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Charleston Real Estate AgentNow chatting on the porch: Molly Conn with The Cassina Group, LLC

Well, she isn’t really chatting – she is too busy selling real estate and becoming a national reality TV star. Yes, that’s right….my co-worker and friend will be featured on HGTV’s HOUSE HUNTERS tonight!!

Watch Molly as she navigates the Charleston real estate market to help two first time home buyers find their perfect home. With high expectations and a tight budget, Molly definitely had her work cut out for her – and had a camera in her face during the process.

I was more excited about having a new claim to fame than Molly was to be her friends’ claim to fame. I l.o.v.e House Hunters too. It might be the most addicting show on TV, and it has gotten me through many a rainy afternoon in the winter time.House Hunters - Monday, Sept 12, 8pm

I tried to organize a surprise viewing party at a local dive bar but Molly knew better. She fled for the upstate, knowing her Charleston groupies would be up to something. So I will have to be content watching her National TV debut with a glass of wine and Biscuit (my faithful canine companion) by my side.

I will stop gushing and tell you some things you might not know about Molly – in list form, because lists are my favorite.

  1. Molly has been a Charleston realtor since 2002 (this one doesn’t count because its obvious and boring)
  2. Molly sits on an exercise ball in the office. You should try it!
  3. Molly loves the Greek Village Salad at Papa ZuZu’s and loves eating it at her desk while I am starving.
  4. Molly’s favorite listing is 68 W. 9th Street on Folly Beach (it is an AWESOME HOUSE on the backside of Folly Beach)
  5. Molly is camera shy.
  6. Molly is a blogger. Check it out here
  7. Molly drives a red Hummer.
  8. Molly used to be a gymnast. Here is an embarrassing picture of her: Gymnasts circa 1980
  9. So tune in and watch as this little gymnast turned realtor rocks the Charleston real estate market!!

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