Sally Johnson with Stouffer Realty
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Over 21 years representing buyers and sellers like you!

Sally is in the top 10% in sales of real estate professionals in Ohio, with clientele that keep expanding into different neighborhoods in the greater Akron market. Although she concentrates on Stow, Cuyahoga Falls and Hudson, satisfied clients stretch from Brimfield to Medina, and from Richfield to North Canton. The cornerstones of her business are referalls and repeat customers, but she's always looking for new people to count as both clients and friends.
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