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About Connie Gibson

I am a Florida native originally from Brevard County. My father and stepmother moved to Clermont in the late 1980s. After visiting here for many years and seeing my younger siblings grow up here, my husband and I knew this is where we wanted to raise our daughter. We relocated to Clermont in 2000 and this has been our home ever since. In my spare time I enjoy fishing, horseback riding and bird watching. I have many years of experience in the real estate industry including having real estate in my veins.

My grandfather was a very successful real estate broker and my mother is still a real estate appraiser in Brevard County. I started a career as a paralegal handling family law and civil litigation. When the firm I was working at had an opening for a real estate paralegal I happily jumped at the opportunity. I handled many residential closings from start to finish and assisted with many commercial closings and commercial foreclose actions. I have a thorough understanding of the real estate processing and look forward to helping you buy, sell or rent your home. Contact me today, I am ready to help! 

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Houston Real Estate Market Overview Of  2022

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