This is a second, unsolicited, review of Virtual Home Realty; and in particular, its industrious owner and broker Alina Pekarsky. We purchased our home in early 2012 as a HUD property with the assistance of Alina and her workers. Since that time, we have been renting the Palm Coast property, 8 Foster Ln, with the assistance of Virtual Homes Realty or VHR for short. From the get-go, especially during the purchasing processes started in Florida but mostly done remotely from Virginia where we live, we could see that Alina, the boss, ‘the broker’, was most responsive to our needs and very responsive, day or night. Indeed, through the years, we have worked with dozens of real-estate agents for one reason or another; we never ever seen anyone of them as responsive; let alone ‘a broker’! You see, the brokers are supposed to be in some back office and highly unreachable; not so with Alina, not at that time. Maybe, since then, she did become a millionaire as we used to joke about because of her noticeable hard work, and less accessible these days. One thing is sure, at the time, she was the hardest working although her staff, and attractive bunch form Slavic lands, was also most helpful. Now, having said all these nice things, it was not always smooth with subsequent rental of the property through VHR; the first tenant had to be evicted. However, although VHR does not retain a permanent legal staff, they were able to do the paperwork to evict the tenant because of non-payment of rent. What’s more, at the time, one of us (the husband) made a trip to Palm Coast to check the property; it was in pretty good shape, not ruined by the tenant who left. At the time, we have some tense exchange admittedly, but Alina was very calm and graceful. Indeed, we made one good strategic decision regarding the rental of this single-family home: Keep the pool maintenance separate and let us, the owners, regularly pay for it. You may wonder where the word ‘virtual’ comes regarding the title of this agency. We don’t know, but we do remember our architecture major daughter giving a technical talk on ‘virtual’ homes… eg.. the colums that are there but not really, etc. etc. Well, maybe this sophisticated stuff was incorporated into the name of this agency; who knows?! In conclusion, for us VHR turned out to be the best agency; especially since our original plan of moving into our wonderful single-family home within two years did not come true because of one of us (the wife) kept delaying retirement from work. We had a better luck with the second tenant whose lease is soon to expire. We recommend to anyone, in location on Palm Coast, or living elsewhere as we are, to really consider this agency for purchase and subsequent rental of properties in Palm Coast.