- 294 E. Brown Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
Your satisfaction is my sincere interest. After many years in social work and early childhood fields, I transitioned to a full-time Realtor. I am excited about making your real estate experience pleasant and memorable! Let's get acquainted and let me put my skills and expertise to work for you! I am a full-time Realtor , knowledgeable in all aspects of the market , and constantly updating my skills. Your new home awaits when you contact me!
Mercy High School, Farmington Hills, MI
Northern Michigan University, BS &MA
CBWM Cares Foundation
They say it takes a village to raise a child. Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel believes that it takes many helping hands and hearts to keep the village thriving. We care about the well-being of the towns, cities and villages where we live, work and play. Our charitable efforts can be seen in communities throughout Southern Michigan. For more information about our annual charity golf outing ($63,000 raised to date), annual Toys for Tots drive or the other ways CBWM gives back, contact Kim Pollack at 248-433-5478.
CBWM Cares Mission
To foster an attitude of caring and connectivity toward our community through our involvement with an ever-growing list of local and national charities.
We strive to improve the lives of others by exercising CBWM Cares’
- Core Values:
- Connecting to others
- Building relationships
- Working together
- Making a difference
CBWM is proud to be part of the CB Heroes program which has collected nearly $1.5 million and volunteered 3,100 total hours for charitable causes.
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