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Candy Bowen Proves to the Real Estate Industry That Genuine Love for the Community is the Key to Sustainable Success

The real estate industry is full of thriving professionals who have championed success in their own little ways. However, monetary gain isn’t always the true essence of real estate. Candy Bowen knows this for a fact, going above and beyond to create value within her community and attain what seems to be unattainable through sheer will and determination.

Natural-born leaders have the innate ability to spread their message to the world. These types of people can paint a clear picture of what their mission is, the intent and reason behind it, and their total commitment to attaining it. Candy Bowen is one such individual who is adamant about helping her community through her craft. She has made great strides in the real estate industry, building a spotless reputation along the way.

“Before you think I’m saying success is unattainable if you don’t yet believe you are a natural-born leader, let me clarify to those who only want to achieve the attainable. First, you are missing the point when you drive your business with a mission so big and so important to you, and the money that business brings in is your means to achieve giving more opportunities to those with none, traveling the world making a difference, or whatever your big dreams are when you are driven by a force that strong, your business is destined to be great,” explained Candy Bowen.

Driven by this guiding principle, she has created an authentic personal brand that her immediate community has gravitated towards. The highly lauded real estate professional is the owner of Bowen Moves, Bowen Stages, and is with the Goldbar Team at eXp Brokerage. Since the beginning of her seasoned career, Candy Bowen has proven time and time again that she is among the most trusted, top-producing, and influential realtors in Arizona. 

Her many satisfied clients are a testament to her massive success in the industry, and her consistent efforts have allowed her to become a well-recognized figure. As a result, she has garnered the praise of her entire community, her satisfied clients, and business leaders alike.

Candy Bowen has remarkably sold over 500 homes throughout her seasoned real estate career during her first five years. She has gained countless accolades through her inspired work, becoming the only RPAC Platinum R Presidents Circle Investor in Tucson. Bowen is also the Participation Chair of the Tucson Association of Realtors (TAR) RAPAC, Events Chair for the Arizona Association of Realtors Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Tucson Realtors and the Advisory Board for the Care Fund.

Furthermore, the celebrated real estate professional is also known for bringing a state AAR AZ Young Professionals Network. Apart from her many awards, Candy Bowen has all the results that have consistently backed her success.

Her deep commitment to customer service, providing value to her clients, and a burning passion for education have helped her create a positive impact in her community. Candy Bowen is a cut above the rest. She approaches real estate as a way to help other people and make a significant improvement in her clients’ lives. Instead of focusing on the competition, she takes a unique approach to business as she is more concerned with creating genuine value.

Candy Bowen leads the way as always the first to do the right thing, ready to lend a helping hand to offer mentorship and advice to other realtors. By doing this, she adds value and readily puts in her time and money for the community. 

Ultimately, Candy Bowen has entered the real estate industry and become a force to be reckoned with. Her career has always been focused on creating value and making a positive impact in her community, and this genuine advocacy has driven her success without fail.

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