Why Panama City Beach’s Latitude Margaritaville is already earning national honors

Nathan Cobb The News Herald July 29, 2022 PANAMA CITY BEACH — A booming Jimmy Buffett-themed community in the Panama City Beach area already has garnered national attention. According to Minto Communities USA, Latitude Margaritaville Watersound was ranked 23rd in RCLCO Real Estate Consulting’s list of the 50 top-selling master-planned communities in the U.S. based on sales

Latitude Margaritaville community booming in Bay County, 700 homes already sold

Nathan Cobb The News Herald PANAMA CITY BEACH — The speed of development at Latitude Margaritaville Watersound in the wake of ongoing supply chain issues is nothing short of remarkable. As of Thursday, about a year since the community’s resort-styled properties hit the market, more than 700 homes have been sold, about 110 homes are occupied and 340

Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay County, Florida

Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay County, Florida Panama City, Florida – (June 14, 2022) – The Bay Economic Development Alliance, an agent of the Bay County Commission (Bay EDA), announced today that Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay

‘Great day in Bay County’: Central Moloney will create over 200 jobs at its new location

https://www.newsherald.com/ 1:18 p.m. CDT June 8, 2022 PANAMA CITY BEACH — For Becca Hardin, president of the Bay County Economic Development Alliance, Wednesday marked a milestone for the economy. That was when she, local officials and members of the community gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Central Moloney Inc. to Bay County. The Arkansas-based company will

Florida’s New property insurance rules are approved

New property insurance rules are approved Sunday, May 29, 2022 Hannah Morse Palm Beach Post USA TODAY NETWORK Even as lawmakers put the last touches on solutions to address the crumbling property insurance market during this week’s special legislative session, industry analysts and experts questioned whether the reforms will go far enough to convey immediate