If you are planning to put your home on the market after the holidays, there are steps you can take now to get it ready. First, get your home professionally photographed now while the flowers are in still bloom and the grass is green. Next, get your home inspected. Every home has something that will flag an inspection so take the time now to remedy any issues. And finally, start interviewing Realtors. Most good Realtors will use national marketing publications like Homes and Land magazine that has advanced publication deadlines. If your home is worthy, you would want to ensure it's scheduled now so you don't miss out on this prime marketing spot.
Construction hasÂ begun in theÂ Tamaya community, which is our
newestÂ development in the Intracoastal West area.Â ApproximatelyÂ 2400 homes are
forecast to be built in one of the last undeveloped parcels in this part of town
which is conveniently located between downtown and the beaches. Â ICI has
announced plans for 169 homes starting in the $300,000 price range.Â Â You can
follow their progress on www.tamayafl.com.Â
I have worked with a lot of builders in Northeast Florida. And when I'm asked to provide a recommendation, a few come to mind. But the one that stands out is Aria Homes, founded by Irina Johnson. They are located right here in Jacksonville and build custom and semi-custom homes. From Modern to Traditional, Coastal to Craftsman, Aria Homes can help.
Aria Homes was recently featured in The Florida Times Union newspaper showcasing their unique designs and building techniques.Â Here's the full Times Union article: http://members.jacksonville.com/homes/2013-11-08/story/future-tense-house-will-showcase-whats-possible-construction-design
Today's the day to get rid of household hazardous waste at the mobile collection site at 1460 Shetter Ave in Jax Bch. Open from 9-3pm.
Selling your home? Get rid of hazardous waste May 11th at 1460Â Shetter Ave
in Jax Bch. Free pickup for our RE/MAX clients - contact us forÂ info.