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Stephanie Ayo

Stephanie Ayo has a strong work ethic and qualities of perseverance and dependability that have allowed her outstanding service to thrive. Her creativity and awareness of the latest trends and styles, especially in the housing market, have helped her develop a valuable attribute. Her unique abilities, knowledge, vigilance and attention to detail are a winning combination in this industry.

She has set a very high bar for providing client service. She constantly strives to not only meet, but also exceed ordinary expectations. Most of her career has been in sales, healthcare, and management positions. She excelled in completing time sensitive tasks in a wide variety of work environments: emergency room, manufacturing plant, human resource project development, and meeting next hour sales quotas. Stephanie utilized her leadership qualities, efficiency and due diligence to succeed.

Stephanie’s faith and high-quality of standards are the foundations that have helped mold her into who she is today. She believes it’s not only important to help yourself, but also essential to help others and give back to the community. Some of the many ways she accomplishes this is by volunteering at churches, teaching kids, serving the homeless, mentoring teenagers or young adults. Stephanie chose the real estate profession primarily to help others. She looks forward to serving as an advocate for her clientele and providing representation by being honest, professional, accessible, personable and attentive to her client’s needs.

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