Cunningham joins Coastal Realty Group

Julia Cunningham

Julia Cunningham

Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 11:41 AM.

Julia Cunningham has recently joined Coastal Realty Group on Cape San Blas as the newest executive sales member.  Julia has lived on Cape San Blas for 14 years, employed by General Electric, then American Express for the last 20 years.   She has been working in real estate since 2004 on a part time basis, and, is looking forward to returning to the profession full time to assist others in finding their paradise in Gulf County.

Julia moved to Gulf County in 1998 and has been active in contributing to the community since her arrival.  She spearheaded all efforts to make the Loggerhead Trails Bike Path on Cape San Blas a reality.  She was appointed by the Gulf County Commissioners to serve as a member of the Tourist Development Council on which she served for eight years.  She founded the Gulf World Marine Institute, a non-profit organization that rescues sea turtles and dolphins with the goal to return them to their natural habitat.  She currently serves on the Board of Directors for this organization.  Julia chaired the committee that negotiated more frequent trash pickup on Cape San Blas to keep the Cape clean and provide Saturday pick up for vacation rentals creating a more pleasant experience.  Julia is a strong proponent for many other causes to keep Gulf County a great place to live or visit.

Coastal Realty Group has been the leader in real estate sales in South Gulf County since opening in January, 2005.  

Preston Russ, broker at Coastal Realty Group, says that he is “excited to have Julia on the team because of her business experience and her passion for Gulf County.  Real Estate Sales are improving tremendously and we know that Julia will make significant contributions to the growth of Coastal Realty Group.”

Julia lives on Cape San Blas sharing her passion to maintain the beauty and uniqueness of Gulf County with others.  Visit her website at for additional information.

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