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CTX realtor makes television debut

Source: Sandee Payne Facebook Page Source: Sandee Payne Facebook Page
HARKER HEIGHTS, TX (KXXV) -

Harker Heights realtor, Sandee Szafranski Payne made her HGTV debut March 11.

Sandee Payne has been a Central Texas Realtor for over two years, but in August, she met a client who gave her more than just a sale.

"They actually closed on the house before they ever moved to Texas so we did all of the showings through Face time and pictures and internet conversations," Realtor, Sandee Payne said. 

The Bentley family moved to Georgetown and along with their moving truck, they also brought with them a television crew. 

Kasey and Rick Bentley applied for House Hunters on HGTV. They have moved before, but they said this move couldn't have been done without Sandee.

"She honestly was amazing. We actually had to put a lot of trust into her and she made it so stress-free. I really am so grateful that we got her as a realtor," Kasey said. 

Sandee's husband, Michael said this is an opportunity that's well deserved.

"Sandee truly cares about her clients. She contacts them a year later and says 'Hey, how do you like your house?'  just the little things that she pays attention to," Michael added.   

For Sandee, being a realtor was an easy choice.

"I can relate to the importance of home and to be able to have the chance to make the experience of buying a choosing a home is just special," Sandee added.

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