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Marty Rodriguez Interview

Marty Rodriguez, who has four grandchildren at Foothill Christian School, has been selling residential real estate in Southern California for CENTURY 21® for the past 35 years. She has an incredible real estate sales record, both in the Nation and in the “WORLD”.  Without exaggeration, she has been recognized as the most successful real estate agent in the history of Century 21 Real Estate LLC.

Marty, who is also a Corporate Title Sponsor, came by the school last week to have a discussion, highlights of which are captured in this attached YouTube video.  What an amazing lady she is!

CLICK HERE to visit her website.

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