If you bought a home in Florida in 2018, you likely qualify for a homestead exemption of up to $50,000. That means that your property tax will be based on your home’s assessed value, minus the amount of your exemption (up to $50,000). That can mean big savings.[Read more…]
David Weekley Homes offering single-family courtyard homes, as well as townhomes, in Tidal Pointe community near I-295 and JTB.
It’s the type of setting you’d expect to find in more urban environments. Single-family homes and townhomes, apartments, shopping, dining and businesses, all clustered together in a convenient location. And, as Jacksonville, and the Southside, continues to grow, it may be something we’ll see more of in the future. But for now, Weekley’s “Central Living” concept is among the first of its kind in the Jacksonville area.
Closer to Where You’re Going
Chances are Southside Quarter is close to many of the places you’re going to already. Shopping and dining at St. Johns Town Center. Costco. Tinseltown. IKEA. Publix and Winn-Dixie on Baymeadows. And if you already work in the area (McKesson, Availity, Deutsche Bank and, coming this spring, Web.com), so much the better.[Read more…]
You’ve read all the “Best Gift” lists for Techies, Foodies, Fitness Freaks and so on…here’s a practical one for anyone you know who may be moving soon.
Sometimes, the best holiday gifts are the ones that are the most practical. And for anyone who’s moving, practicality, simplicity and efficiency are the hallmarks of a great gift.
So, in the spirit of all those “Best Of…” gift lists that we’re inundated with at this time of year, here’s just one more, to help with the heavy lifting:[Read more…]
Wildlight and eTown show contrasts—and similarities—in area communities.
Much has already been written about the booming residential developments happening in St. Johns County, Florida. But sleepy Nassau County, north of Duval, is on track to potentially double in size by 2045. And southern Duval County is seeing increased growth where it abuts St. Johns County.
Wildlight Builds on Rural Florida Feel
Located in Yulee, in Nassau County, Wildlight is building on the area’s rural roots, with a distinctly modern twist. The developers are calling it “Florida Lowcountry Living”, and it combines an “Old Florida” feel with modern amenities like gigabit ethernet and fiber optic cable. There will also be miles of trails, bike lanes and parks, as well as 350 acres of preserved open space.
eTown Brings the Connected Lifestyle to Duval County
From the developer behind Nocatee, The PARC Group, comes eTown, a development just east of 9B/I-295 and south of Baymeadows Rd. Designed with a focus on “convenience, technology and sustainability,” eTown is scheduled to open in the summer of 2019. Situated in the heart of the booming Southside area, near the St. Johns Town Center, Flagler Center and JTB, eTown is close to the shops, services, businesses and entertainment venues residents want.
Both communities tout the convenience of proximity to Jacksonville, the beach, the airport, shopping, entertainment, etc. eTown is perhaps more centrally located, but Wildlight’s location a bit farther off the beaten path will be an attraction for some home buyers.
Both communities have a focus on technology. As mentioned earlier, Wildlight promises gigabit internet speeds for residents. And eTown will embrace “smart living”, perhaps an indication that some smart home technologies may be baked in, or at least offered, with the homes in their Marconi and Edison neighborhoods.
Contact us for more information on either of these exciting new communities.