Bring Home the USS Adams! Don’t Let Another Jacksonville Legacy Become Razor Blades Like the USS Saratoga!
BRING HOME THE ADAMS! Only you can save “The Charlie Deuce” from the scrap heap! Don’t let another Jacksonville legacy become razor blades like the USS Saratoga! While the fight to save historic homes and buildings has captured the hearts, minds and headlines of Jacksonville, our Jacksonville Naval history is being quietly sent to the scrap yard. So real is the risk that a scrap yard has been identified, International Shipbreaking in Brownsville, Texas. How perverse … [Continue Reading...]
What kind of power under the hood does a former Turkey Point nuclear power plant operator need under the hood to drive his real estate performance team from Fleming Island to a $52 million waterfront community he’s developing in Green Cove Springs? Ask Pat Leroy! Pat Leroy is a guy who loves power! Nuclear power, real estate power and lots of power under the hood of his Realtor Rides. Pat spent 27 years making electric power at the Turkey Point nuclear … [Continue Reading...]
Jacksonville City Council Gives Homeowners Something to Cluck About! Thanks to the grassroots effort led by HensInJax.com founder Lauren Trad fresh eggs may be coming to a backyard near you! On November 19th Mayor Alvin Brown signed Ordinance 2013-415 into law allowing for the ownership of up to 5 backyard hens in Jacksonville. Hens have been illegal in Jacksonville residential neighborhoods since the consolidation of the city government in 1968. In spite … [Continue Reading...]
Uncensored Sales Strategies: A Radical New Approach to Selling Your Customers What They Want-No Matter What Business You’re in…Even Real Estate! With a gift for sales, Sydney Biddle Barrows, once known infamously as the “Mayflower Madam”, found wealth in selling her customers exactly what they wanted, and shockingly, it wasn’t sex! Yes, ultimately sex was involved, but if that was really her clients main objective, they could have gone elsewhere of a lot less … [Continue Reading...]
Its fun to see how many different colors you can get in a single dish, yet still be simple to prepare. With a dozen different ingredients this Chickpea salad pops with color and gets a kick from the feta and balsamic vinegar. Even simple salads can be exiting when you look beyond the ordinary. When we travel we seek out artisan ingredients to bring home to our own kitchen. This salad featured aged balsamic vinegar from Naples, pomegranate olive oil from Temecula and salt … [Continue Reading...]
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