Ask the Experts – Real Estate

Ask the Experts – Real Estate

Valerie Hunter-Kelly has been in the real estate business for 21 years and has practiced real estate in Northern Virginia, Ft. Stewart, GA and now Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. Valerie is the Team Leader for the Air Assault Team which consists of 4 full time administrative positions and 7 buyer partners. The Air Assault team specializes in military and corporate relocation. As retired military or active duty military spouses we understand the stresses of relocation,finding a home quick,selling a home quick and learning about a new area. Our goal is for all of our Clients to become Raving Fans

The Air Assault team is always in the top 2% of the Clarksville Board of Realtors and last year was the number 1 team in Clarksville. Our team helps over 200 families a year sell or relocate to our area and we carry one of the largest listing inventories in Clarksville.

Valerie handles all the listings on the team and has become a listing expert advising sellers what they need to do to get their home sold quick and how to stage your home for sale to help it sell quick.

Our buyer partners have many specialities from VA repo’s to new construction and resales. They understand how to get their buyer’s the best deals in this market to help them get the home of their dreams

When it comes to selling your home quick or finding the best deal for you the Air Assault team is the team of choice in the Clarksville/Ft. Campbell area.

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