Three new agents join Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage


Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage recently announced the hiring of three new agents: Jo Anne Britt, Stephanie Ellis and David Kitzman.

Britt, originally licensed in 1996, is an accomplished professional with many years of real estate experience including new builds, moves and foreclosures. She joined the office of Autumn Hall.

Before embarking on a career in real estate, Britt served in the US Air Force for 18 years. In addition to her experiences moving many times, from Alaska and New Mexico to southern Illinois and Hawaii, she credits her time in the armed forces with giving her a deep understanding of the issues that concern military buyers and sellers.

Britt excelled due to her attention to detail, superior work ethic and affinity for working with people.

A North Carolina native who grew up in Lumberton, Britt relocated to the Leland area in 2003.

In her spare time, Britt enjoys reading, enjoys her rescue of “fur babies,” and travels to visit her three adult children and three grandchildren, who live in Orlando, Florida; Huntersville, North Carolina; and Knoxville, Tenn.

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Ellis also works in the Autumn Hall office.

A longtime resident of eastern North Carolina, Ellis grew up in the Jacksonville area. and has lived in Rocky Point for several years.

Ellis has a background in sales, finance and auto service. Because of her love for helping people and building lasting relationships, she chose to make the transition into real estate.

In her spare time, Ellis enjoys photography and goes to the beach.

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Kitzman lived 15 years in Peru and is fluent in Spanish, making him a great asset to the company.

He works at the Carolina Beach office.

A father of 6, Kitzman loves to surf and go to the beach.

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