TOLL BROTHERS COASTAL OAKS AT NOCATEE BUYER BEWAREMY HOME IS FIVE YEARS OLD AND THE FOLLOWING HAS HAPPENED AND IM NOT ALONE1) STUCCO DELAMINATING AND CRUMBLING AWAY FROM ALL EXTERIOR WALLS2) LEAKING
My son is chief resident (ED) at Shands Gainesville, so I have given this some thought some 3 years ago.
As we really don't know the future, it could be better or it could be worse, I would think renting is going to be your best bet. To cover the cost of closing on a new home, and the expense of selling the home when you head off to Fellowship or your first paying job, you would need about 7 to 10 years in the home for it to pay you to buy.
If I can help please let me know, I can't help you with homes in Jax area as its out of my area of knowledge but other stuff I may be of help.