Ana Maria Navarro

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About Ana Maria Navarro

I was born in Cd. Guerrero, Chih. Mexico. Where I finished my elementary studies then I went to Chihuahua, Mexico to study High School, then I obtained my bachelor degree in Psychology. I worked in Centro Empresarial en Chihuahua, Union, for one year. I went to Hemet, California to study English for one year, in Mt. San Jacinto College. I came back to Chihuahua and I worked in Altec Electronica, a division of Ford Motor Company, for 5 years. Then I got married to Luis F. Navarro and came to live in El Paso TX, where I decided to work in Real Estate business. I obtained my Texas Real Estate License in 1993, and in 1995 my New Mexico Real Estate Licensed, and in 2006 my Qualified Broker License in New Mexico. I was with Coldwell Banker for 11 years then I transferred my license to Exit Realty in 2005. After being in the Real Estate Industry for 19 years, I have obtained several awards as Million Dollar Producer, Multimillion Dollar Producer, Chairman’s Circle, International Diamond Society, Diamond Society.

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