About Millie Kanyar &
The Impact Team
Meet The Impact Team
Millie was born is Santurce, Puerto Rico and is bi-lingual. A graduated of Penn State University, she has a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising and holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Florida Coastal School of Law. Started her sales career with Oscar Mayer & Company in Philadelphia and before moving to Jacksonville, Florida in 1983. Millie has been an entrepreneur and owned several business before launching her Real Estate career with Watson Realty Corp. She managed the Ft. Caroline Watson office till 2012 and is currently a Broker Associate at the Watson Hidden Hills office.
Millie is currently a member of the Florida Ba, the Jacksonville Bar Association (JBA), the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA), the Jacksonville Hispanic Bar Association (HBA), the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. She has served on several Board of Directors including: Florida Coastal School of Law Alumni Association, JWLA, North East Florida Association of Realtors, the Florida Realtors and the National Association of Realtor.
Millie has held leadership roles in several of the organizations in which she is involved and has served as the past President of the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors (NEFAR). She is an Honor Society member and past Realtor of the Year.
She is passionate about Real Estate and understands that it may be a challenge at times but there is no other profession that is as exciting and more fulfilling. She is an advocate for home ownership and property rights and totally committed to helping everyone that chooses to be a home owner, accomplish that goal. She believes that "Home owners are the lifeblood of stable, sustainable communities."
Real Estate is my passion. My knowledge and attention to detail will show my commitment to the highest level of professionalism.
Call me anytime 904-421-6846
The area of Jacksonville known as Arlington is roughly bounded by the St Johns river to the west and north, the Intracoastal waterway to the east, and Beach Blvd to the South. Arlington is home to the first European settlement in North America, Fort Caroline, now a State Park, founded by French Huguenots in 1562.
In 1955, a controversial bridge, known to locals as the "Bridge to Nowhere", was built across the St. Johns River heading east of Downtown Jacksonville. Yet within ten years of the completion of the Matthews Bridge, Arlington became the most populous portion of Southside, and by consoli dation, over 50% of Jacksonville residents who called the Southside "home" were denizens of Arlington.
Today, Arlington is a diverse, active community with every amenity and housing possibility. From private golf communities, single family home planned developments, to townhouses, condominiums or apartments, Arlington has it all. Neighborhood shopping, dining, and recreational choices are abundant and close at hand. Arlington also has a full range of educational opportunities, including a local junior college FCCJ, a private university Jacksonville University, and is also the home of the University of North Florida.
No matter what your intentions, work or play, shopping or dining, getting your degree, or a few rounds of golf, all this and more is at your fingertips in Arlington.