Carolyn Limerick Joins Re/Max Renaissance Realtors As New Sales Associate

Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Carolyn Limerick
Carolyn Limerick

Re/Max Renaissance Realtors announced that realtor Carolyn Limerick has joined the growing real estate franchise. She brings to the office over 12 years of residential real estate experience.

 

She will be joining the team of professionals, working at the Northshore office located at 201 Cherokee Blvd., Suite 101.

 

“I’m eager to be part of the most productive real estate network and heighten the buying and selling experience for my clients,” Ms.

Limerick said. “The real estate season is upon us and new trends are beginning to form and Chattanooga is in high demand and homes are selling quickly. I’m here to help guide them through this process.”

 

Ms. Limerick is a native of Northern Detroit, Mich., and a fourth generation descendant of the Packard automotive family. She served with The James Company Real Estate Brokers and Development for 10 years and at Keller Williams most recently. She holds a degree from Oakland University.

 

Ms. Limerick resides on Signal Mountain with her husband, Matt Limerick, a native of Chattanooga. In her spare time, she enjoys sailing, equestrian riding and fox hunting.

 

She may be contacted at 423 756-5700 (office) or 423 463-6880 (cell).



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