Meet the Team
Erica earned a Bachelors Degree in Real Estate from the School of Business at Florida State University. Her entire professional career has focused on real estate sales and valuation. In February 2005, she was recruited by Jon Kohler & Associates to lead the Centerville Conservation Community sales program as Director of Sales where it quickly rose to be recognized as one of the top conservation communities in the country. In the extreme buyers market of 2007, she rose to be ranked in the top 1% of sales in all of the Tallahassee Board of Realtor region and in the top 5% in 2008 and only sold land at the development. From there, she took over the extensive sales and contact database for Kohler & Associates, which she manages today. This extensive international “rolodex” is the envy of brokers across the southeast. In addition, she has the details to every plantation sale in the Red Hills, most in Albany, and other top high quality properties in the rest of North Florida and South Georgia. She operates this extensive database going back to early 2000 and today is contacted by almost every appraiser and every prudent investor or seller of plantations seeking to know the market.
In 2008 she officially became Vice President of Jon Kohler and Associates. Since her promotion, sales have been over $465,000,000 and over 205,000 acres to date making it far and away the leading plantation brokerage covering all seven plantation belts. She now also handles ranches and ranch conversions as well as high quality timberland. In 2014 she became a partner in Jon Kohler & Associates, LLC, the same year the company became a founding partner in Land Leader, of which she has an ownership interest.
Erica and her husband, Jon, have two young sons, Greyson and Ashton. They own Lick Skillet Plantation located south of Thomasville and just east of Tallahassee. The property has over 1.5 miles on the pristine Aucilla River and is one of the largest privately held tracts on the Middle Aucilla. The property is a recreational showplace. The main portion of the property is protected by a conservation easement with Tall Timbers and portions under easement with the SRWMD. Additional uses are the Lick Skillet Cattle Company which raises grass-fed, non GMO angus beef on over 225 acres of the ranch.