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1342 Colonial Blvd Ste H59 , Fort Myers - FL 33907

About Paula Clarke

Having been a Realtor for years in Ohio, I was blessed with the opportunity to move to the greater Fort Myers, Florida area.  It is like a dream-come-true to be able to live in paradise and help others find their dream home in paradise, too!  I truly understand what is involved with relocating from one part of the country to another or even a mile away.  Transition can be difficult even when surrounded by such beauty.

I refer to myself as the “Golden Rule” Realtor because I treat clients with the dedication and respect that they deserve.  My promise is to give you the time and attention necessary to make your move as smooth as possible. I consider it an honor when Sellers and Buyers entrust me to help them with their real estate needs. 

My credentials:  Broker Associate, Graduate of Realtors Institute (GRI), Master Certified Negotiation Expert (MCNE), Millions of Dreams Award Winner and Member of the Leadership Academy for the Fort Myers Board of Realtors, 2014.

I look forward to working for you.

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