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Sales Associate - Courtney Rayburn

Hello! My name is Courtney Rayburn and I am a Sales Associate/Realtor/Christina's favorite coffee buddy with Faith & Hope Realty, Inc. Though I just started my real estate journey in March of this year, I am passionate about finding the perfect home for a buyer (or helping a seller to sell their home) and truly enjoy what I do. Being able to work with such wonderful people, especially in a faith and family based business, makes it so much better for me.


To give you a little more back story into who I am... I am married to the most wonderful man and we have a beautiful six month old baby boy, who is nothing short of a miracle. I am so blessed to be able to stay at home with my son while working in a career field that I am absolutely in love with! Beyond real estate, I have a Masters in history, soon to have a Masters in psychology (I like to learn!), am an avid adventurer, and bake macarons in my spare time. I am an animal lover with way too many pets, believe simple pleasures outweigh just about everything, and am an eternal optimist.


From this point on, I will be assisting Christina in creating content for the blog and helping you to learn more about real estate, all the way from first-time home buying to affordable redecorating. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your support of Faith & Hope Realty, Inc!



The best day of my life was the day I married my husband in a courthouse in Mississippi. The second was the birth of my son, who is now best friends with his cousin.



All of my favorite adventures involve my son and my niece. Sissy (my siblings and nieces/nephews name for me) is definitely her bestie!

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