Direct Line: (304) 830-0508
After receiving his Bachelor in Business Management from Texas A&M, Michael worked in the hospitality industry for 8 years as an Operations Manager. While managing a 170 room hotel and 30 apartments, he learned how to handle the hassles involved in tenant screening and the steps needed to create the atmosphere for a great tenancy experience. Michael is focused on fast and clear communication with both the owners he represents and the tenants who depend on him for their repair needs. When asked what he thought is the most important qualification of a property manager, he responded "I believe being truthful and upfront with all parties involved in the Landlord Tenant relationship is most critical".
Direct Line: (863) 835-1980
Marilyn grew up in New Mexico took Business and Finances courses in college and her first Professional Job was in Banking where she received several Customer Service awards. Her last position before becoming a real estate agent was as a Loan Officer. Marilyn worked for 5 years in Las Vegas, helping to manage over 500 residential units. She is a real estate broker in North Carolina where she worked with Weichert Realtors. For Six years she has been licensed in Florida and serves all of Highlands County as an agent for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group.
Marilyn likes being a property manager and sales associate because she likes helping people, whether it is an Investor looking to build his portfolio or helping a young couple get their first apartment or house. Since Hurricane Irma she has assembled a group of craftsman to complete minor and major repairs in a cost effective way for her investors. This has been a difficult year to be a property manager, landlord or tenant in one of the hardest hit counties in Florida.
Marilyn loves with her very spoiled dog Smudgy who accompanies her in her work travels. Marilyn enjoys time with her daughter and 3 granddaughters and in her spare time golfs, fishes and reads. Marilyn gives back to her community through her membership in the Lake Placid Women's Junior Club and the Elks.
Sebring was founded in 1912. It was named after George E. Sebring, a pottery manufacturer from Ohio who developed the city. He had a unique circular plan as the focal point for the city. The village of Sebring, Ohio, is also named for George E. Sebring (1859-1927) and his family. It was chartered by the state of Florida in 1913, and was selected as the county seat of Highlands County when the county was created in 1921. Sebring is the home of the Sebring International Raceway, created on a former airbase, first used in 1950. It hosted the 1959 Formula One United States Grand Prix, but is currently best known as the host of the 12 Hours of Sebring, an annual WeatherTech Sports Car Championship race. Nearby Highlands Hammock State Park is a popular attraction. See More...https://www.mysebring.com/