Tricia Schult

Re/Max Edge

Homes in Fayetteville NC RE/MAX Edge

About Tricia Schult

As an agent I am here to Work With/For You. I take your trust seriously. I work hard to provide my clients with the most positive real estate experience possible. A vital part of today's real estate industry is technology, and to that end I provide my clients with state-of-the art marketing and web tools. In today’s real estate market, you need to work with a real estate professional you can trust. I am dedicated to providing the absolute finest service and expertise possible to my clients. Whether you are buying or selling your primary residence, a second home, relocating to the area or to a new neighborhood, I can help make your home ownership dreams come true. To aid you in your home buying or selling process, my website offers a wealth of information about the home finding and buying process, please take a look or feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I can be reached on my cell 563-209-0391 (voice or txt) email t.schult@hotmail.com

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