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About Tom & Robin Tyson (The Tyson Team)

Serving the greater Northeast Florida market which includes Jacksonville and surrounding areas and specializing in CLAY and DUVAL counties in particular, my wife, Robin and I have closed well over 400 transactions for buyers and sellers over the past several years. We have experience dealing with all aspects of residential home buying or selling including short-sales and foreclosures, new construction and resales. Whether you are a first time homebuyer or a savvy investor we can help you get the the very best deal possible.

It is important to find not only experienced agents who can assist you with your real estate transaction, but also agents that will take the time to listen and be sensitive to your needs. With over 18 years of knowledge and experience in residential real estate in Central and Northeast Florida our goal is to strive to be the best that we can be in being responsive and professional in all of our dealings. In recognition of this, Robin has been selected as a two-time recipient of the 5-Star Best in Client Satisfaction Award for Real Estate Agents.

We also work with a number of lenders who specialize in bond programs, down payment assistance, interest rate buy-downs and other creative and innovative financing options to better assist you in obtaining the best mortgage loan available for your particular needs.

Call today if you need assistance or advice in buying or selling a home.

Have a blessed day!

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