Kathleen Argiroff


The Argiroff Group

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About Kathleen Argiroff

Kathleen relocated to the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her husband and three children from the Philadelphia and Stone Harbor, NJ areas. One of her greatest pleasures is introducing people to the Outer Banks (OBX) and all the wonderful towns & communities it has to offer. Whether you are an Investor, a Second Home Buyer, or about to become one of our newest locals she is ready to get you started. She started her career in 2006 with Century 21 and immediately became their "Agent of the Year" every year since, she left to join The Argiroff Group at Keller Williams Outer Banks in 2019. Her specialty has been providing her clients with the "Total Real Estate Package and Beyond". She works with a top team of lenders, attorney's, insurance agents, inspectors and more and is with you every step of the way throughout the process. Her goal is to make this your smoothest real estate experience ever, turning a single transaction into a relationship that lasts a lifetime. Welcome to the Outer Banks! Keller Williams 2020 Gold Award Winner Century 21 Centurion Century 21 Quailty Service Award SFR, REO Certified 252-202-8147 (cell-anytime) www.kathleen.findobxhomes.com The Argiroff Group, over $250 million sold (2006 to present) 

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