Hannah Martin moved to the area six years ago, and quickly established herself as a local pillar of the 30A real estate community.



Martin earned her real estate license in 2009 and has recently attained her broker’s license.



“I have found my place,” said the Seagrove resident, which is evident in the fact that “I wake up excited, every day.”



She has a personal philosophy of providing “extreme customer service,” it’s what she loves.



The 24-year old to who is wise beyond her years did not have any real estate experience prior to working at Beach Properties of Florida. However from the moment you meet Martin her vibrant style and infectious personality make you realize this profession is a natural fit for her, And starting in real estate while home sales were at a low, helped her learn “many positive things,” like resilience.



Martin moved here from Jonesboro, Ark., to be close to her mother Sharon Martin, a teacher at Seaside Neighborhood School, and has had no trouble acclimating to the relaxed pace of the community.



“It’s a lifestyle I have adapted to,” she said as she smiles speaking of 30A living. “This is my home and I believe in everything this place has to offer. It’s such a haven to me.”



Martin credits much of her success to Jimbo Holloway, who originally hired her as his assistant and has since promoted her to a licensed sales executive.



“I would not be in the position I am in today without Jimbo,” she said. Martin and Holloway have a combined 18 years’ experience and over $150,000,000 in sales. The dynamic duo utilizes the latest marketing technology and can be found on Facebook via The Holloway Group where you can search the MLS directly from their page, online at www.30a-foreclosures.com, and you can also download their “Search 30a App” for free.



The partnerships and customers are the best part for Martin, who said everyone she works with has become not just a neighbor, but a personal friend.



“People want to give back to this community, they want it to flourish. That’s my favorite thing.”



Martin has adopted that same mindset in her field, and always makes the extra effort for potential homebuyers to get a true feel for life on 30A “It’s a lifestyle that offers something peaceful for everyone”.



Whether it’s selling a small cottage or a fabulous $5 million home, for Martin, business is about making dreams of Gulf Coast life a reality.



“I want all of our customers to be happy, comfortable, and most of all their experience with us to be second to none.”