The best time to sell really depends on your family's needs.
Looking at our automated world
When I look back 10, even 5 years ago, I am amazed at how modern and automated our world has become.
Orlando Regional Realtor Association hosts free homeownership workshop
All active military, reservists, retirees, veterans and their families are invited to learn about the homeownership opportunities.
Austin's cult following
Austin's revival started with a customer buying it, adding pie, and earning a cult following.
Board member at 17
The first and only teenager sitting on a Winter Park government board, 17-year-old Joseph Robillard has big plans for the city.
Addressing military sexual assault
Last year, 26,000 service members were sexually assaulted while serving.
A trek to Oklahoma
Longwood’s Northland Church volunteers went to Oklahoma for a week to help the tornado victims, bringing food and comfort.
Tips on finding them
Sometimes the hardest part of getting a senior discount is knowing what age qualifies as “senior.”
Assisted-living industry looking bleak
The 2013 legislative session was a disappointment for Floridians age 50 and older regarding health-care expansion.
Peace of mind deemed more important than wealth
Nearly 90 percent of adults who are 45 years or older think achieving peace of mind is more important than wealth accumulation.
Since Medicare Part D went into effect in 2006, prescription drugs have been an integral part of the Medicare benefit package.
Does taste justify the price?
Fleming’s, at the corner of Lee Road and U.S. Highway 17-92, is deservedly known as a serious steakhouse destination.
Fire, disease, and piracy
Fire, pirates and Dengue fever try to stop an Orlando cancer survivor’s Amazon adventure.
City's youngest publisher
“Running On Saint George Street” is a poetry book written by Flagler College students and compiled by Winter Park's Jenni Sujka.
Crosses Amazon to help kids
Cancer survivor Mickey Grosman crosses the Amazon to help sick kids.