In a year when we’re learning to do so much remotely, homebuying is no exception. From going to work to attending school, grocery shopping, and even seeing our doctors online, digital practices
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About Ashleigh WellsThe only person that should put you in your place is your Realtor. Ashleigh can be your Realtor.
Whether you are a seasoned home buyer, motivated seller, or a first time investor - Ashleigh can help you along the way.Real estate is a passion for Ashleigh, and with her background in education and hospitality, it is easy to see why clients call on her for help in buying and selling. Ashleigh is dedicated to her clients, working around the clock to keep them informed and educated each step of the way. Confidence and hustle are a few qualities that Ashleigh promises to provide her clients. Being confident in your agent will build new relationships and possibly become life-long friends.
Ashleigh has been a part of The Batchelor Hanna Group for 5 years and has loved every moment of it. Starting as an assistant and learning how to navigate through the industry has helped Ashleigh thrive since receiving her license. “Team work makes the dream work.”
Ashleigh isn’t just passionate about helping families find their next home, she believes that youth and service is the key to building a great community. As a local track coach for both a high school and non-profit program, Ashleigh enjoys being a positive role model to youth that see fit. Ashleigh also volunteers her time to feed the homeless monthly on the Historic Westside and loves being a part of other Las Vegas community events.
Ashleigh is a mother of 1 adorable son, and when she is not in the office or volunteering, you’ll often find them at the park roller skating, or enjoying time with her family and friends.
Ashleigh attended McNeese State University receiving her M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology and her B.S. in Mass Communications.
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