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Marion County is often called the crossroads of Florida, and rightly so. Its location in the north-central part of the state puts it within an hour or two of major metropolitan areas. Ocala is at the hub of the system of federal and state highways that crisscross the county. Area residents enjoy ...
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The Ocala Chamber of Commerce hosted a Fish Fry on July 14th with over 1,000 people attendance. The 32nd Annual Chamber Fish Fry and Corn Boil was presented by Embarq. The theme "Escape to Tiki Island" was highlighted by a group of "castaways" welcoming chamber members to the event. ...
One of the best things I enjoy about living in Ocala is all the fun things you can do. We live in such a beautiful part of Florida, which offers you not only perfect weather, but also offers you some fun things to do and for FREE! Take a look at what all Ocala has to offer all year around!Play ...
If you have never attened a National Nite Out, then you are in for a treat! This program is normally organized by the local police department and in the past has been a huge success! A great way to meet your neighbors and enjoy friendship.Ocala's National Nite Out is scheduled for August 1, 200...
A house that "sparkles" on the surface will sell faster than its shabby neighbor, even though both are structurally well maintained. From experience, REALTORS® also know that a "well-polished" house appeals to more buyers and will sell faster and for a higher price. Additionally, buyers feel more...
WASHINGTON (June 27, 2006) –The Flood Modernization and Reform Act (H.R. 4973) passed by the House of Representatives yesterday will strengthen the protection of property owners against flood related disasters and provide flood insurance to millions of homeowners across the country, the National ...
A year or two ago, pricing a house was simple. Sellers only had to look at what their neighbors were charging, add 10% and wait for the bidding wars to begin.Now that the market has grown uncertain, homeowners are at more of a loss when deciding what price tag to put on their property. So in an a...