Lauren Adair joins Remax in Action

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SANDPOINT — Remax in Action is pleased to announce that respected veteran Lauren Adair has joined one of Sandpoint’s premier real estate brokerage companies.

Lauren Adair has 14 years of experience in specializing in distinctive properties. During the past fourteen years, Ms. Adair has achieved more than $40 million in sales, handling some of the area’s most celebrated properties.

“Lauren Adair is a powerhouse real estate professional who is an expert on luxury markets. We certainly look forward to the talents and enthusiasm that she brings to Remax in Action.”

A sophisticated professional with exquisite taste, Lauren Adair delivers impeccable service to clients seeking integrity and discretion.

At Remax in Action our reach extends far beyond North Idaho. With our affiliates and partners, we can proudly offer you incredible local expertise along with an unfathomable global breadth of possibilities.

To contact Ms. Adair please call 208-610-6960 or email her at lauren@laurenadairgroup.com

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