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About Melissa McKinney

I have lived in Fayetteville most of my life. My family moved here from Belmont Ohio when I was 14 years old and I have called it home since. I was lucky enough to meet and fall in love with my husband Richard McKinney here in Fayetteville NC. He served his country proudly for 21 years as a Military Policeman. I have four wonderful children, well most of the time they are wonderful…. ~ smile~ I have also been blessed with two grandsons that can sucker me in to most anything! Grandchildren are, certainly without a doubt, our reward for living through the teenage years, trust me on this!

Being a retired military wife and mother of four, also now Mimi of two, I know what looking for a home from a far can be like. I am here to help, I want to do the work for you be your feet on the ground to gather the information that you will need to make an informed decision when you arrive! There is so much that goes into planning a move to a new station… What school district the children will attend, how far is it to Ft Bragg, I can help you with all those needs. If you already reside here in our wonderful city I am most always ready for a ride around town. Looking at homes is a true joy for me! I love to get new ideas from the owners of the homes that I show and also what you as the buyer has to say about what you could do with the home to make it yours! Fayetteville is truly a wonderful place to live and raise a family, patriotic to the core. You will love this city and all it stands for, I am proud to call Fayetteville NC home. I have lived other places through the years but I am always glad to return to my home here in Fayetteville!

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