Also in the Observer: Grand Living Realty's CEO tabbed District 2 vice president of Florida Realtors; Palm Coast business rated "Top Pro" by thumbtack.com; New hires and promotions.
The Flagler Home Builders Association is hosting the 2018 Parade of Homes in Flagler County, according to a news release.
The 24th-annual Flagler Parade of Homes is a scattered site tour of new homes in the area. Builder members of the FHBA open models, spec and pre-sold homes for people to tour each year.
People interested in moving or seeing the latest home designs have used the Parade of Homes as a resource since 1994, according to the release. Visitors can choose a home by location, price range and style.
This year’s parade features “The Turino,” built by Olsen Custom Homes, which is located in Wild Oaks at Grand Haven. The home has three bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, 2,947 square feet of living space and a three-car courtyard entry garage.
- When: March 3-11
- Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
- For more information, click here.
Former Palm Coast commissioner joins Southern Title team
Southern Title announced the addition of Jason DeLorenzo to its sales team, effective immediately, according to a news release. DeLorenzo used to serve as the government affairs director for the Flagler Home Builders Association and was a Palm Coast city commissioner from 2007 to 2012. At Southern Title, DeLorenzo will be responsible for forging new business relationships with builders and developers throughout central and north Florida.
Grand Living Realty's CEO tabbed District 2 vice president of Florida Realtors
Lindsay Dolamore, the CEO of Grand Living Realty in Palm Coast, was named the vice president of Florida Realtors for District 2, according to a news release. Florida Realtors is the state’s largest professional association.
District 2 encompasses Flagler, Volusia and Brevard counties. As district vice president, Dolamore will focus on enhancing Florida Realtors’ advocacy, education and support programs for real estate professionals.
“As Realtors, we do so much more for families than just open a door,” he said in a release. “Our association is a powerful advocate for homeowners, and every day, our members strive to change the lives of Floridians for the better.”
Palm Coast business rated "Top Pro" by thumbtack.com
Palm Coast business First Class Painting was named a “Top Pro” on thumbtack.com, an online service that matches local professionals with customers, according to a news release. To qualify as a Top Pro, a professional must have a record of delivering exceptional experiences and retaining clients. Only 4% of Thumbtack pros currently qualify, according to a company spokeswoman. You can reach First Class Painting at 562-5656.
New hires and promotions
- The Eye Center in St. Augustine named Kathy Pumphrey its director of nursing of the Eye Surgery Center, located at 1400 U.S. Highway 1. The center also has a Palm Coast location.