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Get to know Chad Mustin
I joined Marsha's group in late 2007, and immediately I fell in love with what makes us different than any other office: the Marsha Wright Group is a family. We work together and complement each other, and that attitude carries over into how we treat our clients. We have never strived to be the largest realty company; instead we focus on growing our relationships with our clients. Our mission is to provide you with the personal service you need. For me, this group is a perfect fit.
I graduated from Clemson University in 2007, where I was first introduced to the legal environment of real estate, and I've enjoyed connecting my interests with my passion for community service and involvement. I am also honored to serve on the Realtors Political Action Committee for the Western Upstate Association of Realtors.
I feel our friends and neighbors constitute a huge asset for this community and I try to give back as often as I can. I volunteer with the local elementary school, work with the kids' and youth ministries, and teach youth Sunday school at Mt. Airy Baptist Church in Easley.
If you limit yourself to discussing experience in number of years in the industry, you're missing the boat. The real estate market is changing very rapidly with new advances in technology happening daily. I'm lucky enough to be able to learn from Realtors in our team who've been in the industry for over 25 years, but I also have the technical expertise to take advantage of all of the benefits new technology offers.
Sound judgment + fresh ideas = a winning approach to marketing homes!
I have over a decade of internet communications and web design experience. As part of my undergraduate studies, I participated in field testing for visual web communications techniques - how to effectively use the internet as a medium to reach people. The internet is a powerful tool, but in the wrong hands is like a paintbrush in my dog's mouth - nothing great can come from that.