Our main objective is to define the qualities and strength my Clients property posses. Market the property in an effective manner, by achieving the broadest impact with the most effective manner to "maximize attractive exposer, our ultimate goal to reach in a succesful transaction!"
The month of August flew by! More than 25 years ago, RE/MAX began its partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals – and they continuously aim to grow the support needed to improve the lives of so many kids. Collectively, RE/MAX agents and offices have raised millions in support of CMN Hospitals.
Thank you to all of our RE/MAX agents and offices near and far who have raised millions in support of CMN Hospitals.
Lets continue to make a in the life of a child RE/MAX agents and brokers!
If you would like any additional information about the Jacksonville office, need local resources at an event, or if you would like to come tour, please do not hesitate to contact me and I’ll assist you with this.
The advantages of having an agent help you purchase a new home are the same as those for purchasing a resale home…
• Knowledge of the market
• Help in finding the perfect home quickly
• Expertise in contract writing/negotiation
• Closing assistance.
The builder has a professional representative watching out for his/her needs, and you need the same expert representation.
Buying a new home is a little more difficult and time-consuming than buying a resale. A real estate agent can professionally guide you through this process.
It is very important that your interests be professionally represented when you are entering into a contract for a semi-custom or build-to-suit home. These transactions are complex and the contract details must be exact in order to protect you and to ensure you get exactly the home you want!
REMEMBER – the Builder requires that your Agent accompany you on your first visit to the Builder’s sales office, or they will NOT PAY your representative’s fee!
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Now that swim season is almost upon us, we’d like to share some things you may not know about the new Nocatee Spray Park. Residents can splash, play, relax, eat and more at the new amenity that opened March 9 with a festive grand opening celebration.
Here are nine Nocatee Spray Park fun facts:
1.) The four-story above ground interactive spray playground, Whale Harbor, is the tallest of its kind in Northeast Florida.
2.) The main pool, surrounding Whale Harbor, has over 17,000 square feet of surface area, making it the largest pool in Nocatee, almost twice as large as the Lagoon Pool in Nocatee Splash Park.
3.) The slides and play structure were built by ProSlide Technology, considered the best water slide manufacturer in the world. ProSlide also built Volcano Bay for Universal Studios in Orlando.
4.) There are over 75 water features on the main Whale Harbor structure.
5.) There are five water slides with two being enclosed creating a dark slide.
6.) The main pool, Whale Harbor holds just 50,000 gallons of water. The Spray Pad and Scuttle Cove hold about 2,500 gallons.
7.) The underground holding tank for the main pool is 10,000 gallons (20% of the pool volume).
8.) The pools are treated with a state of the art chemical controller system that monitors Chlorine, Ph and ORP and makes adjustments 24 hours a day.
9.) There are over 750 chairs currently placed in the park. Time to kick back and relax!
The Spray Park also includes Serenity Bay, a resort-style beach environment with beach volleyball and blue sand cabanas available to residents on a first come first served basis. For Nocatee’s youngest residents, Scuttle Cove is a smaller spray park for younger children. Also included is Paradise Park playground featuring multiple tunnels, astro turf and shaded areas.
The neighboring event field, Nocatee Station Field, is the new home for community events and concerts, including the monthly Nocatee Farmers Market, the Roscolusa Songwriters Festival, drive-in movie nights, concerts and more. Blue Water Bar & Grill with its large deck and food court is also accessible from the new event field.