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100 E San Angelo Ave , Gilbert - AZ 85234

About Richard Shuttleton

My name is Rick Shuttleton and I am a Former Marine and REALTOR® with Zion Realty. I work with Veterans and Investors as well as the traditional retail market. 

As a Former Marine, I believe in taking care of our own and want to educate and inform Vets of their VA Mortgage Benefit.  Most Veterans have no idea they could qualify for a VA backed loan.  

Real Estate has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember and have been involved with the investing side; fix and flips, wholesale and buy and holds. I wanted to bring my experience to the general public and decided to get my Real Estate license to do just that. 

 10% OF ALL COMMISSIONS made by me will be donated to a local Veterans charity.

Richard Shuttleton

Zion Realty

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Certified Distressed Property Expert Designation (CDPE)
Certified Military Residential Specialist
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
REALTOR®
The Multiple Listing Service Mark
 
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