I am a full-time Realtor with Dunes Properties of Charleston, specializing in the second home market, investment properties, and resort real estate. I have over 15 years of experience with coastal and luxury home sales.
In addition, I am a professional photographer specializing in outdoor, landscape and real estate photography.
In my spare time, I enjoy outdoor activities like tennis, boating, snow skiing, golf, and biking, and am an avid griller as well as live music enthusiast.
I am a graduate of North Carolina State University and a
member of the National Association or Realtors.
Contact Me1-843-607-0954 email@example.com
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