PHONE | 509.953.0093
EMAIL | DARRELL@4DEGREES.COM
Darrell Reeves has a passion for Real Estate, working in the real estate business for a cumulative 20 years. It’s not just a job to him, he also invests in Real Estate and has several rental properties, which provides added value to his investor clients. He enjoys helping people with finding their dream home and consulting with home sellers. By providing value to his clients has supplied him with many referrals and great recommendations from past clients. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, he has a specialty of helping remote clients purchase and sell. He believes that being a broker does not mean just doing the minimum, but going out of his way to provide value to his clients. In addition to his Real Estate Background, he has worked & volunteered over 20 years, concurrently, as an Accountant for various charitable organizations in both California & Washington. He also has experience working as an accountant in the banking, real estate and health care fields in California and Delaware. He has taken coursework at UC Berkeley and he attained his B.S. degree in Business Management from Saint Mary’s College in California, Moraga Campus and has an MBA from the University of Phoenix, Washington State. He enjoys sailing, biking, travel and spending time with friends and family.
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915 W 2ND AVE, SPOKANE WA 99201
PHONE | 509.413.1956
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