ReMax Welcomes Realtor Misa Ankar

Friday, June 13, 2014

Misa Ankar has joined ReMax Renaissance Realtors here in Chattanooga. 

Ms. Ankar was born and raised in San Diego, California where she attended and received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of San Diego.  After her time in San Diego, Misa moved to Chattanooga in July of 2005 to be with her husband, Charley Ankar, who is a native Chattanoogan and a local dentist at Shallowford Family Dental.

Subsequent to real estate, Ms. Ankar took 2 years to stay at home with her daughter, Arianna Rose and her son, Charles Kavi. Prior to being a stay at home parent, she was a pharmaceutical sales representative for 3 years. She was also an account manager for local healthcare publishing company, True North Custom.

Ms. Ankar states that among her reasons for pursuing a career in real estate is that "Chattanooga is a very promising city for property owners – a city great because of its scenery and developing areas, and a wonderful place to raise a family."  

"Misa Ankar has the experience and know-how of selling but she also has the heart of gold to build great relationships," ReMax officials said.


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