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The Best of the Red River Valley 2021: Best Real Estate Company

Readers named Park Co., Realtors 'Best Real Estate Company' in the Best of the Red River Valley 2021 competition.

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This is the new Park Co. Realtors office building at 41st Ave. S. in south Fargo. The company moved to the new building from downtown Fargo on March 1. Submitted photo

What does your business offer?

“We offer peace of mind when it comes to real estate services,” Owner and President Jil Carlson said. “Our realtors provide professional guidance before, during and after the sale to ensure a stress-free experience.”

How does your business support the community?

“Park Co., Realtors is proud to have a long history of giving back to our community. We volunteer both our time and financial resources to support many nonprofit organizations throughout the F-M community. Every month we donate a portion of our profits to those in need and we are excited to be one of the United Way’s ‘50 Most Generous Workplaces’,” Carlson said.

Second place: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Premier Properties


Third place: Advantage Inc., Realtors

Fourth place: Hatch Realty brokered by Real

Fifth place: Keller Williams Inspire Realty

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