Erin Freel Mann
“I have had the pleasure of working with Erin Freel Mann these last few weeks in search of my new home in Ocala. She has been very attentive and on-point in finding the perfect home for me. Since I am moving from South Florida, I’ve had limited time to invest in my search and Erin was able to compile a very organized list with all the important details to make the hunt a very successful event. I would highly recommend Erin to anyone looking for a new home.“
– Tania Johnson
“Thank you Erin! We are positive there isn’t another realtor out there that was going to make this happen for us. It was a seemingly impossible dream that you made a reality. As our family has gotten to know you, we have realized that seems to be a pattern of yours. Thanks for securing a place for our family in the future, and more soil to plant grapes. More grapes equals more wine for everybody! Sincerely, you are a life changer and dream maker, thank you.”
– Maggie Peacock,
Owner of Dragon Flower Winery
• University of Florida – B.S. in Agricultural Marketing
• University of Florida – Outstanding Young Alumnus 2007
• National Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow – Former Director of Marketing
• Ironman Finisher – 2016
• Ocala Triathlete’s Club – Co-founder and Vice President
• Three-Time USA Triathlon Championship Qualifier
With a history written right here in Marion County, Erin Freel Mann grew up in Weirsdale among the citrus trees and orange blossoms. She developed a passion for agriculture, and her participation in 4-H and FFA as she grew up cemented this dedication. Erin is a lifelong supporter of the National FFA (Future Farmers of America) and is also a member of the Belleview FFA Alumni.
In addition to her company, The Market Place, a marketing company specializing in video production and web design, Erin is also an author. She wrote Fat to Fit at 40 after losing 100 pounds, currently available through Amazon. Her dedication to living a healthy and fit lifestyle has led Erin to competing in over 50 triathlons, one Ironman, and becoming a multi-year qualifier for the USAT Nationals.
As a real estate agent, Erin’s interests lie in farms and ranches because she understands how strong a connection to the land can be. She’s also passionate about commercial property, being a business owner herself, and she’s excited to help business owners advance their dreams and profits.
“Helping a home buyer find the right home, or assisting a seller looking for their perfect buyer can be one of the biggest joys in a person’s life,” Erin says. She encourages those looking for their dream home or buyer to reach out and learn how she assist them along every step of their real estate journey.
“We have bought and sold several properties over the years and I can say that hands down working with Erin Freel Mann was the best experience we’ve ever had. Erin responded to every question and concern very quickly and kept us informed of all showings before and after the home was toured by prospective buyers. No one could be more professional, reliable and conscientious.From the first day we met at the property to discuss the listing to the day we closed, we knew we were in good hands! Erin listed and sold our property in less than a month!”
– Kenny and Connie Thomas
Fun Questions with Erin
What’s your favorite aspect of living in Marion County? I love that Marion County still has deep ties to agriculture and the land. I love that we have a beautiful Lake Weir in our county, and that in the springtime you can smell the Orange Blossoms. Most of my family lives here, and I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
What keeps you passionate about real estate? I love being a problem-solver and not taking no for an answer. Be nice, be helpful, smile, and have empathy.
What do you do in your spare time? I train for triathlons, and I do 8-10 races a year.
Cats, dogs, or neither? Dogs! I have three miniature dachshunds.
If money were no object, how would you spend your time? If money were no object, I’d travel, buy more bicycles, and attend country music concerts.