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Bob Kantack, vice president of Attitash Realty (right), and Attitash broker Brenda Lyon welcome Rob Kimnach to the Attitash Realty team of Realtors. (COURTESY PHOTO)

CONWAY — Buying or selling a home is one of the most important investments an individual and family will make, and choosing the right Realtor can make all difference.

Attitash Realty is proud to announce the arrival of Robert Kimnach to the Attitash Realty team of real estate professionals.

“Rob is a welcomed addition to the Attitash Real Estate team,” said Bob Kantack, vice president of Attitash Realty.

“The addition of Rob Kimnach is reflective of Attitash Realty’s continued growth and commitment to the real estate needs of the greater Mount Washington Valley region.”

In 1998, Kimnach, his wife Bonnie and family returned full-time to the Mount Washington Valley to enjoy its majestic beauty and close-knit community.

As a New Hampshire-licensed Realtor specializing in residential and commercial real estate sales for over 20 years in the Mount Washington Valley, Kimnach is well-versed and knowledgeable of the complexities that affect buyers and sellers in today’s ever evolving real estate market.

Kimnach’s professional career includes residential and commercial real estate, management, sales and marketing.

While managing a major ski retail operation, Kimnach specialized in site review planning, sales negotiations and store openings throughout the U.S., as well as handling commercial leases and business transactions.

Kimnach studied economics at Coe College and Suffolk University, and is a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association and a lifetime member of the USTA.

With his strong experience in sales, marketing and management, complemented by his vast knowledge of the greater Mount Washington Valley region, Kimnach approaches clients’ real estate endeavors with experience, knowledge and professionalism.

To contact Kimnach, call Attitash Realty’s North Conway office at (603) 356-7653 or go to Attitash Realty.com.

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