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Jacksonville real estate agentsMike Jones, AKA Jacksonville’s Voice of Real Estate and former host of The Real Estate Today Show is a Jacksonville native and would like everyone, especially those from up north to know he has never experienced a full on hurricane. This seems to be a familair topic of discussion when he meets customers from out of state. Another topic folks are concerned with is alligators, kinda like squirrels in these parts…….hurricanes and alligators are synonymous with Florida and he doesn’t worry much about hurricanes and advises not feeding the alligators. You’ll be fine.

Born and raised in Jacksonville, Mike has enjoyed the Florida sunshine for all of his 40 plus years except for the 6 years he spent in the United States Navy. As any Aviation Ordnanceman, he’s proud to be called an AO, Ord’y or Red Shirt. Once an AO…always an AO! He spent his first 4 years of service attached to VA-27, one of the last A-7 squadrons in the tropical paradise of Lemoore California (if you’ve ever been to Lemoore you’ll know this is not the case). He also enjoyed life on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson for 2 western Pacific cruises (West Pac) and anytime you want to sip on a cold one and swap Navy stories….he will gladly oblige.

Cindy Jones, the prettier of The Jones Group is a transplant from Nashville, Tennessee via St Petersburg, Florida and a few other places. She landed in Jacksonville soon after her 6 year hitch in the United States Army. A gun tote’n, scud missile dodg’in veteran of Desert Storm she is surely a force to be reckoned with, although you would never guess it by looking at her. She hates snakes, bugs and lizards…Florida provides plenty of these too! However she loves the warm sunshine and helping good people with their real estate needs.

Together they enjoy keeping fit, riding Mikes Harley Davidson Road King, making friends, spending time at the beach and helping people buy and sell Jacksonville and Orange Park Real estate.

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