Emerald Coast - (850) 653-3333
Capital City Bank Building
116 M C Davis, Suite 213, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
The Emerald Coast owes its appellation to its crystal clear waters with emerald reflections. It is located west of Panama City Beach and east of Pensacola. Its white sand beaches, top-rated in the world, stretch over 100 miles (160 kilometers) through essentially three counties: Walton, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa. The Emerald Coast musters upscale beachside lifestyle. It is the favorite beach home of many celebrities. Real estate offers refinements second to none, with some beachfront estates valued far above $10 million.
Panama City Beach - (850) 653-3333
120 Richard Jackson Boulevard, Suite 215, Panama City Beach, FL 32407
Panama City Beach is more than a beach; it is a legend! Some of the best beaches in America, plus many attractions and amenities are there. It is an ideal destination for vacations, permanent living or real estate investments. Beachfront life-style comes in many flavors: high-rise condominiums flush with amenities such as luxurious swimming pools, exercise room and even food facilities; single family homes ranging from the concrete block bungalow to palatial mansions. “PCB”, as the locals call it, is one of the few beach real estate markets priced reasonably while offering all the benefits of large city. Beautiful Beaches of the gulf and all the addition benefits of having a large bay to the north with streams and marsh areas. PCB offers several waterfront property types and plenty of it.
Forgotten Coast - (850) 653-3333
131 Franklin Boulevard, St. George Island, Florida 32328
The Forgotten Coast is a rather recent name given in the 1990s to the coastal area located east of Panama City. It begins east of Tyndall Air Force Base in Mexico Beach and spans eastward all the way to the remote southern suburbs of Tallahassee, south of Crawfordville. Deserted white sand beaches, large forests reaching to the coastline and historic port villages make the backbone of this unusual Florida coastline. Forgotten Coast aficionados have become addicted to endless sugar white beaches, clean waters, fabulous fishing, and diverse seafood.
Pensacola - (850) 653-3333
225 North Pace Boulevard, Suite 111, Pensacola, FL 32505
Pensacola is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Florida, and for a good reason. With its white sand beaches, clear blue waters, and opportunity to experience various outdoor activities, it’s no wonder Pensacola is such a desirable place to live. If you’re considering purchasing a Pensacola home, you’re not alone. The Pensacola real estate market is booming, and there are plenty of opportunities for those looking to buy.
Tallahassee - (850) 653-3333
1309 Thomasville Road, Suite 308, Tallahassee, FL 32303
Tallahassee is a College town; it is the capital of the State of Florida; and it is anchored in Southern culture. It is a regional center, surrounded by national centers with an international flair: Atlanta (280 miles to the north), Tampa, Orlando and Miami (respectively 260, 270 and 460 miles to the south). The economy within the city is widespread and diverse with multiple industries providing employment opportunities, including educational, health, public administration, retail trade, arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food services, professional, scientific, management, administrative. Residents with children from grades K-12 will find the proper educational amenities through the Leon County School District. Those in pursuit of a college degree will find ten local college and university campuses, including Florida State University.