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    David Schenker

    CA DRE #02124398
    M: 949.520.0791

    Results-driven real estate agent David Schenker is known for his professionalism, integrity, and unparalleled dedication to his clients. Whether guiding first-time buyers as they search for their dream home or utilizing his marketing know-how to create successful listings for sellers, he is driven by his passion for serving others. David recognizes that purchasing a home is one of life’s most significant decisions, so he handles every transaction with the utmost care and attention to detail. By providing sound advice and smart solutions — along with the highest degree of customer service — he has earned the trust of his clients and has built long-lasting relationships that result in referrals and repeat clients.

    Born and raised in Long Beach, California, David moved to South Orange County to attend California State University, Fullerton. While earning his bachelor’s in business administration with an emphasis in tourism and entertainment, he worked for the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club. David continues to serve as the Anaheim Ducks team services manager, handling player relations and team travel. His expert marketing and organizational skills, as well as his management background, have proven invaluable for his real estate career.

    Based in Aliso Viejo, California, David spends his free time with his wife and puppy and enjoys navigating the restaurant scene in Southern California. Don’t hesitate to ask for a recommendation; you won’t be disappointed. David also volunteers for the Anaheim Ducks Foundation, a charity that produces positive change for children and families throughout Southern California by providing educational opportunities, broadening access to the sport of hockey, and addressing the health and wellness needs of the community.

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    David Schenker
    Realtor
    Mint Real Estate
    9820 Irvine Center Dr. #200
    Irvine, CA 92618

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