Athens GA Realtor Residential & Commercial Relocation Specialist Services Launch

Real estate agency Cindy Karp Realty updated its range of real estate and relocation services for clients looking to buy or sell property in Athens, Georgia, and the surrounding areas. Cindy has over 26 years of real estate experience, providing professional services to local clients.

Bishop, United States - July 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Cindy Karp Realty, a real estate agency based in Athens, Georgia, announced the launch of an updated range of real estate services for clients looking to buy or sell property in Athens, Georgia. Cindy has been a licensed broker for 19 years and has over 26 years of experience in real estate, helping clients sell their current home or buy their next dream home and relocate.

More information can be found at https://www.cindykarp.com.

Buying or selling a commercial or residential property is a big decision and it is one of the most important decisions that one makes in their life. Cindy Karp Realty understands the importance of this decision and stands along with the clients to help them with buying or selling the best-suited property for them.

Cindy Karp’s real estate office is fully equipped with an integrated network of computer and communication systems which provide instant access to all the Multiple Listing Services, the Public Record Searches, and other tools and services.

Cindy Karp is a well-known and established professional in the Athens and surrounding marketplaces. She has experience as the president of a wholesale gift and marketing firm for 12 years and as an international importer. She holds a BS in Education and a BFA from Western Carolina University. She also attended the University of London, England as well as graduate school at SUNY New Paltz and the University of Georgia.

Cindy is the Centurion Award Winner Top 1% of World-Wide Sales 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. She is also a member of Athens Area Home Builders Association, Athens Area Association of REALTORS, Georgia Association of REALTORS, National Association of REALTORS, Woman’s Council of REALTORS (WCR), and a lifetime member of Million Dollar Club.

Cindy’s ethical values aiming for customer satisfaction along with her clean transaction theory make Cindy Karp Realty the best choice for Georgia property buying and selling decisions.

A satisfied client said: “There are some people, that when you meet and find out how phenomenal they are, you just have to tell everyone you know about them. Meet Cindy Karp. Hardest working real estate agent I’ve ever seen, one of the most fascinating women I’ve ever met, and all-around beautiful person. I’m blessed to now call her a friend! I’m so happy the other agent flaked out on us because then I wouldn’t have met her. Things truly happen for a reason.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-706-461-7253.

Contact Info:
Name: CIndy Karp
Email: Send Email
Organization: Cindy Karp Realty
Address: 1310 Pimlico Lane, Bishop, Georgia 30621, United States
Phone: +1-706-461-7253
Website: https://www.cindykarp.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88895379

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