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1720 Dunlawton Ave. Ste.1 , Port Orange - FL 32127

About Linda Wright

Buy and Sell the "Wright Way!!"

First I am a wife, second I am a mother to three grown daughters, third I am a grand-mother to three beautiful girls and one handsome boy and finally I am one hard working realtor committed to helping people find their dream homes. After living forty-five years in Florida, I help First Time Home Buyers, Retirees and Families with the home selection and the purchasing process with their individual needs in mind. 

I am a Florida retired Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts teacher. I have a Bachelors Degree from Barry University and a Masters Degree from Florida International University, both in Miami. Five of the 34 years I taught, gave me the opportunity to be the Director of Student Activities at MAST Academy in Miami. (Public High School for Gifted) I was recognized as the Vocational Teacher of the Year in Dade County in 1991 and as the Walt Disney American Teacher Honoree in 1992. My message in career education was "Plan Your Life, just don't let it happen". Success comes along with hard work. This is my ninth year as a realtor and my first year with Realty Pros Assured. I would describe myself as patient, loyal, honest, respectful, professional and a leader. I look forward everyday to helping more people move to the Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange, Ponce inlet, Daytona Beach Shores and Ormond Beach communities. My message to home buyers is "Make this Vacation a Permanent One". I never imagined a second career could be so exciting and satisfying. I will be happy to answer all of your real estate questions with no obligation. INTERVIEW ME FIRST!

Buy and Sell the "Wright Way!!"

THANK YOU,

Linda

I specialize in Single Family Homes & Condos!

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