Whether one is new to the area or has lived there for all their lives, there is still a bit of a science when it comes to making a real estate purchase in Jacksonville, Florida. One of the largest and most populous counties in the United States, Jacksonville has so much to offer to anyone, regardless of their place amid the economic strata. Blessed with warm weather and located on the Atlantic coast, with a major freeway rolling through it, Jacksonville is a destination for both families and businesses.
All Dressed Up With Someplace to Go
From shopping on the riverside at Jacksonville Landing (where more than 40 shops are eagerly waiting to serve you) to the rich history found in the Ritz Theater LaVilla Musem (where African-American culture and lore is on exhibit), Jacksonville is markedly dissimilar from other “sleepy” Southern locales. And while they haven’t exactly torn up the National Football Leauge lately, the Jacksonville Jaguars still bring the excitement of pro football to its host city’s citizens.
One of the Survivors
The recent downturn in home prices wasn’t as harsh in the Jacksonville real estate market because it never really inflated (compared to places like Miami) so the market correction didn’t have the same devastating effect. Newer homes with plenty of space, in good neighborhoods, can be found for less than half the price of comparable properties in other major, oceanside U.S. metropolitan areas like Los Angeles or San Diego.
A good real estate agent will be able to sit down with you and determine which areas of Jacksonville might suit your needs. Families with children, obviously, will want something different than that which might attract a retired couple of a young single person. Fortunately, good school districts and great golf courses are not mutually exclusive in Jacksonville. An agent who represents a wide variety of clients will be glad to steer you in the right direction.
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