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North Port makes Forbes’ “best places” list STAFF REPORT Published: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. Last Modified: Monday, September 23, 2013 at 1:06 p.m. NORTH PORT – North Port ranked No. 92 out of 200 cities on Forbes Magazine’s just-released 2013 annual Best Places for Business and Careers. On Forbes.com, editors cite job growth, an educated work force and medium home prices as factors. They also mention North Port’s natural features, such as Myakkahatchee Creek, Myakka Forest and Warm Mineral Springs, and its arts center and performing arts center. North Port is also credited with being in the same metropolitan area as Sarasota and Bradenton for “other points of interest” that include the Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota Jungle Gardens and the Charlotte Sports...Read More
The real estate market has definitely changed here in Southwest Florida. We have come a long way since the Great Recession. Hamsher Homes motto through the very difficult times was “Still Here, Still Building”! We never closed our doors, we stepped outside the box and took on more remodeling and addition work than ever before. But with a brand new season, this summer we have seen our new home sales explode as we have more new clients wanting a Hamsher Home than in the past several years!!! We thank you for hanging in there with us as the housing slump is behind...Read More
HAMSHER HOMES has just been voted as the BEST BUILDER in the Englewood area for 2013!!!! This makes three years in a ROW!!! Come see our new model at 8575 Gasparilla Rd., Port Charlotte FL...Read More
Port Charlotte, Florida, one of the 10 best places in the nation to retire ! U.S.News & World Report Have dreams of retiring with an ice-cold beverage in hand, while fishing off the waterfront of your own backyard – all without breaking the bank? Look no further than Port Charlotte. U.S.News & World Report this week named Port Charlotte one of the 10 best places in the nation to retire for its affordable housing and proximity to the water. Still licking the wounds of Florida’s housing bust, Port Charlotte has some of the best bargain busters for retirees looking to settle down in the Sunshine State, the magazine said. No other town in Florida made the annual list, which also featured Pittsburgh, PA., Ithaca, N.Y, and Lincoln, Neb. “Most people realize you get the same weather as Longboat Key or Sanibel, but it’s a lot less expensive,” area Realtor Bob Gray said. “Once they get here, they see how nice it is and the prices are a good reason...Read More