Danielle Fraser exemplifies integrity, hard work, and creativity. She brings her customer focused attention to every detail of the transaction process which is coupled with her drive for excellence in fulfilling your real estate needs. Mrs. Fraser, a former Aerospace and Defense leader, has found her dream role as a Realtor®. She now leverages her diverse experience to pinpoint your needs, offer cutting-edge solutions, and develop high tech marketing strategies to assist in meeting your goals. Danielle believes strongly in the importance of communication and keeping customers educated throughout each step of the process. She understands that educated customers make the best and most informed decisions. Once Danielle represents you for your real estate needs, you will observe her creative energy and valuable market insights to assist the pursuit of your goals. You also will learn that uncompromising integrity is the key pillar of Danielle’s service.
An athlete by nature, and a former NCAA Division I competitor, Danielle can be found on the tennis court, playing soccer, or going for a run or bike ride on the magnificent Saint Augustine beaches. Both she and her husband, a retired Marine, are rated pilots who share the love of flying. Cruising above our gorgeous beaches, rivers and pine forests heightens their appreciation of Florida’s First Coast. When not flying, they are likely be found on a hike through our region’s many nature trails, enjoying the beautiful diverse wildlife of Northeast Florida.
Danielle is a firm believer in giving back and is particularly passionate about the Saint Augustine community. Danielle is an enthusiastic member of the local area, and she continues volunteer her time with several non-profit organizations. Additionally Saint Augustine’s incredible vendors and extraordinary restaurants make it easy to “buy and eat local”. Danielle is a member of the St. Augustine Elks Lodge and the Enterprising Women's Leadership Institute, and the Sierra Club. Danielle serves as a member of the University of Florida Whitney Laboratory Board of Trustees, and is a member of the Board of Directors of Fibrodysplaysia Ossificans Progressiva (iFOPa) an International non-profit board.