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Meet the
Luxury Leaders

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When working with the Luxury Leaders, you can be confident that you are working with the best the First Coast has to offer. With over twenty six years of experience and local expertise, Jim and Linda offer a personalized real estate experience that is second to none. Trust, availability, and confidentiality are three important values that Jim and Linda exhibit in their business. Truly, working with the Luxury Leaders ushers you into the Luxury State of Mind.

About: About

Linda Ostoski

Linda became interested in real estate because she and her husband had owned many properties and small developments throughout the years. Linda emphasizes and maintains that service and education are of the utmost importance in all that she strives to accomplish. Keeping up with inventory and focusing on the needs of the buyers and sellers makes Linda stand out as a real estate professional. Her motto, "the little things make the difference," further strengthens her commitment that you will receive exemplary service tailored to your needs. Linda has obtained numerous designations and has been recognized by the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing Million Dollar Guild for furthering her specialized skills and knowledge base. Linda, a true Floridian born and raised, is immersed in the luxury lifestyle of the First Coast and enjoys the gorgeous beaches it boasts. She is passionate about her community and hopes to help her customers find the environment that best reflects their favorite activities and lifestyle.

Jim Zeller

Jim is a customer service leader with over 35 years of sales leadership and experience. Originally from Ohio, Jim sold their family business and  joined Burdines Department Stores, in Sarasota, Florida as a sales associate in the furniture department and was with the company for 21 years. He retired in 2003 as V.P. General Manager of the Altamonte Springs Burdines (now Macy's). During his career at Burdines, Jim was promoted and re-located to 7 different locations. Jim ran/worked in stores in Sarasota, Melbourne (twice), Fort Myers, Gainesville, Boca Raton, and Altamonte Springs. Not completely sold on retirement, Jim went back to working with Belk for another five years before retiring a second time in Ponte Vedra Beach. Rather than staying retired, Jim found himself well versed in the luxury lifestyle of the First Coast and decided to enter into Luxury Real Estate. Jim focuses on High Principles concerning his customers and customer service, and have all the latest tools at his finger tips to bring sellers and buyers together. Jim specializes in, but is not limited to: pricing and marketing homes to maximize seller profits; and finding individuals, couples, and families the best house for their needs at the right price.

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"Jim and his team are absolutely the best. They all worked incredibly hard and smart when they sold our home. I highly recommend Jim. We had our home for sale for over a year and had no action. When we give it to Jim we could not believe the action that resulted in a sale."

-Zillow User

"What can I say about Jim Zeller; he is patient, kind, knowledgeable, a genuine and wonderful man. He took time day in and day out to help me and my family find our dream home. We were also moving from another state and needless to say that was a challenge with house shopping. Jim made the time and was honest in regards to the home and the area, which gave me peace of mind that I was choosing the right one. When I did come to visit, I was prepared to view btwn 8-10 homes that day all of which he worked with me to narrow down so my trip was productive and worthwhile. It surely was and I, as well as my family, are so grateful."

-Zillow User

"Jim is very knowledgeable about the Jacksonville market and will go above and beyond to make the buying and selling process seamless. I would recommend anyone interested in listing or purchasing a home that the first call they should make is to Jim Zeller."

-J. Chandler

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