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About Shaun Pinkston
Shaun has been in sales for over 30 years, Real Estate specifically for 17 of them! Her viewpoints on trajectories for the industry in a market that is unprecedented and as unpredictable as stock investments is paramount in guiding her clients to achieve their goals.
Shaun is experienced with having the foresight to guide customers into profitable investments, helping to build exemplary acquisition portfolios, even during the pandemic which has debilitated many.
Her ability to offer competent advice and prudent judgment as well as being an avid investor herself, along with her husband of 17 years - who is a Licensed General Contractor - presents a stable knowledge base for investment success.
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