Brandi Wagner of CENTURY 21 Master Key Realty
Since the age of 17, I began to develop my love for real estate. I began working as an office manager assistant at Owen Hall Realtors Auctioneers where I was introduced and influenced by some very prominent leaders in the industry. Their passion for the business was clear and peaked my interest. I took a break from being part of the real estate industry to attend college at Coastal Carolina University then the Ohio State University, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English. After graduating, I tried sales, but not real estate. Positions shifted and I came back to Mercer County, where I'm originally from, to work as a 911 dispatcher at the Sheriff's Office. While dispatching I also started working back at the same real estate company, now known as Hall Realty. Owen Hall Realtors Auctioneers was purchased by my mother, Betty DuBry in 2008 and was changed to Hall Realty. I got my Ohio real estate license in 2010 while staying as the office manager. In 2015, I took broker classes in Ohio and took on more of a management roll in the company. In 2018 Hall Realty merged with Century 21 Master Key Realty, also of Celina. I am currently a principal broker at C21MK, CFO, and specialist for many systems used within the company. I am also the 2018-2019 WRIST mls board president and have served on the WRIST board of directors, I have also served on the downtown development committee in Celina. In my spare time, I enjoy golfing, eating and spending time with my family. I strive to make each buyer or seller feel confidence in my ability to navigate their real estate needs while maintaining a sense of humor throughout the transaction. I specialize in the mercer county area in residential & lake properties. I also work with land & farm properties, which I typically work as a team with my mom. I was the recipient of the Ohio Presidential Sales Award in 2018 and the Century 21 Gold Sales Achievement Award. C21MK is the #1 agency in Mercer County by Sales and has a strong past of being #1.
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