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Bruce Larson
“I’ve been at this a long time. In 1984, I was a founding partner of Shores & More Realty and I’m lucky enough to have worked with great clients over the years who have rewarded me with career sales in excess of $800 million.” “Servicing you like no one else is very important to me.
Rob Birkeland
“My Real Estate career began in 1997 when I started with Shores & More Realty as a Buyer Specialist, working on Bruce Larson’s team. There were 5 of us at that time and our market share was growing. For the first decade of my career I enjoyed the process of helping my clients learn more about our area and why it is so special.
Mary Nolan
“My roots run deep around here. For five generations, my husband and our families have lived, worked and vacationed in the Brainerd Lakes Area. Summers growing up on Lake Hubert are among my most cherished memories.
Mike O'Connell
"I grew up on Cross Lake so I know how great it is to hang out up here. Pure and simple, it's really a fun place to be." You should know... "I used to be just like my clients and spend summers as a child at my grandparents on Cross Lake. I have fond memories of fishing, bonfires, pontoon and paddleboat rides, bike rides and swimming for hours.
Matt Stephens
“I think you should spend as much time with your grandparents as humanly possible. Every year growing up, I’d spend the summer with my grandparents at their cabin on Pelican Lake and I learned a lot, but mostly I learned respect. Respect for people and for life.” “For a lot of my clients, I’ve found that I can add the most value by being a problem solver.
Maddie  Smith
You Should Know… “I am a Midwest Girl through and through. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago with my eyes always pointed North, waiting for our next getaway to our cabin on Leech Lake, and eventually Pelican Lake. Growing up, this area was my safe place and where I felt the most at home.
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