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Mossy Oak Properties-Land and Farms Realty adds two locations

Mossy Oak Properties-Land and Farms Realty has announced the opening of two new office locations: in Leasburg, North Carolina and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

According to owner Billy McOwen, the two locations will further their companies’ market impact: “Sean Maloy, Broker in Charge of our Leasburg, North Carolina office, and Jeff Burleson, Broker in Charge of our Myrtle Beach, South Carolina office, are both the perfect choices to lead these new teams. Their drive, determination and leadership will help to further establish our companies’ position as the preferred outfit for land brokerage listings and sales.”

McOwen added that his teams’ unique dynamic has been a driver in their success. “Unlike many land brokerages, we work in a ‘TEAM’ environment, as our agents cross pollinate all of our sales activities over a three state platform. Our strength is in our numbers and the way we support each other throughout the year to put the needs of our clients first, help each other out in all of our efforts, and share in our successes.”

Chris Hawley, CEO/president and co-founder of Mossy Oak Properties, Inc. added his excitement: “The tremendous success of the Mossy Oak Properties-Land and Farms Realty Group has been a by-product of great leadership and a team of people all lockstep in a common mission of providing their clients a unique and exceptional land brokerage experience. We greet these office openings with excitement, as it signifies the expansion of their footprint and value their team creates for those they serve.”

For more information on Mossy Oak Properties-Land and Farms Realty, call 252-305-6720 or email bmcowen@mossyoakproperties.com.

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