Author Archives: Susan Turcotte

About Susan Turcotte

Since 1987, Susan has worked with property investors through powerhouse companies such as Coldwell Banker and RE/MAX. As a seasoned real estate agent and investor, Susan’s intimate knowledge of each aspect of the real estate transaction is essential to guiding buyers towards their perfect investment. She takes great pride in servicing her sellers to get their home “off the market” and sold as quickly as possible. Susan graduated Magna Cum Laude from Clark University with a Bachelor of Science/ Business Administration degree. She attended the University of San Francisco for her Masters Degree in Psychology. When not working, Susan can be found teeing off one of Sarasota County’s beautiful golf courses or enjoying a quiet moment with a good book. If you are looking to either invest or sell, let Susan’s experience guide you.

Sarasota County Croquet Club

By | September 12, 2012

Located on Pinebrook Road in Venice, the Sarasota County Croquet Club is the largest public croquet facility (three regulation sized courts) in the United States! It was formed in 2000 and has grown to 160 members. Tuesdays at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM the club offers complimentary clinics for those interested in learning about 6-wicket … Read More! »

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SPRING TRAINING IN FLORIDA…

By | February 21, 2012

 Yes it is that time of year… Spring Training in Florida. It is a great opportunity to see your favorite team up close. Sarasota County is home to the Pirates (Bradenton), Orioles (Sarasota), Rays (Port Charlotte), Red Sox (Fort Myers) and Twins (Fort Myers). Within driving distance you can also see the Tigers (Lakeland), Blue … Read More! »

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Casey Key’s Best Kept Secret

By | April 27, 2011

Casey Key Fish House was established in 2000 and offers waterside dining at Marker 32 along the Intracoastal Waterway. Whether you come by land or sea, you will not be disappointed. Casual dining with reasonable prices, along with a great menu including Fish and Chips, Daily Specials and of course, Willie’s Famous Bouillabaisse will keep … Read More! »

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Biking the Legacy Trail

By | March 7, 2011

Biking just got better.. We are so lucky down here in Venice. Along the Intercoastal Waterway are paved paths that can be used by bicyclists. On one side the path takes you all the way to South Venice and ends at the Shamrock Park and Nature Center. The other meanders along the trail with a … Read More! »

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