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715 S Beeline Hwy , Payson - AZ 85541
Office: 1-928-970-0398

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About Andrea Christianson

Andrea is a proud Realtor® at Coldwell Banker  Bishop Realty in Payson, Arizona. Originally from North Dakota, Andrea moved to Payson in 1997. She loves living in the Rim Country and feels strongly about the benefits of raising their children in this environment.

Andrea and her husband have two children, Abby and Travis. They enjoy supporting them in their many activities that include gymnastics, swimming and jiu jitsu (at THE LAB MMA in Glendale, AZ). Andrea enjoys volunteering at her children’s school, CrossFit, mud runs and Birthday party planning.

Andrea brings the same passion and drive that she holds in every area of her life to the Rim Country real estate market. She is proud to live here and is excited about every opportunity that she has to help others enjoy their experience here as well.

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