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Cindy Stanford

Cindy began her career in real estate in 1984 after moving from Singapore to Corpus Christi, Texas. In addition to having 50+ listings every month with the top real estate company in Corpus Christi, Cindy also worked alongside banks and other financial institutions. Upon deciding to further her career she moved to Dallas, Texas and work with Republic Bank initiated. The experience gained negotiating contracts and hiring real estate agents for the foreclosure department was extremely invaluable and enabled a sharpening of her skillsets to have a thorough understanding of what it takes to make a home SELL.

Naturally, Cindy then entered the high-end, luxury real estate market with noted brokerage Berkshire Hathaway (formerly, Allie Beth Allman and Associates). Several years running, Cindy earned her position as one of the top five agents in the organization, representing builders in the Park Cities area of Dallas. With a wealth of real estate advisor experience working alongside CEO´s, attorneys and doctors, it was clear that her next step was the second-home market.

Alongside husband Terry, a well-known attorney in Dallas, the move to venture to Cabo San Lucas took form. Now with many years of familiarity under her belt regarding the rich culture and continually developing Los Cabos market, Cindy is proud to have found her home with Engel & Völkers Snell Real Estate and is committed to facilitating all your property needs. A firm believer in the importance of continuing education, Cindy consistently ensures she maintains current knowledge on the law and all changes that occur in the marketplace. With a dual real estate license both here in the Baja California Sur and Dallas, Texas, Cindy is ready to welcome you to your new home!

"Los Cabos is located just two and a half hours away from most major cities in the United States. Undeniably, the Cabo lifestyle will create unforgettable memories for you and your family."

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