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Sally Harasz

Growing up in an idyllic riverfront neighborhood surrounded by majestic oaks laden with Spanish Moss, Sally’s life has revolved around the water. Whether spending summers water-skiing as a child, boating as an adult, or Stand Up Paddleboarding with her dog “Riley” on the Intracoastal Waterway, Sally has a unique perspective of the water lifestyle that will be vital to anyone looking to find his or her dream house on one of Jacksonville’s many waterways.

“The ability to listen is most important aspect in helping someone to reach their own goals and fulfill their dreams,” Sally says. “Really understanding what each and every family is trying to accomplish, then aligning that with my knowledge and experience, has been a recipe for success throughout my career.”

A long-time volunteer for the St. Johns Riverkeeper, protecting the beauty and ecology of Jacksonville’s most precious resource is a priority for Sally. “I am so passionate about my city. The St. Johns River is the centerpiece of what I believe is the most beautiful city in the world in which to live.” Sally said. “I want to do all I can not only to protect it, but also to share its beauty with others. Being a real estate professional affords me that opportunity!”

Jacksonville is the largest city in America, and a great portion of it touches water. Whether it be homes that dot the creeks that wind off of the St. Johns, the Intracoastal Waterway, or the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, the opportunity to make the water a part of your life is abundant! An 18-year veteran of the Jacksonville real estate landscape, Sally has what it takes to help you navigate the market with “Experience That Runs Deep!”

Testimonials

After two years of using a family house as a rental property and having little but a very troublesome rental history, my husband and I reluctantly placed his late father’s home on the market with Sally C. Harasz, RE/MAX WATERMARKE. The house went on the market on a Tuesday, the first open house was on […] - C. Garcher