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About Cheryl Hook


Cheryl’s experience as a long time entrepreneur in the equestrian business has afforded her the foundation to become one of the leading real estate professionals in the Morgantown area. She has been a top regional and national sales producer for several years and has been awarded the National Sales Excellent Awards recognizing top 5% Realtors in the United States.

Cheryl is a native of the Morgantown area and has been licensed in West Virginia and Pennsylvania for over ten years. She exhibits great professionalism and pride while having a strong dedication to her real estate clients, showing a level of integrity that many strive to achieve. Working closely with many local Contractors has given her the ability and the knowledge to assist her clients through the building process from start to finish. Cheryl’s dedication to her clients does not end when the transaction is complete thus the reason she enjoys many repeat clients.

Cheryl, the proud mother of two sons, has traveled extensively in the States and abroad. She is an avid golfer and serves on the Pines Country Club Board of Directors.

“I believe success comes from personal attention to every detail, keeping clients informed and staying on top of the Market. I take time to focus on each client’s individual needs from start to finish and beyond.”

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