Kris Ferre joins the Carr Long Real Estate team in Truckee
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Carr Long Real Estate is pleased to announce Kris Ferre has joined its team of licensed Realtors.
In 1998, Kris Ferre and her husband and their 5-year-old son moved to Truckee from the San Francisco Bay Area. They wanted their family to “live the mountain lifestyle” and they take full advantage of the surrounding mountain recreation.
Some of their favorite things include hiking, mountain biking, skiing (both downhill and Nordic) and other outdoor sports. In 2001 their daughter arrived. Both children have grown up with a great appreciation of where they live.
Being a licensed Real Estate agent for more than 25 years, Kris has had experience in residential resales and new housing sales, as well as being involved in the design and build of several homes in Truckee along side her husband and a reputable local contractor.
Kris enjoys Real Estate on many levels. “I pride myself in really listening closely to the needs of my clients; matching buyers with the perfect home and assisting sellers with a smooth transaction with the sale of their house,” she said. “I came to Carr Long as I saw an opportunity to join a team that has the blend of all that I was looking for, knowledgeable, professional and personable.”
Kris, her husband Kit, son Travis and daughter Jillian treasure their time with family and friends, especially Sunday night barbecues at the beach since the kids were little. Attending Truckee-Donner Recreation & Parks District’s Music in the Park and Truckee Thursdays enhance their strong sense of community.
“With Travis going to college (Cal Poly) and Jillian attending Squaw Prep, it feels like a new chapter has begun,” said Kris.
Contact Kris for her personable, professional and knowledgeable approach to real estate at 530-562-1100 or email@example.com.
Carr Long Real Estate, a boutique residential real estate firm, is located at 8001 Northstar Drive, Ste. 8102 Village at Northstar and the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Visit http://www.carrlong.com for more information.
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