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Etzel Realty


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Frankie Sacco

Frankie Sacco owns Etzel Realty, which is the oldest family owned real estate office serving both Carbon and Emery counties. After working in real estate for many years, founder Alfred "Al" Etzel, opened his doors for business in 1985 as Etzel Realty. Sacco worked with her uncle for 13 years until his death in early 2002. At that time she took over as principal broker for the company.

Etzel Realty has worked for many years to promote the Realtor image, representing buyers and sellers and assisting them in the purchase or sale of their property. "Our knowledge, professionalism, and ethics are of the utmost important," says Sacco, adding, "we value both our reputation in the community and our clients repeat business. "

"It is very satisfying and rewarding to serve people's needs and wants in a friendly and professional manner," she concluded.

Etzel Realty has only one motto, "Service With Integrity."

Etzel Realty has 14 agents working to serve your every need with five brokers and nine sales associates. Etzel Realty handles all types of real estate transactions including residential, commercial, industrial, acreage/lots, farms, ranches, and investment opportunities. They also specialize in property management, REO/foreclosure and corporate sales.

Sacco has served on local and state levels in Utah Association of Realtors for many years.


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