Jacksonville has many diverse neighborhoods and interestingly, the most expensive neighborhoods are the most likely to survive a Zombie Apocalypse. The average price for a home in Jacksonville is $157,000. The best neighborhoods to live in are surrounded by water with bridges that could be blown up in the event of a Zombie invasion. Let's face it, most of us are toast. The best neighborhoods in order are:
Fleming Island- limited access and few entrances to secure. Homes here average $242,000
Ortega- small and maybe not the best place to find a restaurant at the end of the world. Homes average $250,000
The obvious choice would be the beach communities. Jacksonville, Neptune and Atlantic Beach. Blow up a few bridges and you are set for a good while with great restaurants and plenty of sand and surf. The down side here is that finding a Zombie safe neighborhood will cost you more. Homes in Jacksonville beach average $309,000, Atlantic Beach, $336,000 and Neptune Beach $372,000.
And the winner for the safest neighborhood during a Zombie Apocalypse is Ponte Vedra Beach. In addition to the benefits of the other beach communities, you also get Paul Blart to ward off any unwanted visitors. It will cost you though.... Homes here average $462,000!
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Our commission plan is very simple, straight forward and are all inclusive of all the tools offered by La Rosa Realty. Plain and simple La Rosa offers the best commission structure in the entire industry, period! Welcome to Tomorrow's Real Estate Industry today. The Market is always changing and real estate agents have been forced to change the way they conduct business. Isn’t it time to find a brokerage that is doing the same?
Keeping the house together during the selling process is a challenge.
"We were so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Mike as he made the whole home selling process so easy and seamless. We relied heavily on Mike's real estate knowledge and appreciated his hard work ethic and professionalism -- he was always available to answer our questions and concerns. Mike also gave us constructive suggestions and great, honest advice. Our listing looked amazing and the photographer Mike hired did a fantastic job showcasing our condo. We would not hesitate to recommend Mike to family and friends looking for homes and thinking about selling -- not only is Mike a trustworthy and true professional, but he is genuinely a nice guy! Thank you, Mike, and we look forward to working with you again ~ Barry and Keichi