Ponte Vedra Beach, FL




It’s difficult to know when is the best time to sell, or how to get the most money for your house, but you don’t need to go through the process alone.

You may be wondering if prices are projected to rise or fall…or how much competition you may be facing in your market. Phyllis' free e-Guide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you haven’t thought about.


The process of buying a home can be overwhelming at times, but you don’t need to go through it alone.  You may be wondering if now is a good time to buy a home…or if interest rates are projected to rise or fall.  Phyllis' free e-Guide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you didn’t even know you should consider when buying a home.


Millenials are becoming one of the largest home buying groups in Jacksonville.  But who do you trust, and how do you begin?  What type of financing should you use and what type of home should you buy? Do you have enough money or do you need a concession?   Phyllis' free e-Guide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you haven't thought about. 


Phyllis Staines is a full-time Realtor and licensed real estate Broker serving the Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, and Beaches areas since 1998.  

Phyllis is known locally as a trusted real estate advisor and is the co-author of "Get the Best Deal When Selling Your Home" Northeast Florida edition.  She has been answering reader's questions since 2005 in her weekly "Ask Phyllis" blog in Saturday's Florida Times Union newspaper.  Phyllis believes in coming from contribution and has one of the longest running real estate blogs in northeast Florida.

She is also one of a few Realtors who offer Single Agency, meaning Phyllis has a fiduciary responsibility to you.  You wouldn't use your spouses' attorney in a divorce, so why would you use a Realtor who doesn't offer single agency?  The majority of Realtors in Jacksonville act as Transaction Brokers meaning they do not represent either party.  So when interviewing your next Realtor ask them to explain agency and who they represent, you may be surprised.


She earned her B.A. from Rutgers College in 1984 and earned her Masters degree with honors in business management in 1996 from Webster University.  She is a graduate of the Real Estate Institute (GRI) and was one of the first REALTORS in the country to earn the e-PRO Internet Professional designation (e-PRO).  She has also earned the prestigious Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES),  203K Specialist, and Short Sale Professional (SSP) designations. Phyllis was named Realtor of the Year for 2004 by the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors, achieving one of the highest honors awarded by her peers.


Phyllis is a contributor for local media outlets and has been featured in The Florida Times Union, Florida Realtor Magazine, Jacksonville Magazine, Realtor Magazine, The Jacksonville Business Journal, The Jax Daily Record, Realty Builder Connection, The Beaches Leader, and MSNBC.

She served as the Foundation Secretary and Board of Director for the The Donna Foundation from 2004-2014, and Board of Director for the Northeast Florida Multiple Listing Service from 2000-2003.  Prior 

to entering real estate, Phyllis spent over 15 years in the brokerage divisions of E.F. Hutton, Merrill Lynch, Barnett Bank, and Bank of America.  She has an extensive background in finance, management, technology, sales and service.  

She is active in her community and has resided in the Intracoastal West area of Jacksonville since 1993.  Phyllis can be reached at (904) 476-7653.    How can Phyllis help you?













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