Marianne Princetta

eXp Realty South Carolina

Upstate South Carolina Home Search

About Marianne Princetta

I'm a baby boomer who grew up during the 1950s in The Bronx, NY. In the mid 1960s my family relocated to Monmouth County, NJ where I graduated from high school and attended what is now known as Monmouth University. In 1979 I married a wonderful man, and because we both worked in Manhattan our first home together was a 3 bedroom apt. in Essex County. In 1983 with interest rates through the roof we took the jump and made the move to purchase a home in the same County. In 1986 while still working my corporate job I attended a real estate seminar, and I was hooked. I immediately went to real estate school and that same year I attained my NJ real estate license. Although I was working a full time job I didn't let that interfere with my desire to work in real estate so I became a part-time Rental Agent. A few years later I joined the ITT Sheraton realty group as a Land Sales agent in NJ for their Palm Coast Florida new community. In 1995 my husband and I relocated to the Upstate region of South Carolina. It wasn't until 2005 thatl I decided to get my SC real estate license. Since then I have been helping relocatees, investors, sellers and buyers with their SC purchases and sales. I will welcome the opportunity to help you purchase your new home, or sell your current home. I may not always tell you what you want to hear, but I will always tell you what you need to hear. Together we will achieve your goals.

Latest Blog Posts

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Home Buying Step 1 Mortgage PreApproval

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New Foreclosure Prevention Program

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When you prepare to put your home on the market, you hope that everything will go the way you imagine and that is your home will sell for over listing price the very first day it goes on the market

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