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Holly Cerne

Holly Cerne

Holly Cerne

Broker/Owner/Realtor®, CRS

907-209-5040
hollycerne@gmail.com

It has been a wonderful 14 years in the real estate business. When I decided to get my real estate license in 2004, I thought it would be an interesting part-time job. Little did I know it would become my full-time profession and passion! Over the last 14 years, I have helped almost 500 clients in Juneau to buy or sell their home! Year   after year I have been awarded for top sales in the State. The important thing to me is not how many clients I help, but how they feel after the transaction is done. I have achieved this high level of service because of the large number of referrals I receive from happy customers. It is my number one priority to give my clients the highest   level of customer service.

I grew up in North Carolina and got my Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at Humboldt State University. My family moved to Juneau in 2004 when the Coast Guard stationed my husband, Mike, here.  After being stationed in Alameda, CA, Kodiak, AK, Newport, RI, Eureka, CA, Washington DC, back to Kodiak, then finally to Juneau, we decided we wanted to stay in Juneau and Mike retired from the Coast Guard. We have two beautiful daughters, Kate and Sarah.  Kate is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno and is living and working in Newport Beach, CA. Sarah is currently a nursing student at Seattle University working towards her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  We have one dog, Harley, and two cats, Josie and Skyy.  Skyy weighs about 5-lbs but thinks she is an 80-lb dog.  In my free time in the summer, we like to take our boat out to Colt Island and spend time with friends and family on the beach.

Trust and experience are two of the key things that I believe make a good Realtor.  I look forward to meeting you and showing you that my experience and market knowledge will earn your trust.  Feel free to call or email me today and let’s see how we can work together to achieve your real estate goals!

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