Century 21 Realty  welcomes Tourville

Century 21 Moline Realty welcomes Addie Tourville to the Century 21 family working out of 202 Main Street S, Cambridge.

Tourville is originally from La Crosse, Wis., and has recently relocated to the area after falling in love with the atmosphere and kind people, she said. She is married to her husband Alex, is a “dog mom” to Lucy and Brooks, and a “cat mom” to Auggie and Luna.  

Tourville enjoys time spent at her family cabin, shopping for deals and telling Dad jokes. 

She is no stranger to entrepreneurship: she has owned two successful boutique cupcake shops, has an online clothing boutique and a social media marketing company.

“I’m looking forward to building relationships with people in the area,” Tourville said, “and helping them fulfill their buying and selling goals as seamlessly and stress-free as possible.”  

 Tourville will specialize in Residential, Vacation, Retirement, Land and Investment property sales in Cambridge, Braham, Isanti, Princeton, North Branch and surrounding areas. 

She received her real estate education through Kaplan Professional Schools and Century 21 Learning System. 

“We believe training supports growth and professional excellence in the real estate industry,” said Carrie Moline Gibbs, broker/owner of Century 21 Moline Realty, Inc. “Performance-based training is necessary to assure that CENTURY 21 Moline associates maintain their competitive edge and offer the best service possible to their clients. We are thrilled to have Addie join our team.” 

To contact Tourville, call 763-689-3593. 

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