Montverde, Fla. — DCS Real Estate Investments, LLC, the developer of Bella Collina’s unique Tuscan-styled private waterfront golf community in south Lake County, established a Charity Referral Program.
David Pisano, Vice President of Bella Collina Real Estate Company, said the developer will donate $15,000 to a buyer’s charitable organization for purchasing a lot or lot/home package owned by the developer. The buyer just needs to bring the promotional flyer to the Bella Collina sales office and specify the charity of their choice before or during the buyer’s first sales visit, and close on a Bella Collina lot owned by the developer before Nov. 30, 2016.
In addition, Pisano said the buyer may not be represented by a broker, real estate agent or other commissionable party and the charitable group receiving the donation must be a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
Bella Collina has committed more than $500,000 to Central Florida charities. Last month, the luxury community announced that it awarded a $25,000 fundraiser event to Quest, Inc., which serves people with disabilities throughout Lake and Orange counties.
Quest, Inc. was one of 50 local charitable organizations that applied for the $25,000 fundraiser, and Bella Collina immediately announced it would award $10,000 gift certificates to each participating organization for similarly sized fundraiser events, along with a social membership in the Club at Bella Collina valued at $1,800.
The gift certificate may be applied toward a $25,000 fundraiser gala at the magnificent 75,000-square foot Club at Bella Collina, Pisano said.
“As Central Florida’s premier luxury community, Bella Collina recognizes an enormous commitment to Central Florida and our vested interest in helping make this area better,” Pisano said.
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