Here is a link to the Calendar for the month.Calendar
Are you interested in what is going on inside the community? Check out the events, clubs, and things to do!
No matter the shape, size, or location of a house in the 55+ community of High Point (Brooksville, Hernando County, Florida), when it appears on the market, inquiries, and showings begin within the first 24 hours as a general rule. Listings come and go quite rapidly, and it is not unheard of for a piece of High Point real estate to list in the morning and sell in the evening. Even with this level of demand, prices remain affordable, sustaining buyer interest throughout the year. To be sure, the seasonal “snowbird” crowd is well represented here, a large number of people come here to retire and live year-round.
The sense of community is keenly felt, and perhaps this is as much a result of the management’s commitment to maintaining a clean, safe, secure, and fun lifestyle as it is to the character of the residents themselves, who, either on the golf course, in the clubhouse at a social event, or sitting on their porches enjoying the songs of birds and the pleasant weather, seem to all share a love of active tranquility, of a perfect balance of community and privacy. If any of this appeals to you, visit our High Point Community Page, or better yet, get in touch to learn more.
Remember, despite (or perhaps because of) the friendly, relaxed environment of High Point, the real estate market here is swift and competitive, so don’t delay.
It seems that everyone is talking about High Point these days, and many of those very people are buying houses there. There has been tremendous buying and selling activity in this renowned 55+ golf community (located in Brooksville, Hernando County, FL), and we receive inquiries daily pertaining to houses for sale there. Convenient to shopping, medical facilities, and Tampa, yet blessed with enough amenities to make you never want to leave. People here tend to have a content, pleasant demeanor about them that matches and contributes to the positive vibe of the community.
Need I say more? Check out the latest listings in High Point.
I’ve attached a pdf of the High Point Community Calendar of Events. Be sure to take a look at the St. Patrick’s Day celebration dinner. I am sure it will be yummy.
If you are interested in the current homes available in the High Point Community, feel free to take a look on our HomesofHernando.com website. Let us know if you need any help.
Time to ditch the winter and head south to Florida, where even in January, you can frequently step outside in shorts. High Point is a 55+ golf community with everything you need to enjoy yourself. Located in Brooksville (part of Hernando County), this community is convenient to just about anything you could want or need. New homes are being listed all the time, at great prices. HOA fees are less than $40 per month. So come in from the cold and put some spring in your step in High Point, one of the most popular communities in Hernando County.
High Point and Brookridge are both very popular 55+ golf communities, convenient to nearby major shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and medical facilities. They have similar amenities and association fees. Brookridge is approximately twice the size (both geographically and in terms of the number of homes) and is gated. Highpoint has a guardhouse but is not gated. While both are very active golf communities, for the avid golfer who prefers to play on a championship course, Brookridge may hold more appeal.
NEW YORK – Sept. 2, 2015 – Moving can be a stressful undertaking, but there are simple ways to make the process more organized. CityLab recently asked moving experts to share their top tips.
- Document all your cords: “Take photos or make notes on the way all your media equipment is set up: television, sound equipment, modems and computer equipment,” says Lior Rachmany, CEO of Dumbo Moving + Storage in New York City.
- Update your address: Streamline the change of address process by using Updater, which saves time and money by forwarding mail. It also updates numerous businesses including alumni associations, charities and professional organizations with your new address. Updater even shares moving announcements with friends and family.
- Create a pet plan: Consider leaving pets with a friend or a boarder until the move is complete.
- Schedule touch-up paint jobs: If you’re renting, you will need to see if you’re responsible for paint job touch-ups before moving out. If so, schedule a painter before the move. “Once you have a moving date set, get a painting bid and plan for the painter to be the last person in before you turn the keys over,” suggests Brendon DeSimone, author of Next Generation Real Estate. “Waiting until the last minute could be a logistical nightmare.”
- Recruit some help. Not using a mover? Make sure you repay family and friends for their help.
- Pack a “first night in the new house” box: The last thing you want to do after moving all day is dig through boxes to find your toothbrush. Designate a box for toiletries, medications, deodorant and a change of clothes so they’re easy to find.
- Suitcases are your friends: Use your large suitcases as easily transportable storage. Fill them with clothes, towels and lightweight items.
- Remember important documents: Don’t toss birth certificates or other important but easy-to-lose documents in random boxes. Make a folder to hold anything important and carry it with you.
- Strategize your layout: Label items so movers don’t put them in the wrong room. You can also make signs showing where large items need to go.
- Save all receipts: “In many cases, moving expenses are deductible from federal income taxes,” says Rachmany of Dumbo Moving + Storage. “If you’re moving because of a change in employment, you may be able to claim this deduction even if you do not itemize.” Try to keep track of all moving costs for your accountant.
Source: “13 Tips to Make Moving Slightly Less Hellish,” CityLab (Aug. 6, 2015)
Reprinted from www.floridarealtors.org
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