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Renee Reinert Pote

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Having founded her own real estate company in 2009 and recently invited to join forces with The Cassina Group, Renee remains a Top Producer and Realtor of Distinction for the past 21 consecutive years. She is an active member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, serving on the Board of The Global Business Chapter, and remains an active Certified Professional Mediator. In the past, she has served for many years on the Professional Standards Committee and the Hearing Panel for the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors.

Originally from Pittsburg, PA, Renee has been raising her children in Charleston for over 40 years, brining a wealth of real estate knowledge and experience to her work. As the founder and previous Broker in Charge of her own boutique real estate company, she has now merged with The Cassina Group, becoming an even stronger powerhouse in the industry.

Travel is Renee's personal passion, allowing her to experience many different cultures, gain friendships, and renew her appreciation for life. Some of her adventures include hiking up Mt. Olympus in Greece, trekking the Haute Route between Chamonix, France and Zermatt, Switzerland, exploring the Inca Trail in Peru leading to Machu Picchu, and hiking the Mt. Everest region in Nepal.

FAVORITE STREET IN CHARLESTON I love the cobblestone streets in Charleston and Chalmers is my favorite.

FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN CHARLESTON Slightly North of Broad with its clever name has the quaint feel of Charleston and absolutely delicious cuisine.

FAVORITE ACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF WORK I have many passions including travel and a constant need to learn new things. I especially love being outdoors.

FAVORITE LOCAL PRODUCT Charleston Tea Plantation's Earl Grey Tea. It's locally grown black tea with oil of bergamot orange and is grown, processed and packed on Wadmalaw Island.

FAVORITE ANNUAL EVENT Spoleto--it offers something for everyone

MUST-SEE SPOT IN CHARLESTON The historic downtown home tours are a must! Also be sure to browse the charming Pitt Street Pharmacy in Mt. Pleasant's Old Village (deli counter and fond memories of the past)

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