Danielle Lower

The Sandy Hartmann Group of Keller Williams Pinellas

The Sandy Hartmann Group. Serving Pinellas County and Greater Tampa Bay FL for Over 30 Years.

About Danielle Lower

Danielle Lower is a Senior Listing Specialist at the Sandy Hartmann Group and has listed well over 100 homes with the team since joining in 2016. She prides herself on her excellent attention to detail when it comes to helping her clients sell their homes and consistently goes the extra mile to get her listings sold. Her past clients would easily describe her as a skilled & ethical Realtor with extensive local market knowledge. Danielle currently resides in the City of Largo, FL where she recently purchased and renovated her first 'fixer upper home.' If she's not tirelessly working for her clients, she can often be found walking her adorable dog Kida around town, enjoying the local Gulf Beaches, or working on her social media presence. If you list a home with Danielle at the Sandy Hartmann Group, you'll see why her clients come back to her over and over again.

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