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Property Summary

123 Sedona Cir

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

  • Home Size: 1,335 Sq. Ft.
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2 Full Baths
  • Year Built: 2006

Report Summary

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  • Possible Warnings & Issues

    Possible Warnings & Issues

    • 1 Fire Incidents reported
    • Cumulative Value Loss Estimate: $1,000.00
  • Fire Station Proximity

    Fire Station Proximity

    • Good news! This property is within 5 miles of a fire station. Properties that are not within 5 miles of a fire station may be subject to higher home insurance premiums. Please consult your insurance company for more information.
  • Building Permit History

    Building Permit History

    • 2 Building Permits Found
    • Total Permit Valuation: $100,000.00
  • Transaction History

    Transaction History

    • 3 Transactions on record

Building / Dwelling Detail

Data Source: County

The following property information is provided based on the data source listed above and has not been verified with a physical inspection.

* Home size is defined as the livable space...

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Bedrooms 3
Full Baths 2
Total Stories 1
Year Built 2006
Property Use Single Family Home
Construction Type MASONRY
Home Size 1,335 Sq. Ft.
Gross Living Area 1,576 Sq. Ft.
Foundation Material SLAB
Exterior Construction CONCRETE BLK STUCCO
Interior Construction DRYWALL
Floor Cover CARPET
Heating Fuel ELECTRIC
Has Fireplace No
Has Pool No
Lot Size 0.10 acres / 4,550 Sq. Ft.
Lot Depth 182 Ft.
Buildings 1
Main Level Area 1,335 Sq. Ft.
Ground Floor Area 1,335 Sq. Ft.
Garage Sq. Ft 241 Sq. Ft.
Porch Size 143 Sq. Ft.
Second Porch Size 15 Sq. Ft.
Site Influence POND

Distance to Closest Fire Station

* A property with a fire station more than five miles away may be subject to higher home insurance premiums.

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2.16 mi - ALERT
5 Miles
Station: Daytona Beach Fire Department Station 7 - Drive Service
Staffing: Career

Possible Warnings & Issues

The following property information is provided based on the listed data source and has not been verified with a physical inspection.


Alerts are identified issues that have occurred on the property based on reported incidents.

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  • Alert

    Fire Department Reported Incident


    The fire department has reported emergency response to this property on 1 occasion with no serious injuries reported. The incident incurred a cumulative $0.00 estimated Property Loss and $1,000.00 of Contents Loss.

  • Flood Zone Information


    This property is NOT in a Flood Zone.

    For homes that are in a flood zone, there is an estimated 1 in 4 chance of flooding during a 30-year span. For this reason, flood insurance is required by lenders for homes in high-risk flood areas. It is also a condition before receiving a mortgage from a federally regulated or insured lender.

  • Wild Fire Proximity Information


    This property is NOT in a recognized burn zone.

    However, much of the interface between urban and rural areas is in close proximity to identified burn zones. Check to make sure fire stations and fire hydrants are nearby and familiarize yourself with other mitigation information and techniques. Insurance rates vary based on specific location and wild fire history.

  • Property Fault Line Proximity


    This property is NOT located within 5 miles of an active fault line.

    For homes within 5 miles of an active fault line. Most insurance companies do not include earthquake coverage as part of a homeowner policy. Check with you insurance representative regarding this coverage.

Property Checklist - Based on Year Built

The property checklist highlights property characteristics that should be checked based upon the year the property was built. This checklist should help enable a more thorough evaluation of the property.

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  • Lead-Based Paint Check


    This property was built in 2006.

    Some homes built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint. The older the structure, the more likely it may contain lead paint. Check for peeling, cracking or chipped paint on older painted stairs and banisters. Also check lead-paint dust around windows and door areas.

  • Asbestos Check


    This property was built in 2006.

    Some homes built prior to 1980 may contain asbestos in ceiling tiles, old floor tiles, siding and fireplace insulation, pipe cement and joint compound used on seams between sheetrock. Attic insulation in these homes may also be contaminated with asbestos.

  • Polybutylene Piping Check


    This property was built in 2006.

    Homes that were constructed between 1978 and 1995 may have polybutylene-based piping, which is a low-cost pipe made of plastic resin. It is usually gray, white or black in color. This piping was very easy to install and very affordable, hence why many contractors used it during this period. Research has discovered that this type of pipe ages and reacts with water-soluble oxidants causing it to degrade and leak.

  • Roof Condition Check


    Most roofing materials typically last 20 to 30 years depending on the quality of the materials used. So, if the home is older than 20 years, a thorough roof inspection is recommended.

Property Incidents

Incident Reported
No Incident Reported

The following list includes items typically tracked in emergency response databases of possible incidents that could affect a property. The icons indicate the incidents that have been searched or where relevant activity has been reported as of the date of this report. Other incidents may not have been reported, or may have occurred since the effective date, or could occur in the future.

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Property Incidents

  • Arcing, shorted electrical equipment
  • Building or structure fire
  • Building or structure weakened or collapsed
  • Meth Lab Activity Check
  • Carbon monoxide incident
  • Chemical spill or leak
  • Chimney or flue fire
  • Cooking fire, confined to container
  • Flammable material spill
  • Electrical wiring / equipment problem
  • Fire in mobile home used as fixed residence
  • Fires in structures other than in a building
  • Flammable gas or liquid condition
  • Fuel burner / boiler malfunction
  • Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
  • Incinerator overload or malfunction
  • Light ballast breakdown
  • Oil or other combustible liquid spill
  • Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire
  • Overheated motor
  • Odor removal
  • Toxic condition
  • Water exposure / removal

Fire Incident History

Incident Summary
Total Incidents 1
Injury / Death No Injury or Death reported
Arson No arson reported
Cumulative Loss Estimate $1,000.00
Incident Report
Date 7/26/2009
Fire Department(s) Daytona Beach Fire Dept
Incident Number 0910363
Incident Type Building fires
Duration of Incident 35 minutes
Smoke Detector: Presence / Type / Power None Present
Smoke / Fire Detector Operation: Unspecified
Automatic Extinguishing System: None Present
Automatic Extinguishing System Operation: Unspecified
Arson No
Fire Cause / Ignition Factors Unintentional; Improper container or storage
Human Factors Contributing to ignition (Not Related to Arson Event) None
Heat Source Hot or smoldering object, other
Equipment Involved / Power Source Unspecified
Area of Origin Vehicle storage area; garage, carport
Material First Ignited / Type of Material Multiple items first ignited
Property Loss Estimate $0.00
Contents Loss Estimate $1,000.00
Fire Spread Confined to room of origin
Extent of Damage Unspecified
Firefighting Actions Taken Extinguishment by fire service personnel; Salvage & overhaul
Firefighting Suppression Factors Unspecified

Fire Incident Follow-up

A fire of any size can create possible hidden damage and require professional services to return the property to a fully functioning, healthy living conditions for your family.

  • Smoke - Soot Contamination


    The most common hidden damage after a fire is smoke damage. Not all smoke damage is readily apparent. Smoke permeates throughout the house and can embed itself deep into fibers, wood, insulation and more. Of particular concern is it can have lingering dangerous effects far beyond the initial fire.

    Smoke damage can be visible or not, odorous or not, and can have varying degrees of toxicity. For the house to return to a normal state, it is imperative that all smoke deposits be thoroughly removed or the odors can return and the toxicity can continue to damage respiratory health.

    Verify that smoke and soot remediation was properly completed by trained professionals.

  • Interior Air Quality - Air Ducts


    During a fire, smoke works its way throughout the pipes, ductwork and other openings to all levels of the structure. Smoke odors penetrate throughout while layers of soot blanket everything within reach. Especially vulnerable is the Heating, Ventilation and Cooling (HVAC) duct work.

    Soot inside the home, if not eliminated, can aggravate people with respiratory conditions. The home's entire HVAC system should be professionally inspected to ensure that it is clean and free of hidden soot. A Certified Industrial Hygienist is best qualified to test and assess the home's air quality.

  • Electrical - Wiring


    A small fire can easily damage a home's electrical wiring. Sometimes the components themselves are the cause of the fire. Fire can spread through a house in strange ways. For instance, the same copper wires that conduct electricity also conduct heat very well. Therefore, heat damage to wire insulation can extend into walls and ceilings even when there are no signs of surface damage.

    According to the NFPA, electrical failure or malfunction contributed to 80 percent of home structure fires in 2007. For this reason, it's critical to make sure that all damage to electrical wiring is thoroughly ferreted out, since damaged wire insulation can itself be a cause of fire later on. A certified or licensed electrician needs to inspect these systems, ensure they meet building codes and confirm that the home is safe.

  • Structural Damage


    Superheated smoke can weaken wood that it seeps into, regardless if the wood had been exposed to fire. While this damage can be located far from the burned area, over time the wood can become structurally unsafe.

    Direct flame, extreme heat and water saturation can all contribute to underlying damage to structural supports, foundations and roof trusses. Before moving into a home previously damaged by fire and smoke, have a professional inspector with knowledge of fire and smoke damage ensure that it is safe.

  • Water Exposure - Hidden Mold & Mildew


    Firefighters can use a lot of water to fight flames. If the home has experienced any kind of firefighting extinguishment, ventilation or salvage and overhaul operations, you can assume the home is at risk for water saturation and mold contamination.

    According to the U.S. Department of Energy - Berkeley National Laboratory, approximately half of U.S. homes have visible evidence of a dampness problem or mold contamination.

    Hazardous mold can easily develop inside the home's walls. Wet drywall is notorious for developing mold. After a fire, drywall and the underlying wood, on both the interior and exterior of the house, need to be inspected, completely dried and replaced or repaired.

    Confirm that restoration and repairs were properly completed by experienced professionals.

Meth Lab & Carbon Monoxide Reported Incidents

Illegal Meth Lab Activity
No Activity Reported

Locations reported to the U.S. Department of Justice by law enforcement agencies that found chemicals or other items that indicated the presence of either illegal meth drug laboratories or dumpsites.

Carbon Monoxide Incident
Not Reported

Carbon monoxide alarms should be installed in a central location outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home and in other locations where required by applicable laws, codes or standards.

Building Permit History

If there is evidence of renovations, new construction or other changes to the property not reported below; work may have been done without the proper permits and inspections; may predate electronic information in jurisdiction files; may not have been properly recorded; or files may have been destroyed. Additional information not recorded here, may be available from local jurisdiction. Many jurisdictions only keep files for a limited period of time in the past.

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Permit Number Date Issued Type Status
052089 6/6/2005 SFR Complete
20050603282 6/3/2005 IMPACT CITY Complete
  • About Permit Data


    A building permit is required in most jurisdictions for new construction, additions, roof replacement, converting an unfinished basement to a family room or any remodeling which changes the use of that space within an existing building.

    HouseFax permit data results are based on construction activity that was permitted between the jurisdiction effective dates. Construction activity completed outside this range or not permitted will not be represented in this report.

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    Note: An incomplete status indicates that the building inspector never conducted a final review of the work performed.

Permit Data Summary
Permits Issued in Last 60 Days 0
Permits Issued in Last Year 0
Property Data Range 6/3/2005 - 6/6/2005
Permit Records Found 2
Total Permit Valuation $100,000
Authority Volusia 190 Sedona Cir Daytona Beach, FL 32124
Effective 6/3/2005 - 6/6/2005
Website Daytona Beach
Phone (800) 867 - 5309

Permit Timeline

  • 6/3/2005


    Permit #20050603282 Complete
    Class SFR
  • 6/6/2005


    Permit #052089 Complete
    Class SFR
    Valuation $100,000
  • 7/26/2009

    Fire Incident

    Incident Type Building fires
    Duration of Incident 35 minutes
    Fire Cause / Ignition Factors Unintentional; Improper container or storage
    Area of Origin Vehicle storage area; garage, carport
    Property Loss Estimate $0.00
    Contents Loss Estimate $1,000.00
    Firefighting Actions Taken Extinguishment by fire service personnel; Salvage & overhaul

Nearby Sales

Nearby sales include similar properties recently sold within a reasonable distance of the report property. This information is not intended to replace comparable sales data provided by a real estate professional.

Nearby Sales


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Map Data
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Street Address Distance Bedrooms Full Baths Partial Baths Last Sale Price Last Sale Date
1 101 Sedona Cir 0.14 3 2 unavail $163,000 07/18/2016
2 204 Bauer Cir 0.17 2 2 unavail $155,000 01/31/2017
3 129 Bauer Cir 0.19 3 2 unavail $172,500 08/26/2016
4 157 Perfect Dr 0.54 3 2 unavail $197,000 01/12/2017
5 104 Mcgill Cir 0.79 3 2 unavail $200,000 02/24/2017
6 300 Perfect Dr 0.81 3 2 unavail $227,500 01/25/2017
7 545 Bayberry Lakes Blvd 0.81 4 2 unavail $220,000 02/08/2017
8 6 Festiva At Lionspaw 1.06 2 2 unavail $310,000 05/01/2017

Transaction History

Data Source: County

The transaction history section (also refered to as voluntary lien history) is a comprehensive history of liens placed on a property. The report displays chronological events of financial and ownership transactions, such as the status of financial interests, assignments, foreclosures and ownership history.

  • Finance - 7/26/2006

    Loan & Financing Information7/26/2006
    Loan Amount$189,000
    Interest Description 1.250% ADJUSTABLE INT RATE LOAN
    Lender Name BAYROCK MTG CORP
    Transfer Type REFI
    Lien Position: 1
    Borrowers: XXXXXX DAVID
  • Sale - 6/1/2006

    Sale Information6/1/2006
    Buyer Name XXXXXX DAVID
    Title Company ATTORNEY ONLY
    Loan & Financing Information6/1/2006
    Status Released
    Loan Amount$184,500
    Interest Description 9.300% ADJUSTABLE INT RATE LOAN
    Lender Name FREMONT INVS & LN
    Transfer Type 1ST TIME SALE
    Borrowers: XXXXXX DAVID
  • Sale - 4/25/2005

    Sale Information4/25/2005
    Title Company ATTORNEY ONLY
    Loan & Financing Information4/25/2005
    Loan Amount$4,000,000
    Interest Description FIXED RATE LOAN
    Lender Name FEDERAL TR BK
    Transfer Type CONSTRUCTION
    Vesting As: CORPORATION
    CorporateBuyer Y

Loan History Terminology

  • Deed Types


    COR - Correction Deed: A deed executed to correct some defect in the original, such as the misspelling of a name or a mistake in a property description.Correction deeds are usually exempt from transfer taxes imposed by the recording authority.

    FRCL - Foreclosure: The process of taking possession of a mortgaged property as a result of the mortgagor's failure to keep up mortgage payments.

    GRANT - A Grant Deed transfers interest in a property from the seller to the buyer in exchange for an agreed-upon price. While the deed guarantees that the seller owns the property and is legally able to sell it free of debt, it does not provide a guarantee against defects of title (unlike the Special and General Warranty Deed). This type of deed is commonly used for residential real estate sales.

    NDOC - Normal Type Document

    NOD - Notice of Default: A legal document which signifies that the homeowner has defaulted on the loan, and has a predetermined amount of time to become current on the loan or end up in foreclosure. It also expresses the intent to sell the home if all the past due payments are not made in a timely manner.

    NULL - A null indicates having no legal or binding force.

    OPNM - Multi County/State or Open-End Mortgage: Deed for a type of mortgage that allows the borrower to increase the amount of the mortgage at a later time. Open-end mortgages permit the borrower to go back to the lender and borrow more money if certain conditions have been met. There is usually a set dollar limit on the additional amount that can be borrowed.

    QUIT - A quitclaim deed is a legal instrument by which the owner of a piece of real property, called the grantor, transfers any interest to a recipient, called the grantee. The owner/grantor terminates ("quits") any right and claim to the property, thereby allowing claim to transfer to the recipient/grantee.

    RLS - REBNY Listing Service: The REBNY Listing Service is a sharing of listings available to all REBNY firms that are members of the Residential Brokerage Division and non-member firms that receive revenue from the residential sale or rental of residential property located in the jurisdictions authorized by the Residential Board of Directors.

    TRUST - A deed of conveyance creating and setting out the conditions of a trust.

  • Transaction Types


    CNST - Construction Loan: A loan borrowed to finance the construction of a home and typically only interest is paid during the construction period. Once the construction is over, the loan amount becomes due and it becomes a normal mortgage.

    NONE - None.

    NMNL - Nominal: The stated value of an issued security.

    NULL - A null indicates zero/nothing.

    REFI/EQ - Refinance or Equity Line of Credit: Refinance is financing on your property again, typically with a new loan at a lower rate of interest. Equity Line of Credit is a line of credit extend to a homeowner that uses the borrower’s home as collateral. Once a maximum loan balance is established, the homeowner may draw on the line of credit at his or her discretion.

    RESALE - Sale or reselling of Property.

    SBS - Subdivision/New Construction: The action of subdividing. New construction refers to site preparation for, and construction of, entirely new structures and/or significant extensions to existing structures whether or not the site was previously occupied.

    SCBK - Seller, Seller Financed, Seller Carryback: This refers to a home financing method in which the seller of the property carries a second trust deed and note against the property.

    TMS - Sale of a Timeshare property.

  • Interest Rate Types


    ADJ - Adjustable: Any interest rate that changes on a periodic basis.

    BAL - Balance: The unpaid, interest-bearing balance of a loan or loan portfolio.

    FIX - Fixed: An interest rate which is set, and will not change over a given period.

    NULL - A null indicates zero or canceled out.

  • Loan Types


    CNV - Conventional: A mortgage loan not insured by any government program, conventional loans are the most common type of mortgage. They differ from FHA loans. Federal Housing Administration Loan.

    FHA - Federal Housing Administration: A mortgage issued by federally qualified lenders and insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).FHA loans are designed for low to moderate income borrowers who are unable to make a large down payment. FHA loans allow the borrower to borrow up to 97% of the value of the home.

    NULL - Accounting to nothing.

    PP - Private Party: A loan in which you buy from a private party rather than through a company/dealer.

    SBA - Small Business Administration: Term loans from a bank or commercial lending institution that the SBA guarantees as much as 80 percent of the loan principal for SBA financing programs vary depending on borrower's needs.

    VA - Veterans Administration: A mortgage loan program established by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to help veterans and their families obtain home financing.

Local Natural Risks

Data Source: Private U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Aggregator

The following list identifies certain natural features, potential risks, climatic and environmental factors within the listed geographic region that could affect the property. This is not a list of actual events (see below for local events) but provides information based on analysis of long-term data collected for the region.

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Earthquake Fault Proximity

Closest fault line 30 Miles
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earthquake fault legend
earthquake fault map

Flood Zone Proximity

Property located outside flood zone
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flood legend

Flood Zone Proximity
SFHA*: This property is outside the Special Flood Hazard Area
Safety: Within 250 feet
Community: Out
Zone: X
Panel: 0353H
Panel Date: 2/19/2014 12:00:00 AM
FIPS**: 12127
*SFHA: Special Flood Hazard Area
**FIPS: Federal Information Processing Standard
flood zone map

Flood Zone -- Glossary of Terms

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SFHA - Special Flood Hazard Zone – This is the 100 year floodplain. This is generally what people refer to as being “In a Flood Zone.” Returns In or Out, telling whether or not the property falls within the SFHA zone.

Within 250 - If the property is within 250’ of the SFHA boundary, it tells you. Because of minor sources of error, if the property is outside a flood zone, but within 250’ of one, this method is not accurate enough to make a definitive determination. A property site visit or certification by a flood service should be used to make an absolute determination.

Community Number - A 6-digit standardized community code defined by FEMA.

Community Name - Name of the community.

Zone - The type of flood zone as specified by FEMA. Per FEMA: "Flood hazard areas identified on the Flood Insurance Rate Map are identified as a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). SFHA are defined as the area that will be inundated by the flood event having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year. The 1-percent annual chance flood is also referred to as the base flood or 100-year flood. SFHAs are labeled as Zone A, Zone AO, Zone AH, Zones A1-A30, Zone AE, Zone A99, Zone AR, Zone AR/AE, Zone AR/AO, Zone AR/A1-A30, Zone AR/A, Zone V, Zone VE, and Zones V1-V30. Moderate flood hazard areas, labeled Zone B or Zone X (shaded) are also shown on the FIRM, and are the areas between the limits of the base flood and the 0.2-percent-annual-chance (or 500-year) flood. The areas of minimal flood hazard, which are the areas outside the SFHA and higher than the elevation of the 0.2-percent-annual-chance flood, are labeled Zone C or Zone X (unshaded)."

Panel - The panel number of the paper map associated with this flood zone area.

Panel Date - The panel date. This is the date that the map was produced and/or last updated, whichever is newer. Formatted as (month, day, year).

FIPS Code - The FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) standardized county code.

Sinkhole Proximity

Distance to nearest reported sinkhole: 3.6 - 3.7 mi
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Hail Exposure Index

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No Hail Risk
Below Average Risk
Average Risk
Elevated Risk
High Risk
Extreme Risk

HowLoud Report

*The Soundscore™ value is out of 100.

82* Calm


Soundscore™ is a value for the aggregate noise level at a location; the higher the score, the lower the overall noise level. A Soundscore™ rating is determined by three noise factors: vehicle traffic, air traffic and local sources (restaurants, schools, stores, etc.). For the most important component – vehicle traffic – we apply the Federal Highway Authority’s Traffic Noise Model. The methods for treating airport noise and local sources are proprietary, but treat these in a uniform way using national data sets.

Traffic17 - Calm
Airport 0 - Calm
Local 0 - Calm

FEMA Reported Emergencies

Data Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Effective Dates: 1/1/1959 - 4/18/2017

This list contains the the most recent major weather related emergencies registered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at the county level, and provides insight into the kinds of severe weather possible in the area with insight into severe earthquakes, wildfires, floods, tornadoes and hurricanes that affect thousands of homes annually. Understanding this local weather history can provide insight into areas of focus when inspecting your home. The list is limited to the 15 most recent results.

7 FEMA Emergency Responses by County

Natural catastrophes - including earthquakes wildfires floods tornadoes and hurricanes - affect thousands of U.S. homes annually. Was your dream home once damaged? Understanding as much as possible regarding the history of your next property is crucial to making an informed decision.

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Event Type Name Started County
Severe Storm(s) TROPICAL STORM FAY 8/18/2008 VOLUSIA


The following information provides general information on certain public services, local utility services and rates. Service availability is subject to actual property location and other factors.

Data Source (gas prices): Real Time / Proprietary

Data Source (cell service): Federal Communications Commission (FCC) / Proprietary

Data Source (utility providers): Various / Undisclosed
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Local Gas Stations
7-Eleven 1.6 miles
Cell Service
Verizon 5/6 Bars
T-Mobile 4/6 Bars
AT&T 6/6 Bars
Sprint 2/6 Bars
Cable TV & Broadband Providers
Kohlco Properties
Comcast Sch Holdings Llc
Bright House Networks Llc
DISH Network
Electric Utilities
Sumter Electric Coop, Inc
Progress Energy Florida Inc
Florida Power & Light Co
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc

Nearby Schools

Nearby school, district and contact information grouped by grade level.

  • Elementary Schools

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    School Type: Elementary Phone Number: (386) 239 - 6225
    Grade Range: Pre-K - 5th Supply Expense / Student: $4,911
    Enrollment: 491 Total Expense / Student:
    Advanced Placement: No Kindergarten: Yes
  • Senior High Schools

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    School Type: Senior High Phone Number: (386) 253 - 5213
    Grade Range: 9th - 12th Supply Expense / Student:
    Enrollment: 407 Total Expense / Student:
    Advanced Placement: No Kindergarten: No