Growing up in a military family, John Bond has lived in eight states. After being transferred from California back to Florida in the mid-1980s by his company, he made the decision to put down permanent roots. After living in Brevard County for the last 35 years, John’s love of the community would make it hard for him to live anywhere else.
As a computer consultant working with several major companies, he last worked for NASA/USA on the Space Shuttle Program.
Deciding to change careers, John did what he always wanted and ventured into real estate. He eventually went on to work for a national Real Estate Investment and Development Company as Director of Maritime Operations and Development (marinas and related development). This gave him the opportunity to work closely with city officials, attorneys, architects, and builders in various capacities while expanding his knowledge in Riparian (river/lakes) and Littoral (ocean) waterfront law, regulations, and property acquisition.
As a true believer in civic duty, John served as the Chair of the Board of Adjustment for the City of Cape Canaveral before being elected twice as a City Commissioner and Vice-Mayor.
He greatly admires our retired and active veterans and spends a lot of time working with these heroes. John has fixed their homes, is a guardian on Honor Flights to Washington DC, takes them to appointments, and in many other ways.
John attended the University of Central Oklahoma and, along with his Florida Broker’s license, also holds a Florida Residential Inspector's license.
He is an avid antique car buyer and seller and, when there is time, restores them.
Member of both the National and Space Coast Associations of Realtors©.