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Aaron Edwards epitomizes energy, care, patience, and hard work in every step of your real estate transaction. Aaron moved to Memphis from Oklahoma when he was 8 years old. His passion has always been in helping others and this has been demonstrated in almost every field of his professional background. Whether he was training new hire employees at UPS, reviewing mortgage and HELOC candidates' paperwork to ensure compliance at a large nationwide lender, helping the unemployeed find jobs to put food on the table for their families as a recruiter, or helping Real Estate clients achieve their real estate goals, Aaron gets complete satisfaction through helping others achieve. His Real Estate experience covers the entire spectrum of the industry through representing buyers, sellers, investors, and relocation compaines.
Aaron is a dedicated family man with a amazing wife and three beautiful daughters. He has always been extremely active in athletics and enjoys playing golf and softball, both competatively and recreationally. If he is not partaking in family activities, you can almost bet to find him playing the sports he loves! Aaron also has a deep love for music and nature. One of the things he enjoys most, in this world, is sitting on the beach, just watching his kids play and soaking in the moment. He considers this to be one of the most relaxing situations imaginable and looks forward to taking road trips to the beach with his family.
Whether working with buyers or sellers, foreclosures or normal sales, Aaron uses his training and expertise to proactively address his clients needs and knows how to anticipate bumps in the road and overcome them before they turn into problems for his clients. You can sense his enthusiasm as well as his care and compassion the very second you speak with him. His clients say that he is more than a Realtor®, he is a friend who sees things they never thought to look for, and who they could not imagine buying or selling real estate without.
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