Friday , July 19 2024

Helping You Find The Perfect Place To Call Home: The Laurie Ann Truluck TEAM at Sellstate Next Generation Realty

Finding the right home in the right location for your needs can be challenging, but once you locate that perfect place that you enjoy, feel safe, thrive and build special bonds in, your overall sense of wellbeing truly begins to regenerate.
It’s time-consuming, and finding the perfect home is not an easy task.  That’s why partnering with an established real estate agent is crucial to making the process go as smoothly as possible.
Laurie Ann Truluck grew up in Ocala, attended FSU in Tallahassee and returned to Ocala to teach elementary school in the Marion County Schools. She was then Director of Happy Hearts Kindergarten & Preschool before starting her multi-million dollar Real Estate business in 2002. She and her husband have three children (ages 14, 15 and 23). Their eldest graduated from a local school while their youngest two still attend public school in Ocala where they are actively involved in sports and other activities.
Laurie Ann and her TEAM of Realtors love to work with people moving to the Ocala/Marion County area so that they can share their love of their community and help them find their niche. Laurie Ann and her team members take pride in going the extra mile to not only help our customers find or sell their Marion County home but also to find connections here that make their transition smooth and exciting.
Most of their business comes from friends, and referrals of friends, which, they feel, make their job fun and enjoyable.  They also love the new connections they make from their Internet presence. They enjoy helping people reach goals, move on to new seasons of their lives, purchase their first home, make a real estate investment, upsize, downsize, or whatever the case may be.
Laurie Ann and TEAM would love the opportunity to work with you!
Call 352-877-3887 or find them on the web at, or on Facebook and other social media sites.

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