As a mortgage lender in the real estate industry it is extremely important to work with experienced and educated real estate agents! Carol was amazing to work with! Very great at communication and wil... read more
Carol was an excellent realtor - she handled everything with expertise while I was 1,000 miles away. She was thoughtful and on top of everything! Made it a very smooth experience for me. Highly recomm... read more
Carol has the knowledge and the skills to make the best out of every transaction ! I would give her 10 Stars !!!
She is the best
"As a Real Estate Broker Associate with RE/MAX DFW Associates, and a native Dallasite, I am experienced, educated and well prepared to assist you with all of your real estate needs in the DFW area. This year, I am celebrating my 20th year as a licensed REALTOR here in DFW. I have represented Sellers and Buyers through the years. Besides the title of Broker Associate, I have also earned the designations of RENE® (Real Estate Negotiations Expert,) and ABR® (Accredited Buyer's Representative.)
Along with my career in real estate, I personally relocated 4 times with my family, which helped give me understanding to the needs of my clients. My prior career was heavy in the advertising business, giving me great insight and knowledge of how to best market your property for sale. Intermingle those experiences, along with the vast education, support & up to date happenings in DFW with RE/MAX DFW Associates, I'm fired up and ready to work for you.
Read my reviews here, on Zillow and on LinkedIn. A long list of very satisfied clients back up my goals of "Stellar Service and Platinum Performance."
~ Carol Chaney Stack
Member of: NAR, TAR, MetroTex, rebi/RENE & REBAC.
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