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Town & Country Realty has been helping your real estate dreams come true for more than 60 years.
Marty delivers attentive, personalized service treating her clientele like family. “I was raised to treat everyone like family, with kindness, respect, honesty and integrity. That philosophy remains one of my core beliefs as a real estate professional. I work unfailingly to keep my client’s best interests at heart.”
With a natural talent for helping her clients understand and overcome the challenges associated with buying and selling real estate, Marty leverages her vast knowledge, training and resources, working diligently to exceed the expectations of her buyers and sellers. Marty’s greatest strengths include her ability to recognize each client’s unique situation and her commitment to building strong relationships.
Growing up an “Army Brat”, Marty moved nationally and internationally during her childhood, eventually landing in the suburbs of Washington DC where she married and graduated from Marymount University. After working in the Washington D.C. area, she relocated with her husband and children to Boise, ID, later to Houston, TX and finally to Corvallis in 2012. Marty understands the relocation process both personally and professionally. She knows the stress that moving can cause to families--both leaving a community and planting roots in a new one. Her clients benefit from Marty’s extensive knowledge and experiences.
Prior to entering the Corvallis real estate market in 2012, Marty was a high school special education teacher. Though the similarities might not seem obvious, both careers specialize in serving the needs of others and thinking “outside the box,” many times figuring out what individuals need, even before they know, and serving those needs. Both professions utilize her positive attitude, high energy, tenacity and love of service.
Marty is looking forward to assisting you with all your real estate needs— buying, selling, relocating, and investing!
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful” -Joshua J. Marine