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About Stacey Adkins

Stacey believes that Real estate is a relationship-based business, and she strives to create client relationships built on trust and confidence. Her ultimate goal: a business built entirely upon referrals from clients who are completely satisfied with the service and attention they have received.Patience is a rare quality in today's hurry-up world and a cornerstone of Stacey's real estate practice. Time and attention are gifts she gives freely – listening while clients share their dreams and goals, then answering their questions and helping them explore their many options. Stacey's former position as a service coordinator gave her years of experience in assisting people in stressful situations. And although buying or selling a home is hopefully a happier journey, it still can come with stress.

To ensure a successful experience, Stacey utilizes her talent for guiding people through unfamiliar and emotional processes, as well as her skill and experience in understanding of today's market. Stacey's belief is that knowledge of today’s market leads to good decisions. When clients know what to expect at each step along the way, it makes the entire experience more enjoyable for everyone.Stacey's decision to enter the field of real estate evolved from her life-long love of houses, decorating, and her desire to be a part of a business that helps people achieve their goals. It was time for a switch from solving unexpected and unwanted problems to being a part of making people's DREAMS COME TRUE. When you want an agent who gives freely of her time, attention and expertise, call Stacey Adkins at (713) 560 - 6521.

 

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