Monica Neglio
Monica Neglio
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My career has always been based around client happiness, something that clearly reflects in my commitment to each client. I listen to my clients’ wants and needs to ensure the best outcome for each transaction. I try to make sure the home buying or selling process is fun, easy and stress-free as possible. I live my personal and professional life by the Golden Rule so you know you are going to get open and honest communication. 

I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and optioned in Finance. I moved to San Francisco to take a job heading the mobile phone department of a fledging start-up which later became one the country’s largest consumer electronics warranty company. The company was purchased specifically for the strong mobile department which I was greatly responsible for building and shaping. When my husband and I  found out we were expecting our second child, we knew it was time to get out of the big city- corporate world and moved to Hayden, ID. I love the area, the focus on family, the friendliness of the people and, of course, the absolute beauty of Northern Idaho! 

When I’m not assisting my real estate clients, I enjoy being a wife and mother of two. My favorite activity is camping with my family and showing my children the stunning lakes, rivers and mountain ranges of Idaho.

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