Christine Pagliaro Rejoins RE/MAX DFW Associates

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DALLAS - Dec. 12, 2018 - Rezul -- RE/MAX DFW Associates welcomes Christine Pagliaro to the Dallas office. She brings over three years of real estate experience and specializes in residential real estate.

"It's great to be back and I'm so excited to start 2019 here, where it feels like home to me," said Pagliaro. "The main reason for my return is the culture. I really missed the leadership, the guidance, the other agents which are all so helpful to each other, and the overall great culture that we have at RMDFW."

"Christine brings a personable attitude and professional work ethics to our wonderful team," said Matt Hilton, manager of the Dallas office. "I look forward to seeing her business prosper."

Originally from New Jersey, Ms. Pagliaro, moved to California, and in 2010 she decided to make Uptown, Dallas, TX, her permanent home. She has a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Rider University, and worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch for 27 years. When time permits she enjoys playing tennis and golf.

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RE/MAX DFW Associates is in its 35th year of operation and today is the largest RE/MAX franchise in Texas. The firm has seven offices: Coppell, Dallas, Flower Mound, Frisco, Las Colinas, Plano and Willow Bend. The firm's over 330 agents and closed $1.65 billion in 2017. RE/MAX DFW Associates is part of the world-wide RE/MAX network in 105 countries and 110,000 agents. For more information, visit the firm's website, www.YourHomeTownPro.com, its Facebook page, facebook.com/RMDFW or on YouTube, youtube.com/rmdfw.

Christine Pagliaro can be contacted at the Dallas office of RE/MAX DFW Associates at 214.532.3422 or via email at Christine.Pagliaro@rmdfw.com. She can assist with any listing in the North Texas Regional MLS System, as well as any of the firm's active listings, which can be viewed at www.CPagliaro.com.

Contact
Cyndi Cook
***@rmdfw.com


Source: RE/MAX DFW Associates
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