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Welcome to Reunion Realty, the No. 1 real estate team in Reunion Resort, we invite you to see all the great neighborhoods that we sell. Our real estate office is a full service brokerage representing both buyers and sellers for Reunion homes. This destination vacation resort community is located near Disney World and offers world-class amenities.

Check out the amazing amenities of owning Reunion Real Estate:
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Waterpark
  • Fine dining
  • Shopping

Nothing speaks of great vacation like the Orlando area. When buying a home for sale near Disney World there are endless opportunities for fun, this world-class is an excellent place to visit or stay for a lifetime.

Reunion Resort real estate offers the perfect location to enjoy all there is to see and do in Orlando. Owning a condo, townhome, or home in the community and having a Reunion Resort Golf membership will allow owners and their guests access to three fantastic golf courses and all the amenities offered in this one of a kind resort community. If you are looking for Reunion homes for sale, then the professionals at Reunion Realty can help all your real estate needs – whether you are buying or selling real estate.

Reunion Realty’s excellent customer service, and expert knowledge makes it easy to come home or come back for a vacation. Having a thorough understanding of the many facets and components of these fine communities, they can provide you with the most up-to-date information about Reunion Resort homes for sale. Start your journey today by calling one of our Reunion real estate professionals at 888-835-3702.
TJ Cosgrove
TJ Cosgrove
Reunion Realty
TJ Cosgrove, Broker
1420 Celebration Blvd.
Suite 200, Celebration
Florida 34747

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The Bear’s Den Club by Jack Nicklaus


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Reunion Resort announces their newest luxury community, The Bear’s Den Club in Orlando, Fla.  Launching in December, The Bear’s Den Club will give vacation home buyers, renters and avid golfers the unique opportunity to invest in the first-ever vacation rental community inspired by golf legend Jack Nicklaus.

Reunion Resort is known as an upscale traveler’s retreat and The Bear’s Den Club will provide the multigenerational family and golf enthusiast with an exclusive experience that includes personal input from Jack Nicklaus and will represent the level of excellence long associated with this icon.

The last piece of world-renowned Reunion Resort, The Bear’s Den Club will be a gated enclave featuring Orlando’s highest-end vacation homes with breathtaking panoramic views. The development will include privately owned vacation homes surrounding the 18th hole of Reunion Resort’s Tradition Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and one of almost 300 golf courses he’s helped design worldwide.  The Bear’s Den Club — located in Orlando’s tourism corridor just a few miles from Walt Disney World, Universal and SeaWorld — will be the first vacation home project bearing the personal touch of the Golden Bear.

With Reunion’s proximity to Orlando’s main attractions, there are many people that come through the resort area each year,” Nicklaus said. “Travel enthusiasts look for a place to play, stay, eat and golf with their entire families. I hope The Bear’s Den will provide a unique experience for guests and I look forward to seeing it come to fruition.”

The Bear’s Den Club owners and renters will have access to Reunion’s restaurants, three golf courses, driving ranges, pools, tennis pavilions, water parks, a fitness center and biking and hiking trails. A private Bear’s Den Clubhouse will serve up the ultimate Jack Nicklaus experience, with memorabilia commemorating his record-setting career.

Read the full article HERE

Housing Market Home Price Declines


New Studies report that the the likelihood of home price declines across the United States over the next two years remains very low – only 4 percent, according to the Fall 2016 Housing and Mortgage Market Review published by Arch Mortgage Insurance Company.

The overall risk is only 4 percent, and on the decline. One year ago, the risk was 6 percent; two years ago, it was 13 percent. In Florida, the two-year risk of a housing price decline is only 2 percent. Despite the low overall risk of home price declines,  some areas of the U.S. have decelerating home price growth and remain at heightened risk for home price declines. Those areas are generally the energy-extraction  states.

Some underlying issues that continue to hold back the housing sector, ranging from weak wage growth to skyrocketing student debt, strong dynamics are now in place that will continue pushing up home prices faster than inflation for the foreseeable future. A positive housing market today includes affordability, job growth, a shortage of housing, rising rents and underpriced or fairly valued housing in most areas of the country. Given these positives for home prices, it isn’t surprising that there is a low probability home prices will decrease in two years.”

The report presents the state- and metro-level Arch MI Risk Index. The company bases its risk assessment on recent economic and housing market data.


Read the full story HERE!

July 4th Celebrations


Reunion Resort & Club will be hosting a Star Spangled Celebration over the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend! Please see below for an outline of all the exciting  events planned:

Saturday, July 2

Water Park Bounce House Party with several inflatable rides and games, DJ entertainment, hourly contests such as Hot Potato and Cannon Ball competitions, chair massages and a lunchtime AllAmerican BBQ. The Cove Family lawn games, a hot dog eating contest, and a lunchtime All-American BBQ during the day, followed by “Light Up the Cove” in the evening with DJ entertainment from 6:30 to 9pm with a dive-in movie at 9:30pm. Glow bundles will be available for purchase!

Sunday, July 3

Fireworks Display 9pm at Palmer/Watson Driving Range Water Park Bounce House Party with several inflatable rides and games, DJ entertainment, hourly contests such as Hula Hoop and Tug of War competitions, chair massages, a lunchtime All-American BBQ, and the popular Gatorland Florida Wildlife Show at 3pm. The Cove Family lawn games, a pie eating contest, and a lunchtime All-American BBQ. Grande Pavilion Independence Day Celebration Cookout from 6-8:30pm, with DJ entertainment, Kid’s Crew to entertain children and golf games and activities at the driving range. Fireworks Display 9pm Fireworks Display will be shot from center of Palmer/Watson driving range. Clubhouse Terrace Live band after fireworks until midnight, more Kid’s Crew activities to entertain children after the fireworks, with golf games at the Clubhouse putting green.

Monday, July 4

Clubhouse Build Your Own Burger Bar at lunchtime View at Eleven Open for drinks and dessert as usual from 6-11pm with a great view of nearby community and theme park fireworks displays.

Hope everyone has a fun safe Holiday weekend! To read more details about the event and costs please click HERE & HERE.

Record Amount of Orlando Visitors


Visit Orlando just announced a new all-time record for Orlando, the biggest tourist destination. In 2015, 66.1 million people visited Orlando, growing 5.5 percent from 2014 and solidifying Orlando’s position as the most visited destination in the nation. Visitation to Orlando more than doubled over the past 20 years, growing from 32.4 million in 1995.

The rapid growth over the past two decades is a result of having a tourism and vacation community that is focused on growth and investment. With a superb convention center and culture of hospitality, world-class theme parks, family-friendly entertainment and luxury dining and lodging amenities, it’s no surprise that Central Florida remains the top destination for business.

In the past two decades, significant openings and expansions have continued to reinforce Orlando as the theme park capital of the world and a leading destination. Orlando also established a robust lineup of luxury offerings to meet the needs of travelers seeking five-star service and amenities.

View the full story HERE

ENCORE Club Grand Opening

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Ahoy Matey!

Encore Club celebrated its Grand Opening event for Encore Resort Residents, with a slew of pirates, who celebrated the treasure of the Club.

During the event Pirates, demonstrated their swash-buckling skills in sword fighting shows while guests enjoys delicious Hors D’oeuvres and beverages. The entire club and AquaPark was open to show the resort qualities of the Encore Club! And of course their was treasure: gold coins, beads, pirates and their parrots, as well as a monkey. Other entertainment included live music, jugglers, a magician, and a live band of pirates for a mighty show.

More info about the Encore Club:

Encore Club is implementing the final touches to the resort. From the lush indigenous exterior landscaping to the iconic driftwood chandelier in the entrance lobby to the shade sails on the pool deck and the exciting AquaPark slides visible form every detail will be meticulously executed.

The nautical architectural theme carries through the entire resort. Finn’s is the clubs fast casual restaurants that will serve flatbreads, burgers, sandwiches and many other mouthwatering items. For a welcoming place to relax and catch up on the game scores, the Shark Lounge is the perfect place to grab a drink and appetizers. For a grab and go, The Market is the perfect place for snacks and beverages so everyone can run back to the pool or the AquaPark.

The AquaPark is a water-lovers dream with super-fast slides and the 50-foot tall tube slide. Younger children will also have a blast at the Surfer Safari Splash Zone. When its time for a break the Hang Ten Hideaway will be a favorite place to get out of the sun to play on one of three different gaming systems.

For those staying in shape on vacation, the fitness center features state of the art equipment for variety of workouts. Every detail at the Encore Club has been planned out and created for the comfort and enjoyment of Encore club residents and guests.

Be sure to go check it out!

Reunion Resort ANNIKA Academy to Close


For almost a decade Annika Sorenstam, one of the most famous women golfers will be closing her renowned academy in Reunion Resort.

She wrote a statement on her website, that all good things must come to an end. After an amazing career she wants to focus time on her family now! She will be surely missed at Reunion, but wish her the best of luck!

Be sure to encourage anyone who has unused gift certificates to please come and see us in the next few month before the Academy closes on May 31, 2016.

Here full statement is below: 

“All Good Things Must Come To An End

Just as with my professional career, all good things must come to an end. After an amazing and inspiring run, we have made the decision not to renew our ANNIKA Academy agreement with Reunion Resort, and to dissolve the ANNIKA Academy to focus on our family and other business interests. The Academy will officially close on May 31, 2016 and no programs will take place after that date.

A journey that started nearly 10 years ago with my hand-picked team of coaches has seen us positively impact thousands of golfers of all ages and skill levels. A sincere and heartfelt thank you to all of our guests who trusted us to improve their games. It was an exceptionally rewarding experience working with each and every one of you. Thank you as well to Reunion Resort for being an outstanding partner; we hope to continue to work with you on our various ANNIKA Foundation initiatives. And to my longtime personal partner, Callaway Golf, thank you for your unwavering support of our Certified Callaway Performance Center.We encourage anyone who has unused gift certificates to please come and see us in the next few months.The benefits of golf are truly remarkable – here’s to promoting them for generations to come!

All the best,


Osceola County Rezoning



Osceola County hopes enlarging its tourism district will fix the area’s many tourists problems.

The County has struggled to fill the countless empty buildings currently in their tourist district, however county leaders are moving forward on a plan to rezone 3,396 acres of land from a general Mixed Use zoning to a Tourist Commercial zoning, which means good things are to come for Reunion.

The current property to be rezoned is bordered by Polk County on two sides and with various uses along the edges, including a rural enclave and a conservation area. The new zoning would allow for tourist-related housing (timeshares) to have up to 40 units per acre while traditional hotels could have up to 60 units per acre. That is rather small for most hotels, which usually average between 170 and 200 rooms on plots of 2 to 3 acres.

It’s worth noting that the property is near the Reunion Resort. That 2,226-acre resort complex features over 1,500 hotel rooms and over 6,000 housing units with the vast majority being used as vacation rentals. Despite the sprawl-like features of the Reunion Resort, with its numerous golf courses, twisting streets and cul-de-sacs, Osceola County seems to think that this type of development will help enhance the county.

It also includes numerous landowners, so a large scale Reunion-style project is unlikely. The county seems to believe a disjointed road network with at least 5 housing units per acre and various developments all in a single area with no major density is how to fix sprawl.

Of course, they also think that wider sidewalks, outdoor dining and more palm trees is what’s needed to bring back the tourist who now all seem to be staying up I-4 at Universal and on I-Drive.

The Osceola County Development Review Committee will review the zoning change proposal Feb. 17 with the County Commissioners scheduled to review the zoning changes Mar. 21. Maybe the state agencies will recommend some fracking on the land to help make it even more desirable.

To read to full article click HERE.

Disney World on a Budget


As snow birds flock to Central Florida, the no. 1 tourist destination for the warmer weather, Disneyworld also prepares for its upcoming tourists.  Here are a few tips and tricks for staying on a Disney budget.

Here are some different packages to consider when traveling to Disneyworld!

Disney Value Seasons

You and your family can head to Walt Disney World during the off-season when lines are shorter, the weather is more comfortable and the prices are lower. The rates are usually lower from January to February; for a few weeks in April and May; mid-August through September; and between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Magic Your Way

Sign up on the Disney World website to receive announcements of special offers. Magic Your Way is a new program that offers visitors options a la carte. You can choose to add what you wish instead of buying a package that might include elements that you don’t really want.

Rider Swap Tickets

These tickets allow parents to take turns accompanying older children on the rides without having to wait in line again. Systems in place at Disney World like the Rider Swap program provide ways to get more entertainment in less time, which equals more bang for your buck!

Extra Magic Hours

Another great way to maximize your family time at Disney World is to beat the crowds by arriving early (or staying late). Guests of Disney resorts can enjoy extended Magic Hours at the Magic Kingdom, offered both before the park opens to the general public and after it closes.

Park-Hopper Tickets

For an additional charge per ticket, Park-Hopper tickets allows you to visit multiple parks in the same day. The charge is only applied once and the more days you stay, the less it costs per day.

Free Transportation

A system of monorails, buses and even boats can take you from park to park at Disney World.

Fast Pass

Don’t feel like waiting in lines? Put your park ticket in the designated Fast Pass machine, and out comes a Fast Pass ticket that tells you to come back at a specific time (for example, 2:30-3:30). The ticket acts as a placeholder, which is great for families who don’t want to spend hours waiting in line at a popular attraction. However, you can only get 1 Fast Pass ticket every 2 hours and popular rides can run out of Fast Passes, so try to get one early.

Disney Dining Plan

Families can take advantage of some of the counter-service buffets that are generally all-you-can-eat. If you’re really into food and you’re a big eater, then definitely go with the Disney Dining Plan. A family of four can save up to 30 percent on this plan.

Photo Pass

A service is more of a memory saver than a money saver. This is a great feature for families that don’t have a free hand to take pictures. Ask any Disney photographer for the pass and carry it with you throughout the day. When you’re ready to leave the park, you can get your pictures printed out, or select the ones you want online and have them sent to you.


Read the full story HERE form the Travel Channel

Encore Resort Homes at Reunion


New vacation owners to Central Florida can now get more house for their money. The new Encore Club at Reunion, a vacation rental community in Orlando, has completed its first 77 homes, offering its guests luxury and convenience with a fraction of the price.

Developed by Florida-based Encore Capital Management, The Encore Club features luxury homes comprising between five and 13 bedrooms intended as vacation rentals for families and groups. Giving tourists the opportunity to own a piece of the world’s vacation capital and the U.S.’s number one tourism destination.

Encore Resort Homes at Reunion offers open floor plans, in-ground pools, two-car garages and fiber-optic technology. The size and configuration of these homes are conducive to large groups and multigenerational families, which make up the fastest-growing segment of the tourism sector. With home prices ranging from the mid-$300,000s to mid-$700,000s, buyers at Encore Resort Homes at Reunion are drawn to the development’s attractive home values, which are significantly less-expensive.

Located in Osceola County off of Interstate 4, Encore Resort Homes at Reunion is situated just 5 minutes from Walt Disney World® and other Orlando area theme parks. The development includes a full service clubhouse, fitness center, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. Guests also have access to an aqua park and pool complex with a 50 ft. aqua drop, double mat racer, water slides, splash pool, and private cabanas. Guests can access 24-hour front desk service, onsite ticketing for parks and attractions, digital concierge service, kids club with programing and activities, complimentary theme park shuttle service and grocery delivery.

Encore guests will also have access to many other of Reunion’s recreational facilities, including the three signature golf courses designed by legends Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson with a Reunion golf club membership.

Read the full story HERE

Florida Homes Sales on a Rise


As 2015 is coming to an end, the Florida real estate market has outperformed the nation as a whole. However, the Florida market rise has eased off a bit – catching its breath after a very hectic late summer and early fall. As 2016 is approaching quickly, the real estate market of home sales should increase by 8-10 percent over the 2015 numbers and home prices should rise by about 5 percent. This increase could be because of the backdrop of an expanding state economy with growing employment.

However, a few conditions could impact the 2016’s outlook.

  • shortage of workforce housing
  • creating housing options for the workers

The biggest potential snag to this forecast at the state level is the growing shortage of workforce housing in the more populated areas. Florida is attracting jobs, and with that said, there needs to be better housing options for the workers who are from out of state.

National issues could also influence Florida real estate sales in 2016. Rising interest rates may cause a dent in the market, but it will not have a significant effect. International issues could also have an impact since the Sunshine State real estate market relies on foreign buyers.

Looking a bit farther afield, weak economic growth in other countries will dampen international demand for Florida real estate – but foreign buyers will remain a noticeable presence in the market.

With the rise in home sales this coming year, where should you buy? Well,  Reunion Resort is the number one destination to buy the perfect vacation home, between the breathtaking views, the fabulous amenities, and the multiple opportunities to have fun with your family. Reunion is one of the most luxurious resorts in the area, and with its location being just 6 miles from Disney, you can enjoy all the fun of the theme parks and return back to enjoy time in one of the resorts 8 pools, and 3 golf courses.

Read the full story HERE