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Wellington, Fla.: Horse Country For The World’s Elite

By Deidre Woollard | August 26, 2016 | Comments Off on Wellington, Fla.: Horse Country For The World’s Elite

With the news that Steve Jobs’ widow Laurene Powell Jobs purchased an estate in Wellington, Florida for $15.3 million in cash across the street from Bill Gates’ equestrian estate, the town of Wellington, Fla., made national headlines. Wellington, a town of approximately 60,000 around 15 miles east of tony West Palm Beach has become a […]

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Coastal Living Off Florida’s 30A: Watersound Origins’ New Phase Will Make You Want to Be a Local

By valeriejarvie | July 1, 2016 | Comments Off on Coastal Living Off Florida’s 30A: Watersound Origins’ New Phase Will Make You Want to Be a Local

If renting a house at the beach  is your family vacation tradition, chances are good you are on your way, at, or planning a trip soon to the Florida Panhandle.  As Candy Evans noted in an earlier report this month, the region encompassing Destin, Panama City Beach, and South Walton is the second largest vacation […]

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Spring Break Vacation Home Primer: Karen Wagner Sells Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

By Candy Evans | March 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

This week is spring break for a lot of peeps, and we know that a hefty slice of Dallasites and North Texans have invaded the Beaches of Walton County, Florida, those picture-perfect white sands along Highway 30-A in the panhandle of northwest Florida. And after October, we might just re-populate the place.

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Will Snowbirds Flock To U.S. En Masse If They Can Stay Eight Months Instead of Six?

By Joanna England | June 26, 2013 | Comments Off on Will Snowbirds Flock To U.S. En Masse If They Can Stay Eight Months Instead of Six?

Winter in Canada is a long, cold slog for the country’s 34.5 million residents. From the first snow to the final melted puddle, we’re talking 8 months, sometimes 9. Now, if you were Canadian and you owned a second home in say, Alys Beach, Florida, you’d want to trade the shoulder-high mountains of grey snow […]

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Top-5 Friday: Islamorada Means Living in The Lap of Luxury in The Florida Keys

By Joanna England | May 31, 2013 | Comments Off on Top-5 Friday: Islamorada Means Living in The Lap of Luxury in The Florida Keys

I love the Florida Keys, but Key West isn’t always the best place to spend a vacation. I mean, I love the Conch Republic and all, but sometimes I just want to watch the waves crash, do some surfing, or have a cocktail without navigating Duval Street. This island is undergoing rapid development, so now […]

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Top-5 Friday: Florida Gulf Coast Puts Up More Than a Great Basketball Team

By Joanna England | March 29, 2013 | Comments Off on Top-5 Friday: Florida Gulf Coast Puts Up More Than a Great Basketball Team

It’s March Madness, so we took a cue from our nation’s obsession with basketball to showcase some great properties in Fort Myers, Fla., home of Florida Gulf Coast University, this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament Cindarella story. In my opinion, this city is an ideal spot for a second home. There’s a great mix of rentals, […]

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