Coldwell Banker Welcomes New Realtors

2Coldwell Banker Resort Realty recently welcomed Debra Hartney to the firm’s Milford Branch. Hartney launched her real estate career 17 years ago and has specialized in new construction sales since 2000. She looks forward to helping buyers and sellers in Sussex County and Kent County, Fenwick Island to Felton.

Hartney grew up in northern Delaware, and she has been enjoying the salt life since 1989 when her parents built a home in South Bethany. In 2005, Hartney made Bethany Beach her permanent home, and she is excited to share her knowledge and her love of the area. She will help those moving to the area have a pleasant transition. Hartney also has been a certified water aerobics instructor at the Sussex Family YMCA.

Hartney is a member of the Sussex County Association of Realtors, the Delaware Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. She is active in the Milford Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University with a BA in sociology and health promotion. “I chose Coldwell Banker Resort Realty for its diversity in locations, but more importantly because of its reputation, integrity, tools and training which will help me exceed my expectations for my clients,” said Hartney. She may be reached in Milford at  302-422-8200.

 

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