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Joe Arellano has called the Lewis-Clark Valley Home for more than 30 years. His wife, Michele, and daughters, Sydney, Shelby and Sophie, are a never ending source of happiness and inspiration. Whether spending a weekend in the mountains near Elk City, or floating down the Snake River with friends, they cherish their time together, and are proud to call the Lewis-Clark valley their home.
I have 24 years of experience as a real estate consultant and my wife Michele and I opened our own real estate brokerage in 2004. I am a member of the Council of Residential Specialists. A designation which is only obtained by 4% of realtors nationwide.
I had the honor of being the 2010 Chairman of the Board for the Lewiston Chamber of Commerce and was selected as volunteer of the year. My involvement with the Chamber gives me a unique advantage and allows me to expose your home to our business community.
Most recently, I was presented with the “ Idaho Realtor of the Year” award from the Lewis-Clark Association of Realtors. This is based on ethics and community service.
Quad Cities Realty is strong in traditional and internet marketing. Our website has been optimized for greater exposure and we are on the leading edge in social networking. Michele and I work together to provide personal service, you work directly with the broker, for a smooth and seamless real estate experience.
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