Wherever you look in Sanford,you have new neighbors you can call friends. The real estate market here is booming. Our beloved historic district has become a prime area to not only visit for the day, but to live in forever. Buyers from all around the world can’t help but be attracted to our charming brick roads and picturesque architecture, scenic riverwalk and marina, bustling breweries, cultural restaurants, and small-town vibes. Houses are hitting the market and being put under contract on the same day.
Even during a pandemic, realtors are seeing a spike in sales. No matter what, Sanford continues to open doors for new residents. Developers are becoming wise to this town’s massive potential, creating new communities full of properties for sale or lease. Custom new construction homes are popping up all over downtown Sanford, and builders like Miller Construction and JSM Construction have several inventory homes in the works. With a thriving downtown corridor,Sanford is blossoming. But don’t take it from us; take it from the experts some of our city’s best realtors.
Deborah Moran has spent the last 30 years in general real estate and obtained her real estate license in 1990 With most of her business coming from Sanford and Seminole County, she says now is a great time to buy or sell a home or commercial property. Even during a public health crisis, Moran is able to sell homes very quickly with multiple bids due to well-planned marketing strategies and properly priced listings. She specializes in residential and commercial properties.
“The real estate market is thriving and has continued to remain strong: she said.”Sanford is a booming real estate oasis. where I love being an advocate for my customers utilizing my strong appraisal background to maximize their investment potential.”
Moran, a realtor at ERA Grizzard Real Estate, became a Sanford resident 15 years ago. Proud to call it home. she knew our little city would have continued real estate growth when she first got here “Sanford offers so much charm and appeal from its thriving business, retail and restaurant centers to gorgeous historical homes,” Moran said. “I love the hometown community atmosphere. It’s been exciting watching our city grow over the decades.”
Real estate is the only career Moran has known since college. She completed a double major in Real Estate and Finance at FSU and immediately moved to Seminole County. When she graduated, she acquired a real estate license and immediately went into the commercial appraising arena. In 2016, she decided to leave the appraisal field and operate as a full-time Realtor.
“The downtown core reminded me of the small city was raised in Delray Beach,where my parents were small-town business owner Downtown Sanford is such a quaint city with brick-paved roads, historical buildings, and a beautiful marina.”
Moran is a proud sponsor of the Sanford Jazz Festival. Ladies 327 Supper Club, .1501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Walk on Water - St. Judes Fashion Show sponsor, and a PINK supporter in honor of her mother’s current battle with breast cancer. When she isn’t working, she enjoys going downtown with her husband, Steve, of 23 years and meeting friends for dinner a glass of wine and seeing many warm, familiar smiles.
To contact Deborah, call 407-579-5368, email: email@example.com, or visit https://DeborahMoranSells.com