Set for Oct. 13 from 6-9 p.m., this evening will be a great time of celebrating and enjoying the finest food that Lake Nona has to offer.
According to insurance expert Kevin Turner, the reason Floridians pay more basically comes down to one word -- hurricanes.
Homeowners should have an idea about what their policy states, especially regarding how long they have to file a claim after an incident and whether it will affect their insurance rates.
In today's high-tech, social media world, everyone is taking videos and snapping photos. But in addition to all of those selfies, you may want to think about capturing some of your belongings on camera as part of a home inventory.
If you're interested in learning more about the Healthcare Revolution in Lake Nona, attend this forum on Sept. 13.
One of the ways the United States responds to China’s flouting of global trade norms is by creating regulations to ensure that China maintains certain standards when operating within the United States. It’s a consideration that the Trump administration should keep in mind as it continues its review of Obama-era regulations on auto emissions.
Join the Southeast Book Club to discuss our book selection for this month.
Lake Nona- Diabetes Class
Treating the mind, body and spirit is at the heart of our care model.
ORLANDO, FL.– The number one song in America was “Party in the USA” by Miley Cyrus, the number one movie was Avatar and the Pittsburgh Steelers won their sixth Super Bowl championship.
The event will take place on Sept. 20 from 8-10 a.m. at GuideWell Innovation Center, 6555 Sanger Road.
While the age of a home is a factor when it comes to homeowners insurance, most insurance companies also take into account the condition of your home, explains Kin Insurance's director of insurance product management Kevin Turner.
However, understanding the terms "actual cash value" and "replacement cost value" when it comes to your insurance, can be a huge factor in deciding what type of homeowners coverage you need.
The average homeowner might not pay much attention to the windows in their home, but homeowners in Florida should especially understand that windows play a crucial role when it comes to your home withstanding impact from hurricanes and other wind storms.
On Aug. 7, 2018, Alberto Natusch sold their four bedroom, two bathroom home at 8545 Pocasset Place, Orlando to Remijia Mercedes Reyes and Teodora Mercedes for $206,500.
On Aug. 14, 2018, Bruce Anthony and Trisha Lynn Lacharite purchased a three bedroom, two bathroom home at 11811 Batello Lane, Orlando from David J. and Samantha Clark for $370,000.
The three bedroom, two bathroom home at 8052 Edgewood Forest Drive, Orlando was sold on Aug. 15, 2018 by Gwimoon SEO and Heesun Choi for $305,000. The buyers were Rohith Reddy Banda and Ravali Koaduru.
On Aug. 17, 2018, Suess Ruthann Paul sold their three bedroom, two bathroom home at 8436 Laureate Blvd., Orlando to Bernard Patrick and Pauline Nowak for $445,000.