Sandra Stoker Affiliates With RE/MAX Renaissance In Hixson

Friday, June 22, 2018
Sandra Stoker
Sandra Stoker

RE/MAX Renaissance in Hixson announced the affiliation of Sandra Stoker as an affiliate broker.

Ms. Stoker works in partnership with Bev Boss as buyer specialist. She has prior experience in new construction and customer service. Ms. Stoker is constantly staying up to date with new real estate trends through continuing education and affiliate cooperation.

Ms. Stoker grew up in St. Elmo and is currently a resident of Ringgold, where she lives with her husband of 10 years, her four children and four dogs. She fills her days spending time with her family and animals all while serving her clients with a smile and welcoming them into the family.

To contact Sandra Stoker, call her at 423 648-8200 (office) or by cell phone 423 290-6415.


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