Wednesday, January 16, 2019



Jeremy Correia lived back and forth between Florida and Virginia until graduating from high school. Upon graduation, he joined the U.S. Army as an Infantryman and served with the 7th Infantry Division Light out of Fort Ord, CA. After serving his tour, he moved to Miami, FL and completed an Associate of Arts Degree at Miami-Dade Community College where he began working with college athletes. Upon graduation, he transferred to Florida State University where he continued to work with college athletes and ultimately finished his Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Food Science with an Emphasis in Athletic Training. He also achieved many of the top Certifications the industry has to offer in Exercise Science. While at Florida State University, Jeremy also began working as an Electronic Dance Music Disc Jockey, learning about music production & all forms of Multimedia, and studying the music business. Not surprising, multimedia including music production became a lifelong hobby.

After working with college and professional athletes during the first part of his career, Jeremy finally made the decision to leave the sports industry behind as a full-time job and ventured into finance in 2005. First as a Financial Planner and then into real estate as a Mortgage Broker. He has had Licenses as a Life - Health & Variable Annuities Agent, a Securities Representative and a Mortgage Broker. He is currently a Licensed Real Estate Broker, Licensed Real Estate Instructor, a Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser and a Licensed Residential Appraisal Instructor. He has worked with both Residential and Commercial properties in many capacities over the years.

Since choosing to go into the real estate sector, Jeremy attended Graduate School and earned a Master of Business Administration in Marketing and a Graduate Certificate in Accounting from the Keller Graduate School of Management (KGSM) of DeVry University - Florida. He is currently completing his Masters in Accounting & Financial Management as well as studying for the LSAT.