Taylor Morrison breaks ground
on 30 showcase homes
Taylor Morrison is preparing for what it anticipates to be a busy time for home sales by starting construction nearly 30 showcase homes. Home sizes will range in square footage of approximately 1,800 to over 3,000 square feet. One might say there will be something for everyone through the offering of these homes and the fully furnished models available for tours daily.
These new showcase homes will be located in the Oak Creek, Channing Park, Avelar Creek, Verona Reserve, Lucaya, and Tortuga communities and will be available for closing by Sept. 30, 2012.
With the shortage in available move-in ready homes and price appreciation throughout the division, now is the time to buy a new home in the most desirable locations in West Florida. As of local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) resale reports for the first half of 2012, the Tampa and Sarasota market has 4 months or less of home supply and the Fort Myers and Naples market has less than 6 months of home supply.
In addition to showcase homes, buyers have the opportunity to buy a built-to-order home with Taylor Morrison and personalize the home to fit any lifestyle.
Taylor Morrison has experienced a very good year so far with over 264 permits pulled in the first half in the West Florida area and more in the works.
Today, Taylor Morrison communities are currently under construction in North America in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida and Texas. In Canada, Monarch builds single-family homes and high rise condominiums in Toronto and Ottawa.
The West Florida division (Pasco County to Collier County) has nearly 20 communities with new community announcements coming soon.
Visit any of Taylor Morrison's West Florida communities to find out about limited time pricing and incentives. To schedule a personal tour of the communities, contact 866-495-6006 or visit taylormorrison.com.
63 single-family home permits
pulled in unincorporated
Lee County during month of July
During July, contractors pulled 63 permits to build single-family houses collectively valued at more than $11.6 million in unincorporated Lee County. That compares to 56 permits issued in June and 29 issued in July 2011, according to the Lee County Department of Community Development.
Four multi-family units were permitted in July compared to 29 in June and four in July 2011.
Twenty-four new commercial permits were valued at nearly $3.7 million, compared to nearly $4.6 million in June and nearly $4.4 million in July 2011.
During July, Lee County Community Development issued 2,697 permits of all kinds for a total of 19,361for the year to date.
Lee County Community Development oversees planning, zoning, development and building services, environmental review, building inspection, and code enforcement for the unincorporated areas of Lee County.
To learn more about the department and its services, visit www.lee-county.com/dcd/
Elysium Homes Inc. moves
from Captiva to Cape Coral
Elysium Homes has moved its homebuilding operation from Captiva Island to Cape Coral and is building its first residence in the city. General contractor and company president Irina Prell opened Elysium Homes Inc. at 3729 Chiquita Blvd.
Prell owns Elysium Construction and Elysium Realty as well, and has built and remodeled homes on Captiva for several years. She now has branched out to include Cape Coral with another "Elysium," meaning a state of perfect happiness or paradise.
While Elysium Homes markets its products to all homebuyers, Prell, from Russia, is reaching out to international buyers as well as she knows the features, amenities and functional floor plans that such buyers are looking for in a new home in America.
Contact Prell at Elysium Homes at (239) 229-1111.