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Carrie was raised on the west coast. Originally from Tillamook, Oregon, she lived until 2003 in various areas in California.
Carrie is a graduate of Mira Costa College in San Diego. During college she worked full time for Fedex Freight and excelled through the corporate ladder, holding several management positions.
In 2003, looking to experience other areas of the country, she moved to Myrtle Beach and began her real estate career. Since then she has received Ruby and Emerald awards from Century 21 and been a top agent each year.
Carrie is an experienced short sale and foreclosure specialist, handling the pricing of property for banks and other agents. She is also a Certified Distressed Property Expert, meaning she has received specialized training in short-sales and foreclosures.
Outside of the real estate office, Carrie is an avid tennis player and dog lover. Any of her free time is spent with her three dogs, or on the tennis court. She also does extensive charity work throughout the year, including being a board member for the Feed A Family organization which is strongly supported by Century 21 The Harrelson Group. She is also president and treasurer for several home owners associations. Carrie has a passion for helping people. For experience, expertise and knowledge about real estate let Carrie help you buy or sell today.
Carrie is one of our team of Top Myrtle Beach Realtors!
Investment opportunity available this ranch home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen with breakfast open to breakfast area, separate dining room, great room with fireplac...
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