St. Johns County Healthiest in Florida

According to the latest annual County Health Rankings, St. Johns County tops the list for for both health outcomes and other health factors. 2015 marks the sixth annual report of this kind for Florida and the fourth year in a row for St. Johns County to hold the No. 1 position. From the News4Jax article: In a…

Get to Know: Brad Shee

This week we feature Sales & Operations Manager Brad Shee. Learn about Brad and find out the best advice he was ever given. How long have you been in new home sales? I have been in Real Estate sales since 2005 while I attended Florida State University. After Graduating in 2006, I followed my passion…

A view from inside

I love it when people ask me: Why MasterCraft? Why should I build with you guys? I’m eager to respond with some of the features that I used to charge an upgrade fee for when I worked with other builders, things that are standard with MasterCraft. Like our double-pane vinyl windows that don’t sweat and…

Get to Know: Brandon Ravan

Learn more about  Brandon Ravan, our New Home Sales Consultant who is selling in our St. Augustine community Villages of Valencia. How long have you been in home sales? 7 Months What made you decide to choose real estate and new home sales as a profession? The industry is growing and it’s an exciting field to work in. What’s…

Get to Know: Chris Shee

Get to know Partner Chris Shee, learn how he got his start in the new home building industry and who he owes his career to. Did you know he started his career here in Jacksonville? How long have you been in the home building industry? 14 years What made you decide to choose new home builder…

As Rates Drop, Mortgage Applications Rise

According to a Fidelity Investments article, the Mortgage Bankers Association said its seasonally adjusted index of mortgage application activity, which includes both refinancing and home purchase demand, rose 11.1 percent in the week ended Jan. 2. Fixed 30-year mortgage rates averaged 4.01 percent in the week, down 3 basis points from 4.04 percent the week before.…