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About Patricia "Trish" Dement Morris

Making dreams come true one home at a time!!!

Patricia is a native to the Wake Forest/Rolesville Area. She currently resides in Franklin County on the farm with her family, husband Rufus and daughter Jana, along their 4 horses. Patricia's daughter, Jana has followed her foot steps with success! They both are very active in the Horse Community and Jana has shown horses since age 5 with many state level Championships. In 2016 Jana won the NBHA World Championship Youth Barrel Racing!! What a accomplishment for them both!!

Since beginning her career in Real Estate, Patricia has had many accomplishments! Growing up in Wake County has allowed her greater knowledge of the current market conditions. During her first year she received Rookie of the Year. The following year she was awarded Associate of the Year and her success has continued with Coldwell Banker HPW over the past 15 years to now being with the #1 Team in the World!! Patricia's attributes here accomplishments to her firm commitment to customer service and dedication to her profession! She welcomes the opportunity to assist you with your Real Estate needs!

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