SONA MERLIN Real Estate Broker @ Appalachian Realty
Everybody likes to look at houses! That was one of the initial reasons why I became a Real Estate agent. My passion has since evolved into a need to assist buyers and sellers through the complex process of finding or selling their dream home. The exhilaration of meeting new people and gathering the information needed by clients to make informed decisions drives my strong work ethic.
Western North Carolina is a beautiful place to land for a primary residence or a mountain getaway. We are a melting pot of diversity and Appalachian culture. That mixed with majestic mountain views and a temperate climate makes my adopted home town a great choice for anyone looking for a diverse and energized community.
Let me help you to make your real estate experience memorable!
Sona Merlin / Real Estate Broker
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