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New Coach Homes – Paloma, Bonita Springs


New coach homes are still available in Paloma, a gated community in Bonita Springs. First or second-floor units.
Paloma is a gated community offering attached villas, single-family homes and new coach homes. Amenities includes a clubhouse with social room, heated pool, fitness room and two tennis courts. Prices start at $238,990.
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Talis Park Naples – An Other Kind Of Luxury Lifestyle

Talis Park is an amazing and beautiful community in Naples, offering a luxury yet casual lifestyle.
Talis Park offers a splendid setting with a mixture of old world elegance combined with the American luxury and casual lifestyle.
Talis Park offers a lot of different possibilities for ownership: luxury condominiums and coach homes, villas and custom homes.
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White House: No Flood Insurance For New Homes in High-Risk Zones

WASHINGTON – Oct. 6, 2017 – The Trump administration proposed and end to federal flood insurance for new homes built in high-risk flood areas – a change that could curtail new construction in parts of Florida.

Home builders warned that the plan could stifle the economy and strongly opposed the idea. On the opposite side of the debate, climate activists praised it, suggesting it would put less people in harm’s way…
This could impact the construction of new developments in the near future.
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New Construction Could Be Delayed – SW Florida

New construction could be delayed because of Hurricane Irma.

Future homeowners, with houses currently under construction, will have to wait a bit longer than expected to move in. Hurricane Irma has set back timetables for everything from labor to supplies. The hurricane could also be costly for developers who have contracts with fixed prices.

Richard Durling, president of the Lee Building Industry Association (Lee BIA) and owner and president of Marvin Development Corp., said people should expect delays and higher costs.

“The first thing is cleanup and recovery which is what everyone is in gear to do right now,” Durling began. “Until that occurs, it will be a little slow to get back on schedule for the new constructions jobs.”
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