Many a time we get questions about the oceanfront condo complexes in our area. Jacksonville Beach is the area with the most condo complexes on the ocean. Followed by Ponte Vedra Beach and then Atlantic Beach. Neptune Beach doesn't have any oceanfront condos.
So we made this quick reference chart for you to see how the different oceanfront condos in Jax Beach compare. If you click on the name of the condo you will find photos, video, more information on the condos along with current pricing of the condo units for sale.
Northeast Florida Golf Club Membership Cost and Amenities | The Ultimate List for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Fernandina and Palm Coast
When you think of Florida, you think of golf (and beaches, and sunshine and ... well you get the point). And Northeast Florida is no different. See 61 different golf courses located in just the Northeast Florida area below then visit the golf course homes for sale in Northeast Florida. (Now you understand why the TPC headquarters is located here). This includes Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Fernandina Beach and Palm Coast FL. So if you are a true golfer, then you want to visit our area! After all, wouldn't you want to live within 2 hour drive of over 50 golf courses!
If you are looking for something in jacksonville FL then you will find it in Southside! The Southside area which is our zip code 32256 and 32246 is our more densely populated area! I don't know if it was a case "if you build it they will come"; but in Southside you have everything: malls, restaurants, shops, schools and office parks. This means you are not more than a few minutes from work, the movies, shopping for a birthday gift, a quick bite to eat, a romantic dinner or a fun night on the town.
Southside is home to corporate offices of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bank of America, Deutsch Bank and more! Also you find the St Johns Town Center with Nordstrom, Apple Store,
I recently had a client contact their insurance company regarding a house they were interested in the Intracoastal West area of Jacksonville. The out of town insurance company said they couldn't insure the property because it didn't pass their sinkhole test! Well after 20 years helping people buy and sell their homes, I have to say this was a new one for me.
I have had home buyers concerned about mosquitoes, alligators, snakes and even one time our small lizards. But sinkhole?
I am by no means an expert and I gave the client information to contact the local geologist familiar with our area. But this is the information I was able to find online:
The Jacksonville Business Journal reports AV
Homes has just bought 80 acres near the St. Johns Center. AV Homes is a
developer of 55+ communities in the Orlando and Port St Lucie area. They are expecting to have this community up and going by 1st Quarter of 2015.
reason for the purchase? The Florida division president, David Smith is
quoted saying "The move is congruent with the city's stead popluation
growth and strong home sales."
Jacksonville has always had a limited number of 55+ Communities for those wanting to own and not rent.
Sweetwater by Delwebb (Duval County)
Riverwood by Delwebb (St. Johns County)
Cascades (St. Johns County)
So I am sure the Jacksonville population will be happy to have another
ICI Closeout on 2 New Communities and Starts 1 New One
You usually get some of the best deals on new construction when it is a "spec home" or when the builder is looking to close out on a community as is the case with Palermo and Highland Glen.
Palermo has 5 lots left. It a small upscale community off of Hodges Blvd in the Intracoastal West area. You will find beautiful mediterranean homes with tile roofs starting in the mid $300's. Amenities include community pool, finess cetner and summer pavilion.
Highland Glen only has 1 lot left. It is also a gated community close to Hodges Blvd but located off Beach Blvd. Upscale homes start in the mid $300's. You also will find a pool, playground, fitness center andd putting green.
Title insurance is an insurance policy to cover any losses if it turns out the seller of a property you purchased did not have clear title to do the selling. Yes, indeed you did buy title insurance - but typically only for your lender. You have to request and purchase a separate policy for yourself as the new homeowner.
Why Didn’t My Lender Tell Me?
It may have been stated in the loan forms that you were to read, but like much of the ‘boiler plate’ terms of a loan contract some of it just washes over the reader. It is a lot of information to deal with, and often the buyer skims rather than reads in detail.
Shouldn’t My Realtor Have Told Me?
Yes, and no. Homeowner title insurance is a voluntary item, even if it is a good idea. It is