Buying

No one is more familiar with the downtown Sarasota market than we are.  Need proof?  Check out our Neighborhood Niches page!  Whether you want to be top-floor in the center of downtown, in the newest luxury townhomes, facing the water on one of our barrier islands, or need help deciding, we can help. 

After we help you identify your ideal lifestyle and property, count on us to guide you smoothly through the rest of the purchase process.  We have the experience to troubleshoot and stop potential issues before they arise, and we work with a vetted team of home inspectors, real estate attorneys and other professionals to keep your purchase moving forward, so you can focus on the more fun aspects of buying a new home.  (We'll worry about when your escrow is due, you go pick your paint colors!)

DOwntown

Be at the center of it all in downtown Sarasota.  Award-winning restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries line the streets.  The weekly Farmer's Market is out your front door.  The Opera House, the Ballet, and any number of theaters (Gompertz, Florida Studio Theater, Urbanite Black Box Theater just to name a few) are all within walking distance.  With options ranging from full-water view high-rises such as Condo on the Bay, luxury townhomes in Burns Court and the Rosemary District, to the center-of-it-all feel of 1350 Main & Plaza at Five Points, there is a place in downtown Sarasota to fit every lifestyle and every price range.

lido key

Lido Key is just over the Ringling Bridge from downtown.  St. Armands Circle houses some of the best boutique shopping in the country, and beautiful estate homes line the streets on this little barrier island of Sarasota.  The sparkling and clear waters of Lido Beach beckon you to prop up an umbrella and stay a while!

Golden gate point

With luxury condominiums that hug the coastline and command full city, water, and sunset views, it's no wonder this 22-acre peninsula near downtown is so coveted.  Still walkable from all the sights and sounds of downtown, yet secluded by water on three sides, Golden Gate Point might quite possibly be the best of both worlds.