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Providence floor plans certified as DOE Zero Energy Ready Homes ™.
eTown has been underway for a minute now, but Providence Homes has just announced it will begin selling Zero Energy Ready Homes ™ in eTown’s Kettering neighborhood. According to Providence, their floor plans in Kettering will be “so energy efficient that all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy”.
Qualifying as a Zero Energy Ready Home ™ requires a builder to meet the guidelines put forth by the Department of Energy, and have the homes independently verified and field-tested in accordance with HERS standards.
Currently, Providence will build 12 different floor plans on 40′ or 50′ home sites. Pricing starts in the low-$300,000s.
Remember, both Kim Sandberg & Kim Tharp are eTown Certified agents, ready to help you with any questions you might have about this exciting new community. Drop us a line below for more information.
Let’s call it “business as (un)usual”.
Starting today, Florida will officially be under a stay-at-home order. Like other states with similar restrictions, we’ll be able to get out for essential activities such as grocery shopping and the like. But otherwise, we’ll be homebound, in efforts to flatten the curve.
What does that mean for real estate?
Residential real estate is considered an essential business in Florida. So real estate agents, like us, are able to continue working to help home buyers and sellers. And while business will carry on, it will be anything but “usual”. And that’s OK.
We plan on continuing to serve customers, safely and responsibly. To do that, we’ll adhere to one simple guideline:
Maximize the use of virtual tools wherever, whenever and however possible.[Read more…]
How social distancing, and the economic outlook, are impacting real estate sales in northeast Florida…and beyond.
The coronavirus is having a big impact on real estate–and every other industry–around the world. What’s happening locally, here in northeast Florida? Let’s take a look at a few current data points that help tell the story.
Suspending Open Houses
realMLS, our local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) here in northeast Florida, is temporarily disabling the Open House feature in our MLS system. This means open houses will not be officially marketed via MLS, nor will they automatically appear on syndicated websites such as Zillow, Realtor.com, this website and the like.