Florida’s South Gulf Coast is Hot

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Maronda Homes is expanding throughout Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, and Cape Coral. They are appealing to home buyers with their scattered lot areas. Scattered lots means that Maronda Homes owns numerous lots all around the area to build on. Unlike traditional new construction communities, where a builder will build a few streets at once, these lots are typically in different areas and on different streets. This allows buyers to choose who their neighbors will be. Typically, scattered lot communities are in established areas with mature trees, neighborhood landscaping in place, neighbors already living around you and an existing community vibe. These communities allow buyers to have more control over where they want to build their new home, and they also help keep costs down. Best of all there are no HOA or CDD fees, meaning monthly payments will be more affordable.

One desirable area where Maronda is building is in North Port. This Southwest Florida city is tucked beneath a thick oak and pine canopy. North Port is rich with archeological history. Natural springs and more than 80 miles of freshwater canals are found in this up-and-coming area. North Port is convenient to all that Southwest Florida offers. Maronda’s scattered lot community is less than a half hour to Sarasota and only about an hour to Ft. Meyers. Blue ways grace the City of North Port. There is an abundance of canoeing and kayaking opportunities with nearly 80 miles of freshwater canals, nine miles of the Myakkahatchee Creek, and a portion of the lower Myakka River. Maronda Homes is offering single-family home packages from the low $200’s.

Another rapidly growing area is Deep Creek in Punta Gorda. Punta Gorda is a beautiful location where the Peace River meets the Charlotte Harbor. Both scenic and peaceful, driving through the city is always a picturesque scene. Deep Creek’s location is one of its strongest assets as it has two exit points that are very close to two different I-75 exits. Many of Deep Creek’s residents utilize the quick highway access to commute to Sarasota, Fort Myers or Venice. Deep Creek is a newer community, and many of the homes are less than 15 years old. Many natural attractions will draw home buyers to Deep Creek in Punta Gorda….

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