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Lane joins RE/MAX Advantage as agent

Published 4:26pm Friday, April 19, 2013

RE/MAX Advantage Realty, a leader in Polk County and Upstate South Carolina’s real estate market, is proud to

Lane Robbat
Lane Robbat

announce the addition of Lane Robbat to its team of full-time professional agents.

Lane is a native Floridian whose family used to spend summers in the Carolinas to get away from the summer heat. Originally from West Palm Beach, Fla., Lane moved to Maui, Hawaii, after graduating from nursing school in Boulder, Colo. For a time, she even called California home.

However, Lane, and her husband, Steve, finally settled in Tryon, having searched the state for a perfect place that would accommodate year-round activities such as tennis and hiking. Tryon was also a great fit, because of its friendly people, low crime rate, non-existent traffic congestion and close proximity to several airports making long-distance travel easy and convenient.

Lane’s passion has always been helping people. As a registered nurse, she worked with various home healthcare agencies and nursing homes. As a licensed real estate broker in both North and South Carolina since 2002, Lane has enjoyed working with a variety of clients, helping them with all of their real estate needs from getting the best possible price to finding their dream property.

She gives no less than 120 percent, and she treats her clients as if they were family. Lane takes great pride in representing her clients’ best interests, serving them with honesty and integrity.

– article submitted by Donna Binzer

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