RE/MAX Flagstaff Awards!

It was quite the month for awards at RE/MAX Flagstaff! 

 

Nancy Hutchison and Tina Turner with RE/MAX Flagstaff have received the celebrated RE/MAX Executive Club Award for 2017, which honors successful agents who have earned commissions at the first tier level in the past year. In 2017, the Executive Club Award was presented to less than 16 percent of all active RE/MAX agents.

 

Nancy has been serving her community as a real estate agent with RE/MAX Flagstaff for 2 years and has more than 4 years of local residential real estate and 5 years in Michigan where she specialized in historical homes, land and horse farms. 

 

Tina has been a real estate agent with RE/MAX Flagstaff for 4 years and has extensive experience in investment and multi-family homes. Among Turner’s list of achievements, she has earned the Executive Club Award for 3 consecutive years.

 

Annette Gardinal Broker/Owner with RE/MAX Flagstaff has qualified for the esteemed 2017 RE/MAX Platinum Club Award, which honors successful agents who have earned commissions at the third-tier level in the past year. In 2017, less than seven percent of all active RE/MAX agents received this award. 

 

Gardinal has been serving her community 18 as a real estate agent and with RE/MAX Flagstaff for 8 years and has extensive experience in water front, gated communities, and condominiums. Among Gardinal’s list of achievements, she has earned this production level award for her third consecutive year. In addition, Gardinal actively supports local non-profit organizations, Flagler Cats and Christmas Comes True.

 

At RE/MAX Flagstaff, our dedicated REALTORS® are driven to serve you and are committed to success. Please let us know how we can assist you with your real estate needs. Call us at (386) 246-8585.

 

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April RE/MAX National Housing Report

Here’s a quick update on the real estate market. With the selling season in full swing, April numbers show there’s a lot of action. Despite record low inventory, sales are up year over year, rising 2.3% according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report. To top off the report sales prices rose again to the second-highest median sales price in the nine-year history of the report. You can read the full report here

 

If you’re thinking about a move, an opportunity is out there waiting, despite inventory shortages. We’d be happy to help you find your next home. If you’re selling, call us to talk about your property. 

 

At RE/MAX Flagstaff, our dedicated REALTORS® are driven to serve you and are committed to success. Please let us know how we can assist you with your real estate needs. Call us at (386) 246-8585.

 

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March RE/MAX National Housing Report

If you’re thinking of making a move this spring, you’re going to hear a lot about inventory – or lack of inventory. Fewer homes on the market continue to be a theme according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report. The low inventory, quick sales, and record prices made February the third month in a row with year-over-year declines in home sales. You can view the full report here.

If you want a fresh start in a new home this spring, we’d better act fast. At RE/MAX Flagstaff, our dedicated REALTORS® are driven to serve you and are committed to success. Please let us know how we can assist you with your real estate needs. Call us at (386) 246-8585.

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February RE/MAX National Housing Report

The February RE/MAX National Housing Report shows that buyers may not be waiting for the typical spring selling season to begin! While home sales were down just slightly, year-over-year, houses for sale didn’t spend much time sitting on the market. Are you ready to make a speedy home sale or purchase? 

 

We typically have to wait until March or even April to see the housing market begin to heat up. But with a record number of January home sales, it seems things are kicking into gear early this year. Here are key points from February’s report:

 

1. Homes are still selling fast

The average Days on Market for homes sold in January 2018 was 60, up three days from the average in December 2017, and down six days from the January 2017 average.

 

2. Prices continue to rise

The median sales price of a home sold in January was $224,000. That’s nearly 7 percent higher than the median sales price in January 2017.

 

3. Homes for sale are still in short supply

We still need more homes for sale.  The number of homes for sale in January 2018 was down 4.8% from December 2017, and down 14.8% from January 2017.

 

4. Slightly fewer transactions occurred

Of the 53 metro areas surveyed in January 2018, the overall average number of home sales decreased 27.4% compared to December 2017 and decreased 2.8% compared to January 2017. But we’re already starting to see the selling season heat up and whether you’re planning to buy or sell or both, now’s the time to contact an agent.

 

Dig into the details of the February 2017 RE/MAX National Housing Report in the infographic below. For the full report click here.

 

At RE/MAX Flagstaff, our dedicated REALTORS® are driven to serve you and are committed to success. Please let us know how we can assist you with your real estate needs. Call us at (386) 246-8585.

 

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Congrats On A Job Well Done, Jimmy!

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We're so proud of our RE/MAX Flagstaff Broker/Owner Jimmy Millhollin for his efforts as chairman of the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce in 2017. Best wishes to incoming chairman John Subers as he takes the lead in 2018. 

 

This was such huge news that the Daytona Beach News Journal covered the story! Images are from Annette Gardinal, Jimmy’s other half and Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Flagstaff.

 

“ When Jimmy Millhollin took over as chairman of the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, he was focused on three things: Communication, collaboration and change.

 

While progress was made on the first two, the most significant aspect of his tenure was change.

 

Shortly after being installed as chairman in January 2017, the change manifested itself when then-Chamber president Rebecca DeLorenzo announced her resignation to take a position with the American Red Cross.

 

“All efforts were placed upon finding a new president and CEO,” Millhollin said. “That’s where all the focus was and that was a good six to seven months.”

 

The process culminated with the hiring of Jorge Gutiterrez in August.

 

“A lot of things didn’t get done that I was hoping to get done, but some important aspects did get done,” Millhollin said. “We did have change, that was accomplished.”

 

MIllhollin also was instrumental in initiating a focus on veteran business owners, calling upon his own experience as a military veteran starting out in the business world. A Veterans Networking group was established offering Flagler County vets information and support in business as well as camaraderie.

“It’s a long-term venture,” he said. “We’ve had several meetings and getting the information available out to veterans was what I was trying to do.”

 

The foundation Millhollin laid in the search for a new president and CEO, as well as other accomplishments, is something incoming chairman John Subers wants to build upon.

 

“I can’t start without looking back and applauding Jimmy’s year as chairman and what it meant,” Subers said. “Jimmy was the right guy at the right time. What I am supposed to do in 2018 is continue what Jimmy has started, really what the Chamber has always been about.”

 

Subers said one of his specific goals is to emphasize the membership value in the Chamber through building relationships and encouraging members and residents to get involved with the business organization.

 

“My focus will be helping to establish and encourage deeper relationships between the community and the Chamber,” he said.

 

Subers said one area where that effort will be focused is on small businesses.

 

“I don’t think it’s any secret that the majority of our business community are smaller organizations, mom-and-pops, and with that comes the challenges of time and resources,” he said. “The value proposition we’re going to hear from Jorge and the staff throughout the year is going to overcome, we hope, those challenges to create value and encourage those folks to get involved.”

 

Subers said Flagler County is poised for more economic growth in 2018 and the signs are there. 

 

“I think you don’t have to drive very far in any direction in our county to see bricks going up, so there’s growth in the commercial realm of new businesses coming to town,” he said. “I think that sets us up for a very strong economic future and I think the Chamber is right in the middle of it.”

 

The Flagler County Chamber of Commerce will stage its annual installation banquet Friday at the Hammock Beach Resort. For more information, call 386-437-0106.”

 

http://www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180117/passing-torch-flagler-chamber-installation-banquet-set-for-friday

 

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