If you are planning to buy or sell real estate in this area, you have come to the right place.
With 20 years of gathering local experience and knowledge AND a lot of dedication to my clients, I can answer your questions and help you find what is right for you.
Please browse through this site to explore real estate opportunities in the Bay County communities of Mexico Beach and Overstreet, or the Gulf County communities of Beacon Hill, Saint Joe Beach, Cape San Blas, Windmark and Port Saint Joe.
Come visit us in "Mayberry on the water, Mexico Beach." We are the "anti-Destin, anti-Panama City" portion of the Panhandle of Florida. Looking for a high-rise condo? Don't look here. Expecting to find crowded beaches and heavy traffic getting there? Don't expect that here. Our building height restrictions, almost empty beaches (even in season), coupled with the fact that we have no traffic light in all of town means you will find the tranquility here that you thought only existed in brochures for some far off land.
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OF INTEREST TO SELLERS: I constantly research the market and property values to ensure your home is priced effectively from day one. I also make sure the public knows your home is for sale by using innovative advertising and marketing techniques to attract potential buyers. If you currently own property and are thinking of placing it on the market, I want to talk with you. Call me at (850) 899-4175 for an immediate appointment to discuss the value of your home or lot.
During Turtle Season, Bill and I came across a nest that was showing signs of imminent emergence. Unfortunately, we also noticed a stream of ants into the nest. After consultation with Turtle Lady extraordinaire, Barbra Eells, we dug the nest. A couple of babies were already lost to the ants; the other 60 or so seemed awfully glad to get the heck out of there.
That same evening we had a release and were joined by neighbors and friends. The neighbors knew the turtle story, but the friends did not, so it was a great time to educate, too.
The water was murky..which was probably a good thing. Filmed with a GoPro camera taped to a broom handle. Edited by our friend Rick Lamberson, Bluewater iNet, in PSJ.