Luis F Navarro

Exit Realty El Paso

Homes for Sale in El Paso, TX. Serving all your real estate needs

About Luis F Navarro

Biography Luis Fernando Navarro Biography Luis was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and came to the United States in 1970 to attend UTEP to study Business Administration. For more than 22 years he started and developed businesses, the last one being accepted into The International Trade Shows of Mining Equipment being recognized for his quality of an innovative system to rebuild mining equipment. After the Mining Industry Crash in 1998, in 2001 he took his business knowledge and experience and entered the field of Real Estate starting with Coldwell Bankers and in 2005 partnered with the love of his life Ana Maria. In 2005 he joined and purchased 1/3 ownership of El Paso’s Exit Realty 2 existing franchises. And later that same year the partnership acquired the 3rd franchise. Whether you are searching for your personal residence, an income or commercial property, or you are introducing your home to the marketplace; Luis can help make your real estate dream a reality. Luis has been very fortunate to create lasting friendships with his previous clients; their referrals have been our link through the years. My knowledge of the West Texas and Southern New Mexico areas and Real Estate market will help you with your decisions. Luis is bilingual and can help you find the property of your needs either in English or Spanish.

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