It's no accident that good things happen when Cindy and Keeli lend a helping hand. Hard work and intelligence make for excellent results in real estate. Maybe it's the former school teachers in them, but this mother-daughter team believes an educated approach is the best way to treat our most precious asset, our home. To do this, Cindy and Keeli listen to your goals and empower you with the information you need to make savvy decisions. This method must work - they've built a thriving business on it. With a master's degree in education, Cindy has always enjoyed being a positive influence in the lives of others. "Teaching was gratifying because it gave me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of my students," she says. That bright outlook is a way of life for this mother of four. Music is Keeli's forte. An adept classical pianist, Keeli holds a performance degree from the University of Northern Colorado. The only thing Keeli enjoys more than playing piano is teaching it. Sharing her talent is a truly rewarding experience. In the real estate arena, Cindy and Keeli first concentrate on equipping their clients with the knowledge and resources they need to set goals and make sound choices. Then, they focus on preparing the best strategy, executing the plan and seeing it through to completion. This requires Cindy and Keeli to explain to their clients the finer points of the transaction process and listen to their concerns, because client satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. With these dedicated professionals behind you during your important move, you have the benefit of twice the expertise, knowledge and availability. It doesn't end at the closing table, either. Cindy and Keeli continue to provide service to their clients after the transaction. This adds up to winning results for you and your family. So the next time you and your family make a move in Northeastern Oklahoma, count on Cindy and Keeli Hand, your Helping Hands in Real Estate.
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