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First Home Found in Wheeler Oregon

By Darcey Kline, November 26, 2018

Nehalem Bay in Wheeler
Nehalem Bay in Wheeler

First Home Found in Wheeler Oregon

It was such a pleasure assisting Nick and Jenna in finding their first home.  They found all they needed in a home in Wheeler with an incredible view of the Nehalem Bay!  Congratulations you two.  Can’t wait to see what you do to make this home your own. Darcey Kline – Realtor licensed in Oregon.

Darcey Kline

Broker

The culture, the outdoor adventure, and the people here are multifaceted and dynamic! I love the Oregon coast; especially my little area along the Northern Coastline, and I love my job as a Realtor.  These two passions along with my knowledge of the local real estate market, my skills in connecting people with the right home, and my education (Masters in Counseling) combine to provide the best possible experience for both buyers and sellers. I endeavor to make your experience stress-free, positive, and successful.  I’m guided by what you find important, purposefully drawing on my listening and communication skills, and my attention to detail. I believe in taking the time to develop honest, respectful relationships with my clients, and hope they too discover the love of being here.
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  • T: 503-314-6623
  • F: 18668528550
  • darcey@livingroomre.com

Darcey Kline

Broker


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