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Navarre Beach, FL

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Reservations & Main Office

Our office is open Monday - Saturday, 9am - 5pm Central Standard time.

Address:

8460 Gulf Blvd.
Navarre Beach, FL 32566

Phone:

Toll-Free: 800.821.8790
Office: 850.939.2311
Fax: 850.939.6039

Email:

vacation@gulfproperties.com

Our Team

Tom Schumack

Tom Schumack

Broker / Proprietor

Office: 850.939.2311
Mobile: 850.565.0542
Fax: 850.939.6039
Email: tom@gulfproperties.com

Tom Schumack was stationed at Hurlburt Field in the 70's while serving as an officer in the Air Force. He fell in love with the area, and puchased several lots on Navarre Beach. After retiring from the military in 1985, Tom and his family returned to Navarre, and Tom began his career in real estate. He joined Gulf properties as a realtor, and in 1987 obtained his brokers licence and was brought in as a partner. He has been an active member of the comunity for over 25 years, and has served as both Director and President of the Navarre Board of Realtors.

Rhonda Grey

Rhonda Grey

Reservationist

Unk

Unk

Feline Associate

In 1997, Tom found a kitten with a broken leg in the parking lot at Sandollar Condominiums and brought it to the vet for treatment. On the vet's paperwork, "Unk" in abbreviation for "unknown," was entered as the kittens name; and that's what he has been called ever since. Unk recovered from his injuries, and found a happy home in the Gulf Properties offices. Unk has been featured on Animal Planets "World's Funniest Animals" performing his office duties.

Toots

Toots

Feline Associate

Toots was brought to Gulf Properties by former Owner and Broker Nicole Wirth, who found the abandoned feral kitten near her home on East Bay. She has been a member of the Gulf Proerties family for over 16 years.

Knothead

Knothead

Feline Associate

When Knothead first came to Gulf Properties, he was wearing a collar and tag. The staff promptly contacted his owner, who came to get him. After that, he kept coming back. His frustrated owner eventually decided that he had found a new home, and he has been here ever sense.