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23 November . 2018

Realtor to Resident: Meet Bradley & Begonia

Bradley Livingston and his wife Begonia love being Waterset residents - and as realtors, they know it’s the perfect community for themselves and many of their clients. What makes Waterset so great? We sat down and chatted with them.

 

Bradley and Begonia both light up when they talk about Waterset. It’s pretty clear they love it here. In fact, Waterset drew them from their home in South Carolina all the way down to Florida. Bradley mentions that although they visited several communities, “We saw that [Waterset] was a newer community and the amenities just popped to life. We fell in love with it.”

 

It helps that Bradley and Begonia have a daughter attending UCF. “The drive is great. It feels like 45 minutes. It’s super close.”

 

But the thing that really drew the duo to Waterset? The community feeling and The Landing Club & Cafe, where residents can converge, converse, and have fun. Begonia explains, “My reason why I chose Waterset? Coming from Madrid, Spain, I miss the gatherings we have over there. That community feeling, that friendship feeling. I looked through a bunch of communities through the Tampa area. None of the communities give me that feeling.”  

 

Bradley agrees. “It’s not just a house. You’re a part of something.”

 

As realtors, Bradley and Begonia see their clients experience the same thing. “I was with a client this morning, we’ve seen tons of communities, I’ve shown her probably thirty-plus homes.” But everything changed when they arrived at The Landing and met the Waterset Community Specialists. “Terri, Patricia, and Hope were here and they were talking and laughing and joking and she just felt right at home. She loosened up. She told me, ‘Wow, I could live like this!’ She felt welcome.”