Who We Are
A local resident for 22 years and a realtor for 15 years in the Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte community, John Bockin knows the area well and will take the time that is necessary to locate exactly what is you are looking for in a home or a lot. If building a new home is want you want, John can address your questions.
Located in the heart of Punta Gorda Isles, 1133 Bal Harbor Boulevard
RE/MAX Harbor Realty started in 1992 and consistently is the top selling office in Punta Gorda!
Re/Max real estate agents average more sales per agent then any other real estate franchise
RE/MAX was founded in 1971 on the premise "successful agents receive higher commission splits compared with conventional real estate companies."
Work with an Expert in Punta Gorda Properties!
Searching for that home or piece of land in paradise? Contact John Bockin today to help find your home or lot in Punta Gorda, including the towns of Charlotte Harbor and Port Charlotte located in southwest Florida. John is an expert as he has a great knowledge of Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte Real Estate and he can share that knowledge with you.
"Coming from coastal New Jersey, I have lived in Punta Gorda since 1993. In the late 1980's, one of my jobs was to help captain a boat down to Punta Gorda from NJ. It was then that I knew I wanted to move here. I have watched this town grow into the little gem on the SW Florida coast that it is today. Working with Re/Max Harbor Realty since 2000, I have achieved the 100% Club, the Platinum Club and Hall of Fame awards. When I first arrived in Punta Gorda, I had the opportunity to inspect many of its homes. This has given me extra insight and an opportunity to educate the seller and the buyer to their advantage. I know this area and its waterways very well."
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Located in the southwest portion of Port Charlotte, this area has a mixture of large and medium sized homes mainly built in mid 1990's to 2005. Most of these homes are on canals that lead out to the harbor.0 comments
Punta Gorda Isles, also known as PGI, is a deed restricted waterfront community. With the exception of a few homes that are on St. Andrews Golf Course, all the homes look over wide waterway canals or beautiful large basins. One of the first water front communities in Punta Gorda, first launched in 1957, it has grown over the […]0 comments
Simply named after the legal subdivision (Port Charlotte section 15). This neighborhood consists of 1 square mile bordered by Orlando Blvd., Veteran's Blvd., Loveland Blvd., and Peachland Blvd. All of these homes have water and sewer, and are located well above the flood zone. Most of these homes were built from 1993 to 2003. This […]0 comments
Burnt Store Village is a deed restricted subdivision located 7 miles southwest of Route 41,( the main north/south thoroughfare). This community has the services of city water and sewer. As of this writing, this neighborhood is located outside the flood zone. The Village typically enjoys a lower cost per square foot than other deed restricted […]