It has been several years since Florida has experienced a major hurricane. Most residents remember the year 2004 when Florida experienced four major hurricanes in a short amount of time. Many were caught off guard and experienced a lot of property damage. Although you can't prevent property damage from happening, there are simple precautions that can help minimize damage to your personal and investment properties.
Commercial business and development in DeLand continues to grow and prosper. There are several things happening in the area, and we thought we would give you an update on the top five projects that are under way.
Those that have lived in DeLand for a while know that Highland Park Fish Camp has been a long time establishment in the area. The camp has been owned by the Rawlins family for over 54 years. Many have fond memories of taking their children to the catch-and-release bass pond on the property to catch their first largemouth bass. Others may remember going on a guided trip in Lake Woodruff, catching their limit of bass or crappie. Guests usually leave Highland Park with positive memories of that monster bass or simply the tranquility the property brings, along with the down home hospitality of the Rawlins family.
It's already August, and it's an election year. Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably realize that it is shaping up to be a presidential race for the record books. We've all seen the television ads and the press regarding the two leading candidates. But what about the local races? For the first time is several years, Volusia County will have a new sheriff, with several qualified candidates. Also open is a DeLand City Commissioner seat, along with other local positions that affect us locally in very important ways. Below is a brief rundown of some of those available political seats and those running for them in the DeLand area.
Swann Real Estate
Swann Real Estate has been an established part of the local community since 1987.