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Most people know Terry for her recurring role on HGTV’s hit show “Designed to Sell.”  Now in her fourth season as one of the show’s featured real estate agents, Terry shows millions of viewers how staging a home, improving curb appeal and making low-cost improvements can help to sell a property at top dollar.

Terry began her real estate career advising eager homebuyers in Atlanta. From the very start, Terry’s heartwarming smile put her customers at ease, carefully guiding them through what can often be overwhelming process. Her in-depth knowledge of the market and keen eye assures her clients will get the best price for their home. This knowledge brought her a recurring role on “Atlanta’s Best New Homes” and, more recently, as a featured guest on American Public Media’s radio talk show “Marketplace.”

Later, Terry served as regional project manager for one of the nation’s premier real estate companies, overseeing the sale of 3,000 homes in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and managing more than 120 employees. She was awarded “Sales Director of the Year” in 2003 by the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association.

Now living in Charleston, S.C., Terry is partner in a real estate group, has her own home-staging consulting business, and recently co-wrote a downloadable e-book sharing her insights into preparing a house for sale. Terry also spends time sharing her real estate and networking expertise as a featured speaker for realtor associations, professional and community groups, and other organizations.

Organizations that Terry is involved in include:

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