Meet Christina Waldeck

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Christina Waldeck is happily married to her best friend with 6 children and 1 grandchild. She is very family oriented and loves to travel with her family as well as stay active in the community. She served on the board for SpringHaven Domestic Violence Shelter, Inc. and is always looking for ways to give back. Christina has years of experience not only in Real Estate but also in being a business owner. The relationship she has with her family promotes her love of helping other families find new homes; whether they are moving down the street or across the country. Christina is an honest and dedicated Realtor who will work hard for you to make sure your home is the perfect fit for your family’s needs. Her energy and positive outlook will make your home buying experience stress-free and enjoyable so it can be a memorable and exciting event that it should be!….

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