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    Your Checklist for Inspecting Your Future Home

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | September 30, 2021

    It goes without saying that buying a home is a massive undertaking. Careful consideration is a must when choosing a home. But the architecture and atmosphere of the house alone shouldn’t be the only deciding factors you draw from. It’s important to do some quality assurance as you tour your potential future home. What you... Read More

    Do I Need a Real Estate Agent?

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | September 1, 2021

    Looking to buy or sell your home? This massive undertaking is as exciting as it is grueling if you’re doing it alone. It can take months of careful planning and puts a large dent in your wallet once it’s all said and done. If you’ve looked at the percentage allotted to real estate agents skeptically... Read More

    Why You Should Airbnb Before You Buy in St. Augustine

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    There’s no shortage of reasons to make the move to St. Augustine. With pristine coastlines and amazing weather, people are flocking to the Nation’s Oldest City. But with any move, it’s important to get a proper lay of the land before you make any decisions. One of the best ways to get an authentic look... Read More

    What is Saint Augustine Weather Like Throughout the Year?

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    Whether you’re visiting or planning a move to Florida, you’re probably curious about what the weather is like throughout the year. St. Augustine experiences an average of 223 days of sunshine per year. It is, in fact, a fairly warm, humid climate season to season. But there are still some variable conditions throughout the year.... Read More

    Things to Know About Florida Before Relocating

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    Florida is renowned for its stunning beaches and excellent vacation potential. But more and more people are eager to plant roots in the Sunshine State. Whether you’re drawn in by the warmer climate or the rich culture, it’s a great place to settle down. But there are some things you should know before you relocate... Read More

    Which Neighborhoods are the Safest in St. Johns County?

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    Nestled on the northeast coast of Florida, St. Johns County is a part of the Jacksonville metropolitan area. It’s a wonderful place to live and work for a myriad of reasons. Both families and young adults will find something for them in this area. From its rich history to the affordable price of living, this... Read More

    The History of Saint Augustine, Florida

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    Saint Augustine, also known as the Ancient City, has a rich, storied past dating back even further than the earliest settlements of New England. Today, it’s a flourishing city situated in northeastern Florida. With convenient access to natural areas and a charming historic district, Saint Augustine is a great place to live and visit. Let’s... Read More

    Why You Should Buy Instead of Rent

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | August 9, 2021

    There can be a lot of apprehensions when it comes to buying a home. There are some obvious benefits but is it really better than being a renter?  Owning a home is a milestone many people hope to reach at some point in their adulthood, but the process of putting in offers and getting rejections... Read More

    Is the Real Estate Market Going to Crash?

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | April 6, 2021

    Prices are going up because there's a very low supply (homes for sale) and high demand (lots of buyers). And those market dynamics aren't expected to change any time soon. Read More

    Can I Buy or Sell a Home Without a Real Estate Agent?

    By Danielle Fraser, P.A. | April 6, 2021

    Today’s real estate market is one of the fastest-moving in recent memory. With record-low inventory in many market segments, we’re seeing multiple offers—and sometimes even bidding wars—for homes in the most sought-after neighborhoods. This has led some sellers to question the need for an agent. After all, why spend money on a listing agent when it seems that you can stick a For Sale sign in the yard then watch a line form around the block? Read More