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About Libby Azzarello
Libby is a Real Estate Broker at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston.
She grew up in the real estate industry, and at a young age, she was taken by the networking and sales process.
She has 8 years of combined experience in marketing, public relations, digital/social media strategy, and Real Estate technology. Through her experience with Disney, Chevrolet, and Bright MLS, she has built a strong foundation of customer service, strategy, and creative skills that help her exceed client expectations.
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