Assist-2-Sell Pensacola and its team of real estate professionals have been helping clients buy and sell homes in the Pensacola area for more than fifteen years, and they are good at what they do. Clients appreciate them for making the extra effort to make each real estate transaction a successful one.
The Assist-2-Sell agents and brokers often act as unofficial city boosters when they show properties to people who are relocating to Pensacola and know little about this westernmost city in the Florida panhandle. An attraction that never fails to catch the eye is the Futuro House on Pensacola Beach.
The Futuro House, known to some locals as the UFO house, is one of one hundred prefabricated houses built during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It's made of fiberglass-reinforced polyester plastic and other synthetics. "The UFO house on Pensacola Beach has been there as long as I can remember," one resident said, "and I grew up in the Florida Panhandle."
On the more serious side, Assist-2-Sell Pensacola Realtors like to show off the Pensacola Museum of Art, who’s Permanent Collection consists of mostly 20th and 21st century works by international, national, and local artists. New York artist Nathan Sawaya has a sculpture made entirely of Lego bricks on display there, and Pensacola artist Nina Fritz has an exhibit she calls Sketches of Spain and depict the painted memories of the artist and her travels through Spain. All told, there are more than four hundred works in the museum's permanent collection.