Deborah Turner joined Keller Williams Philadelphia because it helps people make informed real estate decisions–a value perfectly aligned with hers. With caring persistence, Deborah works diligently to provide people with timely information throughout every real estate transaction, which she believes can change lives. She adopted this belief through her previous experience as a librarian and a library educator. Her habits of persistence and hard work ensure her clients have a smooth buying or selling process, whether all involved are here in the city. Deborah knows what’s involved with national relocations, international ones, and living in two places partly from having grown up in a military family. Now, she’s part of the third generation of her family to have established roots in Philadelphia. When not engaged in real estate matters, Deborah writes recognized works, including her poem Juneteenth, inspired by her love of Philly. She also bikes along Philadelphia’s many trails, walks her dog, and reads. Deborah’s ready to put her years of experience and insight into establishing a home to use in helping you realize your real estate dreams.