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About Michelle Wilhite

I am thrilled to be part of Allen Tate Realtors- The #1 Real Estate Company in the Carolinas! I have been a native of Greenville, SC my entire life and most of my family are longtime veterans as well.

I have an Associate’s Degree in Marketing, Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and attended Real Estate School at the Wyatt Institute.


My husband and I own several rental properties and I have managed them for the past 6 years. I have a huge passion and desire to help others and take pride in being there for my clients every step of the way. My goal is to make the process as stress free as possible. I specialize not only in selling homes, but also represent buyers and have experience in relocation as well as foreclosures.


I know the area and surrounding areas very well and look forward to utilizing my knowledge of our beautiful Upstate to serve you!

Allen Tate Realtors-Greenville-Woodruff Road

Michelle Wilhite

Michelle Wilhite


 

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