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Realtor Sandy Sibley Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group in Venice, Florida

Sandy Sibley
Sandy Sibley

VENICE, FLORIDA – Realtor Sandy Sibley has joined the Venice office of RE/MAX Alliance Group. She has 13 years of real estate and marketing experience, including working with Coldwell Banker, and was the recipient of the Five Star Best in Client Satisfaction Award for 2013.  

 

Originally from New Hampshire, Sibley grew up in Florida. With a degree in business from New Hampshire College and as the past owner of three small businesses, Sibley offers both buyers and sellers tireless, detail-oriented and enthusiastic assistance.

 

Specializing in residential single-family homes, condos and luxury waterfront properties in Sarasota County, Sibley also has experience with bank-owned properties, short sales, investors and international clients. She is committed to providing informed, professional service, earning the Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation and e-PRO® certification.

 

The RE/MAX Alliance Group Venice office is located at 1314-B East Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida 34285. Sibley can be reached at (941) 525-4377 or Sandy@SellWithSandy.com.

 

RE/MAX Alliance Group is a full-service real estate company that has been serving the residential and commercial real estate needs of southwest Florida for more than 20 years. With more than 300 agents and staff, RE/MAX Alliance Group is the Number One RE/MAX in Florida based on transactions and volume, and the Number 10 RE/MAX in the nation based on transactions. RE/MAX Alliance Group offers real estate solutions in Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties in Florida, with offices in Sarasota, Bradenton, Anna Maria, University Park, Venice, Siesta Key and Englewood. Website: www.alliancegroupfl.com.

 

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For more information about RE/MAX Alliance Group, please contact Sheila Brannan Longo of Thomas & Brannan Communications at (941) 355-3006 or Sheila@thomasbrannan.com.



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