After a complete renovation, inside and out, ResortQuest's
"There was no stone left unturned and we decided to do the renovation to appeal to the clients we represent and give us a fresh new look," said Michael Taylor, area operations manager for ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals. "Our goal was to achieve the 'wow' factor from the moment our guests walk through the door to the service we provide."
Showcasing a "beach chic decor with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere," the
As part of the facelift, the office was transformed with wood plank tile and new carpet throughout, new quartz countertops, and all new furniture, decor items, paint and 30A-inspired artwork from local landmarks from
Outside improvements included a new parking lot with decorative pavers, enhanced handicapped parking, fresh landscaping with lighting, new paint and beautiful shutters.
The Seagrove office was originally built in the mid-80s when ResortQuest was Abbott Realty.
"Since we have been in this area for some time, we felt it was time to transition our environment to a more '30A' look," said Barbara McCall, sales manager/broker associate. "We would be happy to have area residents and guests come by and see the new office and enjoy the new surroundings."
Broker Carmella Bell told The Sun that the
While the team celebrates a "new beginning" at the
The sales team in Seagrove consists of Ann Hammonds, Ken Catrino, Kelly Webb, Mary Rosenheim, Jeannette and Eddy Smith, Chip Wasson and team leader Barbara McCall.
As part of the Wyndham family,
"We are able to offer exciting benefits to our owners, such as the Wyndham Home Exchange program that allows you to trade weeks at your vacation rental for vacations around the world,"
"Stop in to join us for a cup of gourmet coffee and to talk real estate,"