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Why choose Christina Banks from Keller Williams Realty of the Treasure Coast?

Because she is your neighborhood Realtor. She lives here and loves the Treasure Coast. She is dedicated to her clients and persistent in matching unique properties to unique individuals.


FIND YOUR NEXT HOME

You need someone who knows this area inside and out! I can work with you to find the right home at the right price for you, including all the neighborhood amenities that matter – not to mention the essential criteria you have for your ideal home.

SELL A HOME

When it’s time to move, you need someone who will advertise your home, show to prospective buyers, negotiate the purchase contract, arrange financing, oversee the inspections, handle all necessary paperwork and supervise the closing. I can take care of everything you need, from start to close.

STAGING

Christina earned her CSA (Certified Staging Agent) designation in 2012. She will help you stage your home so it will be attractive to the ideal buyer, which will mean top dollar for you. Minor improvements or repairs, a new coat of paint, sparkling windows and a fresh scent can be the difference between lingering on the market and one that sells fast.

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Want To See More?

Martin County Television (MCTV) recently launched a new series called Destination
Treasure Coast in partnership with the Martin County Office of Tourism and
Marketing. Each edition of the program features unique places to eat, play, and stay
on Florida's Treasure Coast.

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HOBE SOUND

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Hobe Sound, which derives its name from the Jobe Indians that lived there before the European settlers, is an unincorporated area in southern martin county with a peaceful village-like atmosphere. It encompasses 5.7 sq miles and enjoys a tropical savanna climate with average winter temps of 74 degrees.
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Hobe Sound Location

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JENSEN BEACH

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The very old, quaint community of Jensen Beach is located along the border of the Indian River & extends over to Hutchinson Island & the Atlantic Ocean. It was once renowned as the pineapple capital of the world, shipping over a million boxes of pineapples per year. Today, the plantations are gone, but the pineapple has become the symbol of this charming village—which is fitting as the pineapple is the symbol of hospitality and Jensen beach lives up to that reputation.
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Jensen Beach Location

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PALM CITY

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Located just west of Stuart, Palm city is a beautiful, mostly residential community. It’s northern and eastern borders are on the beautiful St. Lucie River & it is connected to Stuart by two bridges- the original Palm City bridge and the new Veterans Memorial bridge.
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Palm City Location

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PORT ST. LUCIE

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Port St. Lucie was recently voted to be the #1 large city in Florida to live. The factors that earned it that position were low crime rate and affordable cost of living along with a quality lifestyle. Incorporated in 1961 by general development corp, Port St Lucie’s beginnings were large on paper, but small in population. In 1970 there were only 330 residents in its 77 sq mile boundaries.
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Port St. Lucie Location

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SEWALL’S POINT

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The Town of Sewall’s Point is a unique 3.5 mile long peninsula located between the St Lucie and Indian rivers. It was named for Henry Sewall who arrived with his wife in 1889 & gave a permanent name to the peninsula. He owned a point of the peninsula where he established his home on the river bank and a post office in 1891. His dock jutted out into the water where the St Lucie and Indian Rivers met. It attracted everyone traveling north and south and folks stopped at his dock.
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Sewall’s Point Location

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STUART

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Stuart was originally named Potsdam by the first German settlers is 1892. It became Stuart after Henry Flagler’s railroad connected the Florida east coast with the rest of the country and was named after Homer Hine Stuart, Jr in 1896. Early settlers were primarily pineapple growers and commercial fisherman.
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Stuart Location

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Want To Find Your Next Home?

All you need to do is contact me! I will be happy to answer your real estate questions!

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