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Well versed in construction design, quality, and implementation, Tony focuses on customer satisfaction and customer service to assist you with all real estate needs!

Tony completed his education through the Illinois Association of Realtors and has passed his State Certification tests with training with the Cisler team. He has assisted as an unlicensed assistant through property maintenance, property management, and various other real estate duties. Tony's training focuses on customer satisfaction and customer service.

A graduate of Staunton High School and attendant Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Tony's past service includes customer retention and satisfaction at Sherwin Williams Paints. Tony was also responsible for inventory, floor management, and customer accounts. Prior to Sherwin Williams Paint - Tony assisted his father in the carpentry business and is well versed in construction design, quality, and implementation. In Tony's free time he enjoyed Boy Scouts (Assistant Scoutmaster and Eagle Scout, football and the outdoors.

Dave Cisler, Managing Broker/Owner, states, "Tony will be a GREAT part of our team. Tony has excellent marketing, sales, and technology skills. I know our customers and clients will like him and he will do a good job for them." Cisler further states that Tony understands and is very conscientious about the communities we serve and how to make the overall community better!

Tony is ready to help you with your real estate needs! Contact today!

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