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Randy Rhea has a passion for helping people make the right real estate decisions. Whether he is helping his clients buy or sell, he understands the emotions behind every transaction and is dedicated to listening to his clients’ wants and needs. His motto is simple – “Treat people right.” – and he carries this with him throughout every aspect of his work and life.
Randy is friendly, hardworking and approachable. With more than a decade of experience in the real estate industry, he has the knowledge and understanding to provide expert advice and the best representation throughout every stage of the buying or selling process.

Randy built a successful real estate career and eventually a team in Charleston, but the mountains were always calling. After many years of visiting Utah for its beautiful mountains and lovely national parks Randy decided to finally take the plunge and move to Utah. Arriving in January of 2019 he has taken full advantage of the outdoors. He enjoys hiking around the Salt Lake area with Millcreek being his go to for a quick hike, but loves straying further from Spanish Fork to Eden to as much as possible. Skiing is what introduced him to Utah so he tries to use is Ikon and Epic passes as much as time will allow. He looks forward to helping Utahns and transplants with their real estate needs.

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