Added on July 23, 2019
Searching for an accessible home when you're living with a disability can be a long and frustrating process, especially when you're on a budget or trying to make plans for the future. Figuring out what your specific needs are can be difficult in a new home, so it's crucial that you think about them before you begin looking. Do some research on common modifications, and find out how much you can expect to pay for a home in your area. Don't forget to check to see if you qualify for any special loans or grants, especially if you're a veteran or your partner was. For example, PennyMac VA loans are available to any former service member who served at least 90 days of active duty or at least six years in the Reserves or National Guard, and some surviving spouses of vets also qualify. Finally, keep in mind that if you can't find a home that has everything you want, you may be able to make some changes yourself.
Make a list of all the things you need to consider. Location is always a factor, as you'll likely want your new home to be close to your doctor, your family, or perhaps just your favorite restaurants. You'll also want to think about the things that will make your daily life easier and safer; if you have mobility issues, for example, a one-level home with plenty of space to move around will be important.
When you're searching for a new accessible home, here are a few things to consider.
Added on March 19, 2018Spruce Creek Fly-In 7FL6 is home to approximately 438 aircraft including single and multi-engines, jets and helicopters, surrounded by over 1,300 homes, an airport restaurant, salon, commercial hangars and additional businesses. The newly updated Spruce Creek Country Club offers golf, sports, social and dining memberships. Country Club amenities include championship 18-hole golf course, lighted har-tru tennis courts, pickle ball, casual and fine dining, banquet facilities, fitness center, pool, children's summer camp and a large variety of social activities for both children and adults. The community features 24/7 roving security, river park, recreation areas for children, adults and four legged friends, common grounds and on-site property management. The airport boasts a newly paved 4000 x 176 paved runway with VASI lights, helicopter pad, fuel farm and various aviation businesses. This unique, Fly-In, gated, pet friendly, country club community is conveniently located 15 minutes from Daytona Beach and 1 hour from Orlando. Contact the CoastWise team of Premier Sotheby's today to find your home or condominium in this diverse, vibrant community!