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Tannie Luke

Tannie Luke has been licensed since 1995, and has received the most prestigious awards for production in the industry. Tannie exclusively specializes in million to multi-million dollar residences. She has a record of selling homes throughout the Valley above the $10,000,000.00 price range. She primarily focuses on the marketing and selling side of the real estate transaction. By referral she represents qualified buyers and past clients on both sides. She has extensive experience in design and construction development, raw land, residential lot sales. She offers complete design build projects. She offers staging for all her clients. She offers a concierge service, ensuring your move is hassle free. Throughout the entire transaction process she devotes her individual attention to her client, she offers one on one personal service.

She’s had her own Luxury TV Show “Lifestyles of Las Vegas”, graced the covers of prestigious real estate and design magazines, she’s been spotlighted on “Broker Agent” magazine multiple times throughout her career. She has been listed on the Wall St. Journal as one of America’s Top 200 Realtors, Who’s Who, and has been ranked in the top 1% nationally throughout her career. Her client list includes Las Vegas’ most distinguished business owners and professionals and many celebrities.

Recipient awards: Picture of Success, Centurion, Diamond and Pinnacle. Call her today to start your most rewarding real estate experience ever.

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