Terrell M. Turner Sr. (Hallmark Realty) Real Estate Agent

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Terrell M. Turner Sr.
location_on Martinsburg, WV — Hallmark Realty
Get to Know Terrell M. Turner Sr.

Terrell Turner grew up in Philadelphia, Penna.  Where he graduated Martin Luther King high School.  His professional career has gone from Regional Manager with Pizza Hut inc. to the Supervisor with the home improvement company Home Depot Inc.  which provided him the opportunity to hone his people skills in the customer service area. Terrell obtained his West Virginia REALTOR® license in 2004.

 

 

In 2005 he joined Century 21 Sterling realty while continuing his employment with Home Depot. It soon became apparent that Terrell’s talent and enthusiasm for real estate was extraordinary. Making the decision to go full time as a professional REALTOR® was an easy one. So In 2005 He joins one of the strongest teams In the Eastern Panhandle Hallmark Realty’s “The Dream Team”  

 

He has guided many people out of seemingly impossible situations and brought a happy ending to their transaction. Terrell’s personal service and dedication are reasons why he receives high praise from his clients after the sale.

 

 This "client first" philosophy has always been his approach and it requires him to continually improve his skills and ways of doing business. In addition, he’s found that the latest technologies are enabling him to do everything he’s always done, only much more quickly and efficiently. They've also helped him to extend the range of services he provides to his clients.

So when you decide that you'd like to buy or sell a home in the Martinsburg, Falling Waters, Hedgesville, Inwood, Berkeley Springs, Charlestown, Harpers Ferry, Ranson areas, please contact me. He would be very excited to work with you.

 

 

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Certifications

1st time home buyers and seller transactions, property management 

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"When a man has done his best, has given his all, and in the process supplied the needs of his clients, his family and his society, that man has made a habit of succeeding." - Mack R. Douglas