Congratulations to our TOP Producing Agents in May!

June 8, 2020

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I would like to congratulate our entire team for a great month in May. We had sales of $15 Million which is an amazing month and a wonderful surprise following April where everyone was staying at home due to COVID-19.

 

The Top Producer with the most closings in May is Delilah Salameh. I continuously receive feedback from Delilah’s customers about her genuine concern and her constant communication. Delilah was born and raised in Jacksonville and can help her customers no matter where they prefer to live.

 

 

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Playing 20 Questions: Davidson Realty Agent Spotlight with Mirtha Barzaga.

May 29, 2020

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Here at Davidson Realty we thought it would be neat to give you an inside view like no other to our fabulous team.  In this fun agent spotlight blog series we will be Playing 20 Questions where we get up close and personal with our agents.  Today we are featuring agent Mirtha Barzaga. 

 

1.) In three sentences or less tell us a little bit about yourself.

I am a focus business minded individual whose full-time job is real estate.

I care about my customer’s investment and wellbeing more than I care about the sale.

I know the North Florida area like the palm of my hand and that helps me in guiding my customers well.

 

2.) What do you like best about living here in Northeast Florida (can be specific area, i.e. WGV, Jax Beach, PVB, etc.)?

I love St. Johns County because of the relaxed, more suburban lifestyle, but like all of North Florida in general.  It is a melting pot of some of the nicest people from all over the country I have ever met.

 

3.) What is your favorite indoor or outdoor activity?

I love to garden! Over the past 15 years of living here I have converted my yard into an English garden.

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Congratulations to our TOP Producing Agents in April!

May 7, 2020

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I would like to congratulate everyone on our team for working together to safely help our customers with their real estate needs in new innovative ways. April was an interesting month to say the least.

 

The Top Producer for April with the most closings is Lynn Whitley. Lynn helped two families sell their home and one family purchase a new home all while dealing with all the safety procedures of a pandemic. Lynn is an experienced professional that found ways to get everything handled.

 

 

 

 

The Top Sales Agent is Ron Savarese who helped his buyers work through contracts with two local builders. Ron knows the entire first coast market and sold one home in St. Augustine and one in the northern part of Jacksonville.

 

 

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Keep your home safe by reinforcing these home entry points

April 28, 2020

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Thanks to video doorbell systems, we are now paying more attention to home security. We’ve all seen the videos online of would-be burglars and scammers caught by high-tech front porch security systems.

 

The only problem? These camera systems don’t actually prevent criminals from accessing your home. Even in gated neighborhoods and master-planned communities throughout Jacksonville and St. Augustine, home break-ins can and do happen—anywhere.

 

 

In addition to installing a home security system to alert the authorities of suspicious activity, it is important to deter criminals from even gaining access in the first place.

 

Here are a few ways you can increase protection at your home’s main entry points.

 

Garage door

The garage door is one of the most vulnerable entry points in a home! An amateur burglar can easily open it by drilling a hole in the door (or breaking a glass window, if applicable) and using a long hook tool to pull the emergency release wire. Once the wire has been pulled, the door disengages and can be opened manually in just seconds. This goes for heavy-duty garage doors as well; the spring system works to counter the door’s weight.

 

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Big surprise for Heritage Landing girl shows community togetherness despite COVID-19

April 14, 2020

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Saturday, April 4, was a very important day for Sloane Stadt for two reasons. She was home for the first time after an intense, month-long round of chemotherapy, and she was turning four years old.

 

Sloane was diagnosed with Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) on February 28. She entered the hospital on March 2 to begin treatment and returned home last weekend for a brief respite before returning to the hospital.

 

While Sloane was unable to celebrate with a party at home due to COVID-19, the community stepped in to help her celebrate her big day. A community car parade was organized in Heritage Landing where she lives with her family.

 

The procession included nearly 60 vehicles as well as vehicles from St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office and St. Johns County Fire Rescue. Many cars were decorated with balloons and signs. Lots of cars were honking, waving and dropping off birthday gifts for Sloane.

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