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3224 Little Rd , Trinity - FL 34655

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About Jim Steele

Jim has extensive experience with buying and selling properties in the Tampa Bay area. He is professional and strives to exceed his client's expectations. His lending background gives him additional expertise as he has 15 years experience with originating mortgage loans. Jim is a Multi-Million Dollar producer and has been successful in today's challenging market.

He utilizes cutting edge technology to market and sell homes. He lives in the Trinity area with his wife Lori and children Ryan and Sydney. He is active in the local community theatre circle and can be seen on stage at any given time.

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