Parker Insurance and Realty is an Independent Insurance Agency and has been doing business in the Wayne County area for over 30 years. We specialize in home, auto, commercial, ATV, motorcycle, boats and all other insurance needs. Being an Independent Agency, we have the opportunity to get you the best price available to suit your insurance needs. We can help you package your insurance or find you the specialty insurance that may be needed to have you covered.Our agents have over 95 years of combined insurance experience.
We represent a large group of (A) rated insurance carriers; they are as follows:
Plus multiple brokerage and surplus lines to service commercial & nonstandard personal business.
One Year Warranty:
Whether buying or selling a home, you can't predict when a problem will arise, but they seem to happen when you're least prepared. Unplanned expenses for home repairs can ruin the vacation you have long been looking forward to or, at the very least, put a strain on the Family budget. An HAA Warranty can give you the protection you need by covering breakdowns in major systems such as plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning, as well as working components such as washer, dryer, oven, refrigerator and other items. With so much that can (and will) go wrong, let an HAA Warranty give you your deserved Peace of Mind! Buyer and Seller coverage available. Ask Parker Insurance & Realty for complete details and an application for your HAA Warranty when you buy or sell a home.
Wayne County Data:
Incorporated Date: May 11, 1803
Total Area: 644.7 sq mi
Wayne County History:
Wayne County came into being in 1803 from cession of Creek Indian land. Present boundaries include part of old Appling County. Glynn, Camden and Charlton counties later drew territory from Wayne. Its name honors General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, a flamboyant fighter from Pennsylvania who conducted daring exploits against the British in several southern campaigns during the Revolutionary War. For a brief time, he also represented Georgia as a member of Congress. Jesup, the county seat, is named for General Thomas Jesup who fought Creek Indians along the border in 1836.