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They specialize in residential and commercial real estate, short sales, foreclosures, vacant land, and new construction. Both Brenda and Scoop are certified specialists in short sales as well as foreclosures.


Scoop is originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan and Brenda hails from Columbus, Ohio. Although their college teams were arch rivals, they now both proudly identify themselves as “Seminole” fans.
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Helping Sandy’s Victims

The devastation that hurricanes can cause is something we’re all familiar with. And watching the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy is heart-breaking. When hurricanes hit the Florida coast, we know we can count on support from the rest of the country. Now, we can return the favor.

Google is providing a real-time, interactive map that shows the extent of the situation, from power outages to shortages of food and gasoline.

    • Donate to The Red Cross. The Red Cross is always at the forefront after a disaster like this, providing shelter, food and other help. You can donate by visiting www.redcross.org, calling 800-Red-Cross or texting the word “Redcross” to 90999 to make a $10 donation. 

 

    • Donate Blood. The storm forced the cancelation of nearly a hundred Red Cross blood drives, and blood supplies are low. Make an appointment to donate blood to help offset the shortage.

 

    • The Salvation Army has dozens of mobile feeding units and shelters along the East Coast that are working to serve thousands in the most heavily hit areas. Visit www.salvationarmyusa.org to donate.

 

    • Feeding America has thousands of pounds of emergency food, water and supplies in the disaster zone that it is working to distribute to the storm’s victims. To donate, visit www.feedingamerica.org or call 800-910-5524.

 

    • AmeriCares is providing medicine and other supplies to people affected by Hurricane Sandy. To donate, visit www.americares.org.

 

    • World Vision is distributing flood clean-up kits, personal hygiene items and emergency food kits to people hit by the hurricane. To donate, visit www.worldvision.org.

 

  • Save the Children is also working to provide relief to families and their children. Visit www.savethechildren.org to donate.

Source: ABC News

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