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*MRP-Military Relocation Professional Certification *US Army Corps of Engineers-served as a Realty Specialist *CSP-Certified New Homes Sales Professional *Military Spouse-23 years *DSS-Distinguished Sales Society-continuing member A resident of Richmond Hill, Georgia, which is located between Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field, I have lived and worked in the Savannah area for over 30years. Presently, I am a full time Realtor with Fathom Realty and have over 20 years of real estate experience. My real estate career began as a property manager and became a licensed real estate agent in 2006, working both in sales and property management. In 2009, I served a 3+ year term position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a Realty Specialist, where I bought and sold property all over the country, working with all five branches of U.S. Military. As a REALTOR and certified Military Relocation Professional (MRP), I currently provide full service real estate needs in the Savannah area, including Bryan, Chatham, Liberty and Effingham counties. Buying your next home or Selling, I work hard for you and your family to transition smoothly.

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Fathom Realty GA LLC

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