charlene walker
3049 Godfrey Road • Godfrey, IL 62035 
Office: 618.462.5300 • Cell: 618.531.5355
Fax: 618.462.9464
Email: ucwalker@charter.net
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About Charlene

Charlene WalkerI'm a life-long resident of the Riverbend area and have been in the real estate business for 26 years. I work with buyers and sellers in the Riverbend, Illinois, area and the Metro East. I have lived in the Historic Middletown neighborhood for 38 years and enjoy the neighborhood festivities, concerts in the park, and the bakery there. My children have grown up here and have now as adults have settled in the neighborhood as well. 

Areas I work in include: Alton, Godfrey, Elsah, Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Grafton, Bethalto, Maryville, East Alton, and Wood River.

I look forward to welcoming new buyers to our area!

FOR MORE ALTON, IL INFORMATION, CONTACT CHARLENE WALKER AT 618-531-5355.

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Learn what Charlene's Clients have to say about her

We appreciate Charlene's high integrity, and her honest, effective way of handling business. We have used her expertise in Real Estate for 29 years. We have worked with her in the sale of 2 of our properties and in the purchase of 3 properties. We have never been anything but extremely satisfied  with her above the norm services. She goes over and beyond what you might expect from the average person. We highly recommend her for any of your Real Estate needs.

04/16/2016 - ShirleyHarrison Irvin

I have used Charlene a couple times as my realtor. I won't use anyone else. From the beginning, I told her what I was looking for, and she promptly showed me several options. I kept coming back to one particular property and she gladly showed it to me when I wanted to visit it again. Eventually, after going back and forth with the seller, we purchased the property for a very reasonable price. Charlene, was with me every step of the way, answering any questions I had, and has checked in to see how I'm doing after. I will most definitely use her in the future with all my real estate needs.

04/12/2016 - jkirchner04

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