Get to Know Kane Robbins
Hi, I'm a Senior Mortgage Advisor from St. Augustine, Florida, and joined the PacRes team in July 2022. With about a decade of experience in the mortgage industry, I've spent my life building my career, and I can't imagine doing anything else!
While I am knowledgeable about many different kinds of mortgage programs, I'm particularly interested in helping families fulfill their homeownership dreams through low down payment options, including through the HomeReady and Home Possible mortgage programs.
When I'm not in the office, I enjoy spending time with my family, including my wife and two boys; we enjoy go-kart racing, boating, and spending time near the ocean and beach. Whenever possible, I also like to volunteer through Big Brothers and Sisters of America and Habitat for Humanity.
If you're ready to take a confident next step in your homebuying journey, I'm here to lead the way and to build a personal relationship with you! Please reach out with questions or let me know if you're ready to get started.
With sunny weather and the St Johns River running through its heart, Jacksonville is situated in the northeastern corner of Florida. The city is blessed with beautiful beaches, natural wonderlands, and plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities, such as the Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary and the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.
In addition to great surfing and swimming conditions close to year-round, there are significant historical and cultural attractions nearby, including the Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, home to more than 5,000 art pieces, and the Kingsley Plantation on Fort George Island.
Reaching a height of 120 feet with more than 17,000 gallons of water, there’s also the Friendship Fountain in St Johns River Park, considered to be the largest and tallest fountain in the world. For music lovers, there’s the annual Jacksonville Jazz Festival and the Great Atlantic Seafood and Music Festival.
Straddling the Willamette River, Oregon’s largest city offers culture, history, coffee, and lots of books. While Pacific Northwest winters may be damp, outdoor beauty abounds year-round. Forest Park, a 5,200-acre space that provides refuge to native wildlife, offers easy access to hiking and mountain-biking trails. For a scenic stroll, head over to the Lan Su Chinese Garden, the Portland Japanese Garden, or the International Rose Test Garden.
Portland is home to many family-friendly attractions, including the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, the Pittock Mansion, the Oregon Zoo, and Oaks Amusement Park, one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the country.
Plus, readers rejoice—the City of Roses is home to Powell’s, the largest independent new and used bookstore in the world. Once you’ve picked out a book, grab a cup of coffee at Portland Coffee Roasters or Stumptown.
Kane Robbins and his team did an excellent job. Would definitely recommend anyone to give him a chance. The whole...
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