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About Kelly Sauls

I grew up right here in the Triangle, just inside the beltline of Raleigh
and lived in the same house until I left for college. Even then, I didn't venture too far; North Carolina State University was my home for the next four years where I majored in Social Work. While in school I worked several jobs, including a children's camp, an assisted living home and I was even a waitress for awhile. After college graduation I entered into law enforcement. I was with Raleigh Police Department for a short time before I was injured and had to leave the department. 

While in training with RPD I was lucky enough to meet my husband, Brandon. We married in 2000. Brandon and I purchased a children's entertainment business and in 2001 I began running that full time. With that, I learned the beauty of being an entrepreneur. 

I believe that my past experiences have well-trained me to be a real estate agent. Living in the Triangle my whole life, I have a strong knowledge of the neighborhoods, the community, and the wonderful things it has to offer. I enjoy passing that information on to my clients. Majoring in Social Work gave me the training to be compassionate, caring, and understanding of others. Working with children taught me patients. Working with Alzheimer patience taught me to be humble. Being a waitress taught me service. And being in law enforcement taught me how to get up every time I fall. Each of these jobs has been vital in my success as a Realtor, but the one that trained me the best was being a mother!    That brings me to the light of my life; my boys. I have twins, Hunter and Connor  that were born in 2002 and Reid, who who was born in 2004. We like to travel, play sports, watch reality TV, and volunteer in our community. 

Real Estate is a full time job for me. With the support and help of my
wonderful family I am able to have an amazing job that I enjoy and that I look forward to doing for many years to come!

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