When looking for a new home, choosing a neighborhood is one of the first decisions most people make. For those buying in the Jacksonville metro area, there’s definitely no shortage of options. From the beach to the river, the city to the country, Jacksonville has it all.
In this blog, we’re going to explore different parts of Jacksonville to determine how far your money can go. Keeping a budget around $350,000, here’s some examples of what you can get:
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The First Coast region of Florida has a lot to offer those looking to get out and sightsee. From outdoor activities like fishing and boating, to indoor activities like museums and shops, there’s something appealing to everyone. The great thing about living in Florida is that outdoor activities can be enjoyed year-round. Just because the summer is ending, doesn’t mean your family has missed the opportunity to adventure outdoors.
In this blog, we’re going to explore a few of the many family-friendly activities that the Jacksonville area has to offer. Read more ›
As the largest city by landmass in the contiguous United States, Jacksonville has a lot to offer. With many distinct areas, from rural farms to beachfront high-rises, the Jacksonville community is extremely diverse. Downtown is in the center of the city, surrounded by the Westside, Northside, Southside and The Beaches. Each of these five areas are completely unique. With a long list of positive characteristics, let’s explore the benefits of living in each area and find out why they make a great place to call home. Read more ›
Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting moments of a person’s life. In Florida, one of the best places to buy is at the beach. Many people are attracted to living at the beach due to the lifestyle it provides. There’s nothing better than waking up to a beautiful sunrise and the sound of ocean waves crashing on the shore. Along with all of this, there are a few other things everyone should consider when thinking about buying close to the ocean. Read more ›
Jacksonville is a city rich in history. Founded in 1822, Jacksonville was originally named Cow Ford, due to the way cows were herded across the St. John’s River. When Florida became a state, the city’s name was changed to Jacksonville in honor of Andrew Jackson, the state’s first provisional governor. Not long after, the city began to grow rapidly, and distinct neighborhoods formed. To this day, these historic neighborhoods play a large role in both Jacksonville’s economy and its resident’s way of life. Lifelong residents and recent transplants alike desire to live in these neighborhoods due to their idyllic parks, eclectic shops and restaurants, walkability and a long list of other reasons. Read more ›
It’s March and you know what that means: it’s spring cleaning time! This may or may not be an exciting time of the year for you, but I want to help you make the most of it. There are many ways you can go about your cleaning. From typical housework to professional organizing, there’s no right or wrong way to spring clean.
Keep reading for some tips to help you tidy up your living spaces this season. Read more ›
Love is in the air this month and planning the perfect Valentine’s Day can be difficult! Should you go with chocolates or flowers, eat in or go out? All the pressure put on one night shouldn’t be a task and I am here to help you plan the perfect date. Read more ›
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The holiday season is here and your desire to celebrate has probably reached a new level. Like many of us, you may feel like you’ve seen it all when it comes to Jacksonville’s holiday festivities; however, you might be surprised to learn just how much this city has to offer when it comes to light displays.
Listed below are five spectacular holiday light displays you must check out this year!
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