CENTURY 21 Marrs & Associates
CENTURY 21 Marrs & Associates is pleased to announce Kendra Bunch has joined its firm as a sales associate. She will specialize in Residential, Commercial, Farm and Ranch and Richland Chambers Lake property sales in the Navarro County area.
“We are thrilled to have Kendra join our team,” said Renee Caperton of Century 21 Marrs & Associates. “It’s an exciting time to be with the CENTURY 21 System as we increase our market presence in Navarro County.”
Bunch just successfully completed extensive training and licensing through the Texas Real Estate Commission. She is also a new member of the Navarro County Board of Realtors®, Ellis/Hill County Board of Realtors® MLS, Texas Association of Realtors® and National Association of Realtors®.
Caperton added, “We believe training supports growth and professional excellence in the real estate industry. Performance-based training is necessary to assure that CENTURY 21 associates maintain their competitive edge and offer the best service possible to their clients.”
Kendra is a native of Corsicana, and a graduate of Baylor University. She has had the honor and the privilege to teach for the Corsicana Independent School District for eighteen years. “I am so excited to be the newest member of Century 21 Marrs & Associates. We are celebrating our 30th year in business this year. What a great group of experienced people to be associated with!” Bunch said. “I am an active member of the Humane Society of Navarro County, and a shelter volunteer. I love our community and I am excited about its future. Building long lasting relationships and trust is the philosophy I have adhered to in all my professional and personal endeavors. Buying or selling a home is one of the most important and personal decisions one will make in their life. I will go above and beyond to make this journey as stress free and enjoyable as possible. I will be available 24/7 to help and guide you through this process, and we will have fun along the way. I have a great team backing me up, and I can't wait to find you the home of your dreams. Let's get started."
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