- Blog Archive: March, 2010

Reunion Resort & Club, a 400-unit resort located in the 2,300-acre Reunion golf community in Orlando, is now part of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts’ Wyndham Grand Collection and will be rebranded as Reunion Resort & Club Wyndham Grand Resort. Reunion Resort & Club is located six miles from the Walt Disney World Resort. It features, among other amenities, three signature golf courses, a 5-acre water park with a winding lazy river, a full-service spa and a fitness center.

“This spectacular resort significantly expands the Wyndham brand’s presence in the critically important Orlando market,” said Jeff Wagoner, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts president, in a prepared statement today.



This 4 Bed 2 Bath Grand lagoon model by Park Square Homes would make the ideal vacation home. The home has its very own private pool, full furniture package and is located only minutes from all the Orlando attractions.   Sold Price  $150,000 


Normal Owner Sale:

This refers to an equity positioned owner who is 'willing and able' to repay any existing liabilities on the home (if applicable). The key advantage to a prospective purchaser is in the response time with the potential most offers being acknowledged and accepted on the the same day.  The actual closing date is always negotiable but it is customary for a home in this position to close 5 – 30 days from the the offer date.

Short Sale:

A Short Sale is where the existing owner has liabilities that exceed the underlying property asset value. A seller can explore the option of a short sale with their lender(s) but have no guarantee that any offer will be accepted. Consequently a buyer has no guarantee (even with a full price offer) that this…

Gov. Charlie Crist and the Florida Cabinet approved the use of state lands on Tuesday that will allow Merlin Entertainments Group to build a Legoland theme park on 150 acres of land at Cypress Gardens.

“Cypress Gardens has been an integral part of Central Florida’s history since it opened in 1936,” said Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Michael W. Sole. “The purpose of this agreement is to both create jobs and maintain the cultural integrity of the land and ensure it retains its scenic and historical value.”

The new park is slated to open in 2011, bringing with it an estimated 1,000 new jobs to Polk County with a $300 million projected investment over the next five years. Florida will be home to the fifth Legoland opened worldwide. The…