014 Mount Dora homes and home in general play such an integral part of our lives that it is not always easy to pinpoint exactly what makes a residence a “home.” Read More

Ocala National Forest: a Local Summer Treasure
Ocala National Forest: a Local Summer Treasure Wed, Jul 30, 2014 As summer starts to wind down, you might be feeling an urge to get out and have one last summer hoorah. Whether your kids are getting antsy at the thought of school starting, or you’re due for a break, this might be the perfect time to explore a near... Read More

As Baby Boomers Retire, Florida Cities Revive
As Baby Boomers Retire, Florida Cities Revive Wed, Jul 30, 2014 Florida’s population is growing older, and an influx of retirees might be just what the state’s been missing. Despite the setbacks the recent recession posed to southbound movers, Florida cities are now seeing a pleasant resurgence—whether retirees a... Read More

Psyching You Out: How Different Colors Affect Our Moods
Psyching You Out: How Different Colors Affect Our Moods Mon, Jul 28, 2014 When you’re “green with envy” or feeling sad and blue, you’re acknowledging a very real truth: color plays a huge role in our lives! It can turn a dull dress exciting, or a scary sky pleasant—and it can also change the way we feel in the rooms of our... Read More

Fourth of July Treats and a Mount Dora Celebration
Fourth of July Treats and a Mount Dora Celebration Tue, Jul 01, 2014 Get your sparklers ready and your burgers on the grill! We love the Fourth of July, the patriotic spirit it delivers and the time we get to relax with our families. Here’s an easy treat you can make that’ll impress your family and friends at this yea... Read More

Getting Hurricane-Ready in Central Florida
Getting Hurricane-Ready in Central Florida Tue, Jul 01, 2014 Luckily, we haven’t had too much reason to worry about hurricanes this summer in Central Florida. But it never hurts to be prepared! Here’s a quick refresher on how to protect your home should a summer storm make landfall nearby. Read More

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