New Agents Bring New Ideas

New Agents Bring New Ideas

At Henkle Schueler, we pride ourselves on the people who love to work for us and in serving clients for years and years. This is the family that comes to us for their first home and then returns to us later on.  Customers come back when they are ready to move to a larger home, downsize or make a life change. And often to the same agent. This tells us that we are doing our jobs well.

At the same time, we also love to incorporate new agents with new ideas into our team. Radona Scott is just that person. She joined the team with a strong background in sales and intuitively understood that people who come to us either to buy or sell their home, are people that only want to work with someone whom they trust.

Radona is a lifelong Greater Cincinnatian and grew up in New Richmond. She and her husband live in Mason with their three children. With Radona’s oldest in college and the second soon to follow, she decided to make the leap back into a full-time career.

Radona’s free time is spent watching her son play sports and shopping with her daughters.She has also been involved with her church and some fund raising.Radona’s high energy level will be perfect for our residential team.

Importantly, she loves the residential market including home improvement and assisting families locate their dream home. She started her career showing custom homes and launched a home sales business seven years ago.

While Radona will focus her residential interests in Mason, Lebanon, West Chester, Kings Mills, Liberty Township and New Richmond, she is eager to take customers to the community that makes the most sense for their own interests and lifestyle.

With a communications background and passion, she firmly believes that she is able to make people comfortable and understand what might work best in any situation. We welcome an energetic new agent to our team and look forward to our customers learning more about her.

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