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Wade Holiday grew up just down the hill in Auburn, CA. After getting his BA in Recreation Business at CSU, Chico, Wade taught tennis at Club Med in the Bahamas and Florida, and taught skiing in Tahoe, Austria and Switzerland. Wade and his wife, Molly returned to the Truckee/Tahoe area In 1993 because it had the perfect balance of winter and summer activities. In 2002 Wade obtained his real estate license, thereby sharing his local knowledge by matching people with their ideal mountain retreats. Wade’s experience of building and remodeling multiple homes has also proven a great benefit to his clients. Combine this with excellent communication and negotiating skills, infallible integrity and attention to detail, and you have a Realtor you can trust. Wade has also been known to guide clients on the ski hill, show them great summer trails, and to assist them in getting the most out of their time in Tahoe/Truckee. If you are looking for a Realtor who can effectively guide you in both your real estate and recreation endeavors, Wade should be your choice!

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suzy lynn
Highly likely to recommend Wade is an exceptional agent. My husband and I worked... read more
patty waddington
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