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About Donna Andreano

I'd love to help you Sell or Buy YourHomeInCharleston!

I am a licensed Realtor® in the State of South Carolina. I belong to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors®, The Coastal Carolina Association of Realtors, as well as the National Association of Realtors®. I feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment when I find the right property for my clients and when I list and market a property to be certain it sells for the right price and in a timely manner. My confidence in finding you the right home comes from my many buyers and sellers and their recommendations to others that result in repeat and referral business that keeps me productive and successful! And I Love it!

I am originally from New Jersey. I am married to my husband and best friend Albert for over 39 years :) Al's retirement from the U.S. Postal Service, where he was a Postmaster, is what gave us the opportunity to move to the award-winning, small-town city of Charleston. He worked and has recently retired as the Administrative Mail Operations Manager for the College of Charleston. We feel blessed and express our gratitude daily for being able to wake up to sunshine, work in wonderful environments, enjoy the beautiful scenes of nature and meet pleasant, happy people every day in Charleston! And we Love it!

We have two children AJ and Erica, son-in-law Greg, our adorable granddaughter Natalie, and granddog Noodle. And we love our Cockapoo named Bubba!

I can help you find Your Home In Charleston. And you'll love it too!

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