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Central Florida Top Real Estate Agent, Maria Rodriguez

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

Maria Rodriguez is recognized by many as a top real estate agent in Central Florida for her track record of long-term success, community building, and for her strengths in communication, organization and knowledge of the area.  Learn more:  http://mrodriguez.clermontcoldwellbanker.com/
Maria Rodriguez is recognized by many as a top real estate agent in Central Florida for her track record of long-term success, community building, and for her strengths in communication, organization and knowledge of the area. Learn more: http://mrodriguez.clermontcoldwellbanker.com/
Maria Rodriguez has been a licensed real estate agent since 1994, but she is recognized as a real estate marketing expert, custom broker, and an individual who goes above and beyond to help people meet their goals. She has a following of many happy clients of many years and they refer to as their “real estate agent for life.”

She is bilingual in English and Spanish and she works with buyers and sellers. Maria Rodriguez has been with Coldwell Banker Tony Hubbard Realty headquartered in Clermont, Florida, since 1999. She has high end or fixer-uppers and everything in between as well as houses in gated communities and 55+ communities. She has clients wanting to list houses or buy houses all over Central Florida in the following areas:
1. South Lake County including Groveland and Clermont
2. Winter Garden
3. Ocoee
4. Davenport
5. Windermere

Maria Rodriguez has a passion for the areas where she lists and sales as she has grown up in the area with her family. She has watched the area grow and she has become very attached and knowledgeable. Maria Rodriguez is known as a person who is mindful of each person’s needs, reliable about meeting with people, and credible in giving the answers they are seeking to know.

Watch Maria in Action as She Meets with an Interested Buyer, Audrey

After spending the afternoon with Maria, Audrey has decided to have Maria be her real estate agent. Although, Audrey did not make a decision on a house yet, she knows like many know that Maria Rodriguez is the real deal and she only wants Maria.

One of Maria’s clients is still in touch after more than 10 years. She calls Maria, “The best broker I have ever had.” She went on to buy a business and two houses from Maria as her family followed suit.

Maria’s strengths are in communication and bringing people together. She has a track record of being very effective when it comes to selling property, getting closings, organizing and helping people in the process, working with bank negotiation, and working with insurance and title companies.

Another client of Maria’s who has been a client for more than 13 years said, “Maria shows much patience and kindness. She gives you the info you need. She is very knowledgeable about real estate and she goes above and beyond to help you with your needs.”

Audrey heard from some of Maria’s past clients and she experienced how warm, reliable, honest, and helpful Maria was in another visit with Maria. She toured a gated community fitness center to help her decide on the house and neighborhood she wanted to move into. On this second visit with Maria, Audrey decided on a house and chose Maria as her realtor for life.

Watch Maria Rodriguez’s Testimonies and Audrey’s Decision on a House

Maria Rodriguez can be your Real Estate Agent for life too! You can contact her about listings or buying a house at 407-921-7936. You can learn more here: http://www.clermont-realtor.com

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Clermont Youth Athletes Compete in Unordinary Opportunity for Extraordinary Results in the Indoor Rowing Sprint World Championships

HEADLINE NEWS: CLERMONT, FL—-First Ever Indoor Rowing World Sprint Championships has TEAM AWINNINGWAY from Clermont, FLorida, largest US Team represented in the these first-ever world championships!!!

By: Alicia Weber

The first ever World Indoor Rowing Sprint Championship was held March 11-13 where 3,226 adults and 726 kids competed worldwide. The goal of the championship was to attract new athletes into the sport and compete on a Concept 2 machine from anywhere. As a Clermont event director, I made the goal of recruiting the most youth (age 12 and under) into this competition where I provided free training and a free race. I’m happy to say that I had the largest US team of indoor rowers (age 12 and under) representing the USA in this world championship.

Team Awinningway

I also competed and placed 26th in the world among lightweight women with my new best time of 3:50.3 for the 1,000 meter. My youth team came into this event with zero experience and my mission was to follow their success and see how they felt to do so something out of the ordinary. They learned how to row on a Concept 2 Machine and then competed in the 1,000 meter event all in the same day.
Hannah Bibby, 8, never competed in a sport before and she was our 2nd fastest girl on our Awinningway Team, our youngest competitor, and she placed 59th in the world for girls (12 and under) with her time of 6:42.3.

“This is phenomenal for me. When Alicia asked me if I wanted to learn to row and compete, I said yes because I want to take advantage of every opportunity. It feels good to exercise on an indoor rower,” mentioned Bibby who can now call a world championship her first-ever sport competition.

All the kids learned proper breathing and proper form for indoor rowing and they all exceeded their expectations and mine in their performances.

“This is awesome. I have more confidence and I like testing myself physically and this is a good physical test,” said the excited Nico Kurihara-Taylor after completing his row. He placed 82nd in the world for boys (12 and under) in a time of 6:27.4.
The kids watched each other race and cheered for one another. They are looking forward to their next event now.

“I feel like I am on top of the world,” said the uber-competitive DJ Belanoff who expected to do 10 minutes, but finished in 7:30.7 for girls (12 and under).

Aisha Hak, 11, was the fastest youth girl on our team with her time of 6:16.7, which placed her 53rd in world for youth girls (12 and under).

“It takes a lot of energy and strength. I am surprised I did as well as I did. It’s my first day to do it and I know I will only be getting better,” commented Hak after her race.

Andrew Powell, 13, was the only athlete on our youth team who had experience in an aerobic sport. He is also a cross country runner. He was able to get faster and finish his first-ever 1,000 meter in 4:45.7. He competed against nearly 400 boys upto age 18.

“I felt fatigue in the last 300 meters, but I pushed myself to finish strong because I am really motivated to do this event and try something new,” said Powell who was thankful for the opportunity to compete in this world championship.

“This event has been a great opportunity to keep kids active and off electronics. We appreciate having this opportunity for our kids,” added two parents of the athletes.

Official 2016 Results here

Contact ALicia at Awinningway@gmail.com to join her sport league and do unique events.

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