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Spot Real Estate Adds Jessie Fairbairn To Team

By Staff Reports, posted Mar 7, 2017
Jessie Fairbairn
Jessie Fairbairn has joined Spot Real Estate as a Realtor/broker.
 
Fairbairn, a transplant from Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, has been in Wilmington for about four years. She holds a master’s degree in criminal justice, “but her passion for people and homes lead her into real estate,” according to a news release.
 
“Being a Wilmington transplant herself, she knows what it feels like to move here, learn the area and all that our lifestyle here has to offer,” Stef Archer, president and managing broker of Spot Real Estate said in the release, “so she will be a great resource for new folks moving into town.”

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