Sabrina Wampler

Sabrina moved from Georgia to the Florida Keys in 2001 and loves being able to live, work and play in the beautiful islands she now calls home. Being married to Captain Augie Wampler, owner of the charter boat The Predator, has helped Sabrina to truly appreciate the local land and waters and easily make her transition into the Upper Keys Community. She still feels like she is on vacation in beautiful Islamorada and loves to spend time on the water or go fishing with her husband, two sons and daughter. She recognizes that Keys enthusiasts are buying, not just a piece of land, but a lifestyle and she enjoys turning this dream into reality for many buyers and sellers. Partnered with Sarah Ewald since 2006, the “Sold Sisters” have built a thriving Florida Keys real estate team, selling millions even during the most recent economic downturn. There is always a smile in her voice and her passion for real estate is obvious, which makes the often-difficult task of buying or selling Florida Keys Real Estate a more pleasant experience.

Sarah Ewald

Sarah Ewald has been a life-long resident of the Upper Florida Keys. Sarah has worked in the Islamorada real estate business since 2003 and previously worked as a dive boat captain for nearly 10 years, holding her Masters Captain’s license so appreciates the waterfront needs of her clients. Sarah also comes from a family of entrepreneurs and real estate professionals, therefore welcoming challenges when faced with out-of the box thinking and tough negotiating obstacles, creating the efficiency that helps bring buyers and sellers closer together during real estate transactions. Partnered with Sabrina Wampler since 2006, the “Sold Sisters” have built a thriving, top producing real estate sales team, selling over $40 million in 2018 and millions even during the most recent economic downturn. Sarah is a big animal lover, embraces the outdoors and travel, and has been riding horses since she was a kid. She and her husband, son, daughter, two horses, three dogs and cat reside in Islamorada.

Sarah’ paternal great-grandfather putting Pompano Beach on the map
Details of 1914 letter re naming of Pompano Beach
Frank Sheen names Pompano Beach