About Amanda & Fraser




Amanda Bolwell was born and raised in Zimbabwe and at the age of 19 left her home and moved to Europe.  After traveling for a year, she settled in London where she lived for six years while working for an advertising and design agency.  Her sense of adventure and the desire for warmer weather finally brought Amanda to Florida where she embarked on a career that would allow her to help others and give back to the community.  She earned her degree in nursing. Besides the marketing and advertising experience Amanda has, she also brings with her experience from 23 years in nursing and from this training has great attention to detail, compassion, the ability to remain calm under pressure and critical thinking skills, all to benefit while working with her real estate clients.  This gives Amanda a unique insight into how to market properties and advocate for clients in the real estate arena.

Amanda Bolwell entered the Real Estate world seeking a new challenge, want to meet new people, but above all, to help those people accomplish homeownership.  Buying or selling a home is considered to be one of life’s major stressors and her real-life experience is uniquely suited to serve real estate buyers and sellers.

Amanda is married and lives in Jacksonville Beach.  She has two children and two dogs and spends her free time gardening, painting, reading and traveling!



Fraser has been a local resident to the area since 1992 and is involved in the community in many ways, both in business and family life. He firmly believes that Jacksonville and the beaches have the making of one of the most desirable places to live, play and work in the country.

If you need to know where to buy your Jaguar tickets, where the closest grocery store is, where the best golf courses are to play or a recommendation for a local steakhouse, Fraser will know. He will spend as much time with you as you need to feel the same passion about Jacksonville and the beaches as he does.

What sets Fraser apart from all the other Realtors? A background in marketing, photography and video, and data analysis, so the right buyer is targeted through social media, direct mail and other creative resources. He has personally worked for non-profit organizations, building and renovating houses for the less fortunate.

Fraser has a wide range of knowledge from condo living to luxury waterfront, single family homes to foreclosure. Matching lifestyle homes to your needs or finding the right buyer for your home, he’ll ensure you have all the information needed to make an educated decision before acquiring the lifestyle of your dreams.

What We Believe In

Our culture is centered on customer service and professionalism, with a relationship that does not end after the sale. We’ll be here to support you all through home ownership with all our resources and recommendations on things like which tradesman to use, and what preventative maintenance is needed. We even provide you with the “Building Wealth With Your Home” software so you know how your investment is appreciating, what stage the real estate market is in, and lots of other wealth-building ideas in the real estate industry. Unlike large real estate agents, our primary goal is not to build a business empire or to sell franchises, but to ensure that our clients prosper through the sale or purchase of their properties.

Areas serviced

  • Jacksonville
  • Atlantic Beach
  • Neptune Beach
  • Jacksonville Beach
  • Ponte Vedra

Buying or selling residential property from the river to the ocean and everywhere in between.

Other specialized fields we offer include selling your probate property, discreetly and amicably selling your divorced property, and buying homes for cash.


Click here for our “Unique Buyer Services“, or Unique Seller Services which clearly shows our dedication to earning your business and garnering your 5-star review, which in turn builds more opportunities.

So let’s start our journey together now, by downloading our extremely useful Buyers Guide or Sellers Guide so we can remove some of that anxiety and replace it with excitement.

Lastly, by fulfilling our promises, the highest compliment we can ever receive is a referral, which goes a long way to helping us secure our next client. Click here for 5 Star reviews.

Why the right real estate agent matters

“In today’s hyper-competitive housing market, the right real estate agent really makes a difference. You want someone you trust and feel comfortable with, who can navigate through the process with your best interests in mind. The more experienced a buyer’s agent is with a certain area, the more likely it is that they can guide you toward the right property for the right price, and within your timeline and budget.” bankrate.com.  A seller’s agent’s main objective is to sell the property as soon as possible and get the best price for your home.  Being fully invested from the first consultation, a good agent will suggest what you can do to improve the house before it is put on the market, from making minor repairs, painting, cleaning, decluttering, staging, and improving landscaping for curb appeal.  (Discuss an early inspection and appraisal if needed).

What does a real estate agent do?

Hiring a professional real estate agent when buying or selling a home can help you make smart decisions and avoid costly mistakes. They will be able to help you figure out a fair price for your home, as well as negotiate with the other party to get the best possible price. They will also be able to help you find the right home for your needs and avoid any potential problems that could arise. For example, if you’re looking for a home in a certain area, they will be able to tell you about any potential red flags that you should be aware of. Additionally, they will be able to negotiate on your behalf, which can be extremely beneficial given their expertise and understanding of the market. Furthermore, they can provide you with valuable insights and advice that you may not have considered otherwise. Ultimately, working with a real estate agent can save you a significant amount of money, time, and effort. Consider your agent as a great resource in the home buying and selling process. They can recommend finance professionals who can help with the best interest rate on a loan, they can set up MLS searches for house listings or land you may be interested in, and being experienced in the art of negotiation ensures your best interest is at the forefront.

A real estate agent is a professional who is knowledgeable about the ins and outs of the home buying and selling process. They can help you navigate the often complicated process of buying or selling a home, and can provide you with the resources and information you need to make the best decisions for your situation. Real estate agents are experts in the field and can offer advice and guidance on everything from pricing and marketing your home, to negotiating with buyers or sellers. Real estate agents are familiar with the local market and can help you find a home that fits your criteria that meets your needs and budget. They can also provide you with information on the local area, schools, and other amenities that may be important to you and your family. In addition, they can help you negotiate a contract for the best possible purchase price for your new home.

Communication and Customer Service

You shouldn’t have to wait five days for a real estate agent to return your call or reply to a text. Bad communication could cost you opportunities, and then you’re both missing out! You need a responsive agent. One who is available to answer your questions and help you with the home-buying or selling process. An agent who has the experience and is responsive will help you feel confident and secure in your decision to buy a home.


“An agent who works full-time and isn’t overcommitted with other work is more likely to be available when you call or text, and can set up last-minute visits to homes as soon as they become available. When you interview agents, find out if they’re willing to dedicate enough time to your needs, whether it’s getting a home ready to sell and show on your timetable, or visiting several homes each week.” forbes.com

Realtor vs. real estate agent

“Not every real estate agent is a Realtor. Realtors are licensed agents who are members of the National Association of Realtors. Members pledge to abide by the association’s standards and code of ethics. The National Association of Realtors is the largest trade association in the United States, made up of over 1.2 million members. The Association is committed to promoting professionalism in the real estate industry and upholding high standards of ethical conduct.” nerdwallet.com

Why the right real estate agent matters

“In today’s hyper-competitive housing market, the right real estate agent really makes a difference. You want someone you trust and feel comfortable with, who can navigate through the process with your best interests in mind. The more experienced a buyer’s agent is with a certain area, the more likely it is that they can guide you toward the right property for the right price, and within your timeline and budget.” bankrate.com  They will help you find a place that is perfect for you and your family and make sure that you are getting the best deal possible.

How does a real estate agent get paid?

Real estate agents typically get paid a commission, which is a percentage of the home’s sale price. The seller’s agent negotiates the commission when listing the home and the commission is typically split between the buyer’s and seller’s agents. So, if you’re working with a buyer’s agent, they will likely receive a percentage of the commission set by the seller. Both agents are typically paid after closing and a percentage is given to their respective brokers. The commission is negotiable, so if you are planning to sell your home it’s important to ask your agent how much they charge and what services are included in that fee.

Don’t Work With Friends and Family

“Let’s switch gears to address where not to find a real estate agent. One place to avoid is—brace yourself—your friends and relatives. Sure, you may think you’d feel more comfortable with someone you know, but it gets uncomfortable really quickly.  For example, you may not want them peeking into your personal finances (like how much money you make). And if they make a mistake, it could cost you both tens of thousands of dollars. Can you face that tension every time you see this person? Are you willing to fire a friend who does a bad job?” ramseysolutions.com

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