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Biz Roundup: Christie Krantz of Weichert Realtors LKN Partners named to America’s Top 100 Real Estate Agents list

MOORESVILLE — Christie Krantz, the broker owner at Weichert Realtors LKN Partners, has been named to the “America’s Top 100 Real Estate Agents” list for 2019.

Fewer than 1% of real estate professionals in the nation receive the honor. Selection for the annual list is reserved for real estate agents and brokers with a history of selling homes above market value.

“It truly is an honor to be recognized by this organization for doing something I love: assisting homebuyers and sellers day in and day out,” said Krantz.

“My success in this industry comes from my passion for real estate and the tremendous faith I have in the Weichert brand and everything it can do to help make each and every real estate transaction for my clients a memorable experience.”

The honor recognizes the top 100 agents in each region.

LKN Partners is an independently owned and operated Weichert affiliate located at 736 Brawley School Road, Suite A, in Mooresville. The office serves the Mooresville, Lake Norman and Charlotte areas.

For more information, call Krantz at 704-663-4422 or visit www.lknpartners.com.

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