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Hello Florida, Hello Garber Communities!

Hello Florida, Hello Garber Communities!

With over a 1,000 people a day relocating to Florida, maybe you too are dreaming about starting a new life in the Sunshine State. However, with prices skyrocketing, you might also be wondering if you can afford it. At Garber Communities, we’ve earned a reputation... read more.

By Hind Kanderian on January 26, 2021
The Perfect Place to Call Home

The Perfect Place to Call Home

Garber Communities offers a range of affordable new dream homes in twelve different locations throughout the Sunshine State. And with so many different options available, including a range of spectacular floor plans and pricing, finding your new home has never been easier. When looking for... read more.

By Hind Kanderian on January 26, 2021
Paradise Village - a snowbird's paradise!

Paradise Village - a snowbird's paradise!

Leave the cold and big city behind this winter – a tropical, warm paradise is waiting for you! Florida senior living communities are the perfect destination for retirees looking for an escape and there’s one that truly stands out– Paradise Village in beautiful Lake Placid... read more.

By Brooke Jones on October 12, 2020
Garber Communities is now on Campspot

Garber Communities is now on Campspot

Garber Communities, one of Florida’s leading developers of affordable manufactured home communities and RV resorts, has partnered with Campspot.Campspot is the leading online reservation software for premier RV resorts, family campgrounds, cabins, glamping options and more. Its user-friendly interface makes it easy to book your... read more.

By Brooke Jones on August 4, 2020
A Lake Placid tradition: The Caladium Festival

A Lake Placid tradition: The Caladium Festival

If you’ve ever made the trip to Florida’s beautiful Lake Placid, you’ve heard of the city’s favorite summertime event – the Caladium Festival! As the official Caladium capital of the world, Lake Placid’s history is rooted in this unique plant. Caladium has grown in Lake... read more.

By Brooke Jones on July 28, 2020