With very humble beginnings, Eddie Cintron was born and raised in the beautiful Island of Puerto Rico. At the age of 9 his single mother decided to take their family to the land of opportunity. Not having much in the way of funds, the family decided to bake Puerto Rican style pastries in order to collect the money necessary to buy plane tickets. While his mom and sister stood in front of the stove baking all day, Eddie and his brothers knocked door to door, charming neighbors and selling the delicious baked goods. At a young age, Eddie learned the importance of dedication, perseverance, hard work, the value of a dollar and excellent customer service skills. Fast forward to 2008, Eddie was at what he thought was the peak of his career, in charge of 75 employees and 4 departments in the Automotive sales Industry; Taking a local Jacksonville Dealership to the top in the Southeast region for 7 consecutive years and achieving and retaining the Circle of Excellence Customer Service Award. An honor given only to the top 20 dealers in the country. Then the recession hit. Eddie, like many Americans was almost wiped out nearly losing everything. He didn't want to start over; He had to start over. "I was in a do or die situation looking for a way out." Said Eddie. After a few years of dabbling with other industries Eddie finally found a place in real estate with Watson Realty Corp. "Watson Realty`s company-wide commitment to Legendary Quality Service sets the company apart from other real estate firms and that alone makes it a great home for me."