Michelle Sellgren provides highly personalized professional real estate services to buyers, sellers and investors in the Central Florida market. She is an experienced real estate agent with a marketing background. Although Michelle enjoys working with both buyers and sellers, she specializes in working with investors.
When you sell your home with Michelle, your property will be marketed with the utmost professionalism. For buyers and investors, Michelle finds out what YOUR needs and goals are and delivers just that. She asks the right questions to get at what's most important to you.
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Michelle celebrates diversity and welcomes folks of all religions (or no religion!) and cultural backgrounds, as well as folks in the LGBTQ community. We are #OrlandoStrong!
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