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A native of the Durham N.C., Eli M. Rozier Jr. earned a B.S. degree in Financial Management from the University of South Carolina and his Masters in Real Estate Development from Auburn University. Eli is a licensed real estate professional in Florida and Georgia. Over the past 20 years, Eli has owned, rehabilitated, and developed residential real estate while integrating a variety of businesses with different cultures and business practices including the sale of a flourishing x-ray company. In his role as President/Owner of The Avail Group, he has established a vision of excellence for the company.
In May of 2015, Eli earned his Masters in Real Estate Development from Auburn University. This program concentrated on commercial real estate principles while focusing on LEED construction.
Eli and his wife, Debbie, currently reside in Jacksonville, Florida with their four daughters: Liz, Paige, Hope, and Eve. He enjoys watching his kids play competitive sports in his free time.
Debbie comes to The Avail Group with a vast knowledge in Administration and Design from years in teaching in both public and private schools and as the Director of Recreation and Aquatics for Eagle Harbor in Fleming Island, Florida.
Debbie has an undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in Applied Professional Sciences focusing on Merchandising as well as a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of South Carolina.
Debbie will be focusing on social media, website management and visual identity as well as consulting with regard to in-house rendering and detail oriented finishing techniques for final projects. Debbie is excited to be helping make The Avail Group a family business that focuses on finding and creating a perfect space for your family to enjoy for years to come.
Debbie and Eli have been married over 30 years, have four daughters, two son in laws and three cats. Debbie enjoys books, wine and being a band mom.
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