How It Works
Answer a few questions to tell us about you and the property you want to sell or the home you want to buy.
We’ll use that information to match you with the best local Realtor® who has exactly the expertise you need. Your agent will be selected based on their area knowledge, experience, performance, client reviews, and personality.
You’ll then be able to personally review and speak with your agent match to make sure that they’re the perfect agent for you.
Free & Independent
Agent Pronto is a free service for finding top Realtors® in Jacksonville. If you buy or sell a home with one of the agents we select, we collect a commission from that agent at no additional cost to you.
We are an independent service that partners with local agents from top real estate companies like RE/MAX, Century 21, Coldwell Banker, Keller Williams, and more.
Top Local Agents
With Agent Pronto’s free service, you’ll only be matched with top performing local Realtors®. These agents will be able to:
- Set and negotiate the best prices
- Help you thoroughly understand the local real estate market
- Find listings before they are public
- Quickly respond to your needs
- Earn your trust for life
See our frequently asked questions to learn more about how we connect you with top agents.
More About Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Florida is the largest city in the state and is also the largest city by area in the contiguous United States. It contains the third-largest seaport in Florida, the Port of Jacksonville and is nick-named "The River City by the Sea".
Jacksonville has 20 miles of wide, uncrowded beaches, the 40 mile stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway canal, as well as the largest urban park system in the nation with 10 state and national parks. Major sectors of the city’s economy include banking, insurance, healthcare, and logistics. Tourism is also important to Jacksonville’s economy, particularly tourism related to golf.
Among the many notable Jacksonville attractions are the 65-story Jacksonville Landing shopping complex in the city’s downtown area; the Florida Theatre, one of four remaining high-style movie palaces built in the state during the Mediterranean Revival architectural boom of the 1920s; and the Museum of Science and History, one of the most visited museums in Jacksonville.