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val-alexander

Meet Val

As a long time resident of Fairbanks, Alaska and an active member of our local community I understand the importance of Family, Friendship and Loyalty. My Real Estate experience is in commercial real estate, condominiums, vacant land, income property, new construction and single homes has given me the ability and knowledge to successfully and efficiently complete real estate transactions. I bring years of experience and a strong referral base to the Alaska real estate …

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christina-alexander

Meet Christina

As a customer-service-oriented Realtor I love working with both buyers and sellers. I’m fluent in 3 languages: Romanian, English and Russian. I moved to Fairbanks about 9 years ago and I love our community and I love being a part of it. Fairbanks is the place where I met my special one and started a family. Relocating also gave me a chance to “reboot” my career, so I …

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Commercial and Residential Real Estate

Our specialty is to understand our clients’ needs, help them envision how that property would solve their needs, and guide our clients through the process of securing that property. Weather we are helping you locate lucrative property or helping you liquidate your portfolio, we draw on our experience ensuring professional representation, high level of personal attention and expert handling of every aspect in a transaction.

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Fairbanks, Alaska

Fairbanks, Alaska is in the central Tanana Valley, straddling the Chena River near its confluence with the Tanana River. Immediately north of the city is a chain of hills that rises gradually until it reaches the White Mountains and the Yukon River. The city’s southern border is the Tanana River. South of the river is the Tanana Flats, an area of marsh and bog that stretches for more than 100 miles until it rises into the Alaska Range, which is visible from Fairbanks on clear days. To the east and west are low valleys separated by ridges of hills up to 3,000 feet above sea level.

The city is extremely far north, being close to 16 degrees north of the Pacific border between the U.S. and Canada. On account of its warm summers, however, Fairbanks is south of the arctic tree line.