Venice in Florida a vibrant city located directly on the Gulf of Mexico

Five towns and communities – one area – you will love to live here!  “Venice – Best Community to Retire ” …do you know who wrote that? Forbes Magazine. One out of 25 towns in the US that is not bad, isn’t it? Try the same with the lottery! When thinking about the Venice area it is not only the city of Venice you should have in mind: South Venice, Nokomis, Laurel and Osprey are also part of it and make the area so unique and interesting. The City of Venice […]

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Pelican Pointe Golf and Country Club in Venice Florida

Post updated in January 2018 Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club is more than “another” Community in Venice.  Pelican Pointe is an award-winning Golf Course Community with a particular focus on a relaxed lifestyle – With Style. That sounds already good, doesn’t it? But, that’s what everybody says. Nice try. Okay: For the past eight years, Pelican Pointe was featured the most desirable community – yes – and there is a reason for it: Pelican Pointe is just minutes away from downtown Venice, which is the heart of the city, […]

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Location is the Key – Bellagio, Venice Florida – the only gated community on the Island of Venice

Bellagio is the only gated community on the Island of Venice. The community of 150 homes is a private sanctuary,  with all the amenities you desire: a spacious club house with a small library, a large heated community pool, a well-equipped  exercise room, a clay tennis court, and miles of paved walking/hiking/biking trails to downtown Venice, to the beaches or along the Intracoastal Waterway – Bellagio on the Island of Venice truly offers something for everyone to love. Once you have passed the gate you will notice how beautifully landscaped Bellagio is. This […]

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Why buy a new home in Venice, FL? Emotional Factor to Newness.

Some homebuyers will take nothing less than a brand-new home with the idea that no one else has used the bathroom. Others prefer a home with character in an established and mature neighborhood. Personal preferences aside, there are pros and cons to each option. Pro’s and Con’s There is no question that some people prefer that ‘new-home smell’ and on top of that many people like to personalize their home by picking out everything from the beginning. Some buyers find it a financial incentive that buying a new home will typically require less maintenance for years to come. They love the peace of mind that comes along with the builder’s warranty. In addition, your new home is built with new efficient appliances, walls, ceiling and floors with more insulation, dual pane windows and new efficient heating and cooling systems, all of which saves you MONEY. On the financial side builders often offer some incentives like giving a credit if you use their Lender, should you finance your home purchase. The best value for a new home is available if you buy into a development when it is nearly complete. . If you need to sell in a year or two, you don’t have to compete with new construction. On the other hand, new developments have the advantage of pre-construction pricing and you will have a better choice of premium lots. You should consider staying in that house for a longer period […]

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