Fernandina Beach Harbor Marina Timeline Expansion and Repair

Nearly every visitor to Historic Downtown Fernandina makes their way to waterfront. Aside from the debates over parks, we have a damaged marina, with a maze of grants and funding to navigate in the effort to repair the facility. To make matters worse, the original alignment of the docks was a disaster, essentially borrowing money […]

Fernandina Boat House…Mixed Use, Commercial Corner…Back on the Market

Second chances are sometimes uncommon.  This property, under contract for most of the last year, is suddenly very available.  Consider the views, location, proximity to a highly successful hotel and a number of very high quality restaurants. 

Added Loopnet Listing Information….click here…30 South 2nd Street Boat House

This side of Centre Street is a little […]

Lime and 14th Liberty Development Project…What We Should Know!

Source: PAB City of FB

Development can be a difficult business, but the general public is often unaware of steps required in using land and efforts by developers to use land, while protecting environmentally sensitive areas. Fernandina Beach is blessed with a surplus of protected land, including parks, beachfront, marshes, waterways, recreational zoned areas […]

Glenwood Deep Water Point…Price Reduction

Looking for deep water? Does 1800 feet of frontage sound interesting? Minutes to Amelia Island and a short boat trip to Downtown Fernandina, this is a singularity unique homesite. Existing caretaker cottage and accessible, read more……click the link here. 22+ acres and substantial price reduction!

Glenwood Point

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The Narcissist Number and Sales

…Obviously worried about appearances, my son took a picture of me exaggerating the size of a fish.

We all hear a lot about narcissism and social media seems to encourage it. Just think about selfies. Over coffee this morning, I thought it might be interesting to compare social media users and the number of […]

Feasibility and Economic Impact Study for Pier Location?

In commercial development or any development, it is almost unheard of to begin without an economic impact or feasibility study first. Consider any major improvement and expenditure of tax money. Would you prefer to see measured and careful consideration before construction or would you prefer the biggest impact for dollar spent?

Jacksonville, Flagler, Cocoa, Sebastian, […]

FEMA Flood Zones Changing in August…If Buying or Building, Check first!

If adopted, the FEMA flood maps will change in August. Most of the island changes very little…a few areas become more favorable, but some properties, like areas along South Fletcher, might change from Flood Zone X, to VE. VE zones are areas subject to wave action, with an elevation requirement as well. Knowing this before […]

12 Reasons Why Small Brokerages are Underrated

I joined a family business after college in 1987. I’d been licensed for a few years before and, although I really didn’t plan to become a broker, it seemed inevitable. The job market was not good and a job while I waited, turned into income I couldn’t turn away. I built a first home about […]

Reminder….Flood Zones Effective Change August 2017

Areas in low elevation or near a flood zone, should pay particular attention to changes.

FEMA will adopt new Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) for Nassau County in August. It is important to know whether your property’s flood zone will change and, if building, whether construction cost might change. In the past year, I ran […]

Downtown Fernandina Beach Density Change…not quite what you think.

I’m going to weigh in on something the City of Fernandina Beach is considering. Opposing points of view seem to be charged, to say the least, but I think I might be able to add perspective. First, as a disclaimer, I work in Downtown Historic Fernandina Beach and own one of the buildings. I’m also […]