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    Local in NSB – Jane’s Art Center

    By Tony Burns | February 9, 2021

    As I walked down Canal street looking for something to tell the community about I discovered Jane’s Art Center tucked away in the heart of New Smyrna’s historic district. I was captivated by the building’s curb appeal, with beautiful art sculptures near the entrance, and thought to myself “Oh, I must go inside and check... Read More

    17 Ways New Homeowners Can Cut Utility Costs by 50%

    By Sarah Caudill, MBA | January 29, 2021

    Americans average $1300-$1500 annually for electricity and $800-$1,000 annually for water.  This means that 5-10% of your income goes towards paying for utility bills.  There are several ways you can lower these monthly ongoing expenses. Everyone can save money each month by taking a few simple steps to reduce the energy you utilize whether you... Read More

    What is New Smyrna Beach?

    By Tony Burns | January 11, 2021

      You don’t have to go very far to learn more about this area’s humble beginnings. Once known as a producer of indigo and cane sugar, New Smyrna Beach, Florida now has a much more relaxed way of life. While city leaders and residents alike are proud of the rich history in this region, New... Read More

    Local Restaurant -River Deck- COMING SOON

    By Tony Burns | January 4, 2021

    The original building was established in 1987 and back then, known as Sea Harvest. According to news sources, when the previous business closed its doors, Three men set out to bring the no shoes, no shirt, no problem vibe to New Smyrna Beach.  After a few heart pounding hurricanes, a flu that was named after... Read More

    New Years Traditions 2021

    By Admin | December 28, 2020

    What a doozy 2020 has been for us all. Thank goodness it is almost over. We expect the best and are hoping for a brighter and safer 2021. Due to Covid, most of us will be celebrating inside this year. Are you wondering what everyone from around the planet will be doing this NYE? Check... Read More

    2021 Housing Forecast

    By Sarah & Tim Caudill | December 21, 2020

    Some Highlights Experts project an optimistic year for the 2021 housing market. With mortgage rates forecasted to remain low, high buyer demand is expected to fuel more home sales and continue to increase home prices. Let’s connect today to determine how to make your best move in the new year. Sourced: Simplyfingthemarket Housing Market Perspectives... Read More

    Second Stimulus Check Update

    By Sarah & Tim Caudill | December 21, 2020

    STIMULUS CHECK UPDATE.   “Leaders in the House and Senate reached an agreement late Sunday on a $900 billion pandemic relief bill that includes enhanced unemployment benefits and direct cash payments.There were several changes made from a proposal put forward nearly two weeks ago by a bipartisan group of lawmakers. Direct stimulus checks were brought... Read More

    Moving to 386? Common question, is Volusia County pet friendly?

    By Sarah & Tim Caudill | December 14, 2020

    Everyone knows New Smyrna Beach is perfect for the whole family, even the fur babies.  From restaurants to certian beaches to parks, our area is welcoming to our four-legged friends.   We have fetched some areas our real estate team discusses around the office that will keep any tail wagging with two paws up.  ... Read More

    How do I get my home ready to sell

    By Sarah & Tim Caudill | December 8, 2020

        How do I get my home ready to sell?                                                                           Are you ready to sell your home?  ... Read More


    By Sarah Caudill, MBA | November 25, 2020

    Thanksgiving is almost here! Hurray!! Thanksgiving is right around the corner. What better way to give thanks then with a few of the recipes that has helped our team, friends and family enjoy the holidays. This season we want to give back to our community by sharing our favorite things from the internet to eat.... Read More