Award-winning Lakewood Ranch, a 17,500 acre master-planned community, located on Florida's Gulf Coast, close to I-75. Lakewood Ranch has it all. Gourmet and family-friendly restaurants, A-rated schools, unique shops and boutiques, business parks, hospital and medical center, three different masterfully designed golf courses; an athletic center with fitness, aquatics and 18 lighted tennis courts; even Polo and Cricket clubs.  

 Sarasota is one of the best kept secrets for great places to live. Sarasota provides the art, culture, sporting activities, dining and shopping of a large city, yet it's size and the congeniality of the local people make it feel like a small town.
When you couple the amenities with the natural beauty of our bays, gulf beaches, and out east wonders, you have to consider yourself lucky to be living here. If you like the water, we have the number one beach, fabulous fishing, and perfect sailing water. If you like nature, Sarasota is home to lots of wildlife, including some of the greatest number of variety of bird species found anywhere.

This master planned community is the epitome of nature friendly residential development. Formerly owned by Bertha Honore Palmer ,one of Sarasota 's earliest residents, Palmer Ranch is Sarasota's largest master-planned community. It consists of 10,000 acres of developed land. Located in South Sarasota, Palmer Ranch offers  a variety of unique neighborhoods and a wide range of lifestyle choices.

Casual and fun. Living on the Keys is like moving to paradise. You are on the Number 1 beach in the United States. Funky Siesta Village where you can stroll from store to restaurant to bar to beach makes you feel like you are on vacation all the time.
Homes and condominiums are equally available. The key's white sand beaches that look and feel like powdered sugar make these islands highly desirable for investment, vacation or year round living.

You will find a diverse and thriving economic environment in the Bradenton area. Many major corporate entities have chosen to locate here including Feld Entertainment parent to Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus and the Ice Capades. Tropicana orange juice was founded here and remains one of the major employers. Port Manatee promises to bring more   economic development to the area making its mark as a major transportation hub.   

Sleepy Parrish was first named Oak hill after the tall oaks that dot the landscape. The first settlers to arrive here came in 1850, finding the temperate climate and agriculture opportunities more to their liking. The city of Parrish remains quietly rustic with more homes, shopping and urban conveniences added monthly. Very conveniently located close to interstate 75, Parrish offers easy access to Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch and the beach islands. Perfect for raising a family away from the hustle and bustle of the larger cities.