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100 Percent, Nothing Less… The Way Real Estate Was Meant to Be

At Tropic Coast Realty, our team specializes in providing outstanding service by always giving 100 percent, nothing less. Our founding principles are based on the belief that real estate is a business that is built on creating long lasting relationships.

We are so blessed to be located in one of the most beautiful areas of Central Florida. Our proximity to the beaches and the Central Florida area, and top quality schools make Brevard County the perfect place to live, raise a family or retire. We can help you locate your dream home in West Melbourne, Melbourne, Indialantic, Indian Harbor Beach, Suntree, Viera, Rockledge or Palm Bay. Contact one of our real estate specialists and they can help you begin your search today.

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      Often times we can become blind to the odors our pets leave behind. But, to a guest (or prospective buyer!), the evidence of your pets can be very obvious. This can deter a buyer from wanting to make on offer on your home, if they think the odor will stay even after you and your pets have left. Take a look at these tips on how to chase away the odor, before it chases away potential buyers! Pet Odor Can Chase Away Buyers Don’t let pet odors derail your home sale. Read Visit houselogic.com for more articles like this. Copyright […]

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