DAYTONA BEACH — For the sixth time in recent months, a national report has ranked the Volusia-Flagler area as one of the country’s top real estate markets to watch.
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DAYTONA BEACH — Another big piece is being added to the white hot development puzzle already taking shape just west of Interstate 95.
On Saturday, ICI Homes will hold a grand opening event to celebrate the completion of five model homes at its planned 1,200-home Mosaic “full life” community off LPGA Boulevard, just west of the Florida Tennis Center.
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“Ron has extensive knowledge and expertise of residential new home construction, and we are pleased he has joined the ICI Homes team,” said ICI Homes Chief Operating Officer Tom McCall. “We look forward to Ron guiding ICI Homes’ West Florida division through an exciting period of growth.”
In his role, Ron Ferguson will oversee the company’s communities in the Tampa region including Asturia, Bexley and FishHawk Ranch.
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Don Wilford, Northeast Florida division president of ICI Homes, said with the Baby Boomer generation so active in the new home market, it’s important for builders to give them options to suit their needs now and into the future. Those options can range from something as significant as an elevator to something as simple as a walk-in shower.
“We as a builder, maybe one out of five houses we’re doing something that makes their lives easier,” Wilford said. “Over the next few years, I think you’re going to see a lot of single-family homes that are going to have aging […]
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Spending on pet services is expected to see the largest growth for any other spending segment in the pet industry in 2017. That’s according to numbers from the American Pet Products Association, which found pet-industry spending in 2016 came in at a record high $66.75 billion, up from $60.28 billion in 2015, or a 10.7 percent growth. Spending on pet services is expected to grow by six percent in 2017.
For a lot of families, pet services includes outfitting our homes to make them more fur-baby friendly. And, more new-home builders are recognizing the increasing demand for […]
DAYTONA BEACH — Latitude Margaritaville, the Jimmy Buffett active adult community that opened its sales center on Monday, is about to get new neighbors.
ICI Homes, the Volusia-Flagler area’s largest locally based homebuilder, recently agreed to pay $21 million to acquire 1,020 acres of timberland on the south side of Granada Boulevard/State Road 40, roughly 2 1/2 miles west of Interstate 95.
The Daytona Beach-based company intends to build a 2,500-home “full-life community” on the site, the second of two it is planning immediately next to the 6,900-home Latitude Margaritaville.
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Rosemary Messina, vice president for marketing at ICI Homes, said judging by the activity from the company’s online sales center, there is continued enthusiasm for new homes.
We’re seeing the same enthusiasm throughout all our divisions. The strong real estate market is expected to continue in spite of hurricane season. If anything, people in older homes are looking to build newer, stronger homes. Click here to read article in The St. Augustine Record