Greetings from the High Country! My name is Stacie Pineda and I am a REALTOR/Broker with RE/MAX Realty Group in Boone, North Carolina. Through every step of the real estate process, I successfully combine your need to buy or sell, with my knowledge of the market. The challenges presented when buying or selling a home, condominium, or land, can be tremendous, but I am committed to overcoming each obstacle with expertise, professionalism, hard work, and integrity. With diligent attention to details, the main goal is to progress smoothly to the desired conclusion, closing! I commit to working tirelessly for you.
I began my real estate career in 1998 in Western Arkansas where I was born and raised. I continue to pursue further education of license law, market trends, local ordinances affecting real estate, permit processes, and much more. I have received the Certified Residential Specialist designation. Less that 4% of brokers nationwide receive this designation. Additionally, I am in the RE/MAX Executive and 100% clubs. I have received multiple awards from my office, including RE/MAX Realty Group's 2008 and 2011 Top Producer Award.
We have four children that make us so proud. Melody is a graduate of Watauga High School in Boone and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She has just completed her Masters Degree in Political Science will begin work with Samaritan's Purse in South Sudan in January 2012.
Emily and Rebekah (identical twins) also graduated from Watauga High School where they passionately pursued art, athletics, and community service. As seniors, they continue to pursue these interests at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Our youngest and only son Jordan graduated at Watauga High School and is a freshman at Wake Forest University and is a member of the Demon Deacon Football team.
And yes, there's a dog—Trooper, our loving golden retriever.
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