The Texas Real Estate License Act requires that you be advised that there are agency relationships that govern how a real estate salesperson may deal with you when purchasing, selling or leasing real property. Before you enter into a substantive discussion with Cherokee Real Estate Company, Inc., or any other brokerage, be sure you have an agreement with the broker as to what your relationship with him will be and even how it may change from time to time. You should not disclose any personal information or disposition to a broker until you have established your relationship with him. The broker will be happy to discuss and explain agency relationships with you.

Cindy Steagall, Sales Associate

Cindy received her real estate license in 1993 in Austin, and moved to beautiful East Texas in 2003. She joined Cherokee Real Estate in 2008 and works very hard for her clients and customers. “Real Estate is my thing. It's a tough business but I'm drawn to it. After working real estate all day, I still like to watch some of the HGTV shows late at night. My husband finds it interesting that when the subject of real estate is brought up, he claims my eyes light up and my energy level goes up a notch or two.”

Cindy lives on acreage outside of Jacksonville, with her husband, Joseph and their animals. She loves animals and will tell anyone who will listen about the importance of spaying and neutering; and, she pretty much tells everyone.

If you're looking for a persistent, patient and professional real estate agent who really enjoys helping you find that perfect property -- you've just found her.

Cell phone: (903) 216-6562

Website: www.CindySteagallRealtor.com 

E-mail: csteagall@cherokeerealestate.com