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Getting to Know Sophia Marr!

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There is no "I" in "team." No one knows that better than the dedicated, hard-working, and versatile Sophia Marr. Sophia joined Fran Campbell Team as the Listing and Market Coordinator in 2010. She now works for us as one of the best Sales Associates/Real Estate Consultants at the Lake of the Ozarks, and she couldn't be happier! She looks forward to getting to know you better and hopes that she will be able to work with all of you in the near future.



How did you get into the real estate business?
I have a diverse background career-wise. I served in the US Army, then used my GI Bill to earn a degree in Paralegal Studies. I think a background in the law is a great foundation for Real Estate. I was hired as the team Listing Coordinator and the rest is history!

Where did you go to school?
Fayetteville Tech in North Carolina.

Who is your family? Any pets?
I am married to Master Seargent Matthew Marr, who is currently in the MO National Guard. We met when we were stationed …

86 Apache Rd, Sunrise Beach Mo

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Fall Activities at the Lake of the Ozarks!

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Everyone thinks of the Lake of the Ozarks as a fantastic summer destination - and it is. But did you know that the Lake also offers plenty of wonderful events and outdoor activities in the fall? You may not need to bring your swimsuit the next time you come to the Lake, but that doesn't mean you and your family and friends aren't still in for a great time!

Events
There's always plenty going on in our busy and quickly-growing community! Boaters, golfers, activists, outdoor enthusiasts... We're sure to have a little something for everyone. Here's a quick overview of some of the events coming up during the next month.
Lake of the Ozarks Fall Marine Boat ShowSeptember 19th, 20th, and 21st at Captain Ron'sHis and Hers Golf TournamentSeptember 20th at Dogwood Hills Golf ResortLake of the Ozarks Air Show September 20th at Camden County Memorial Airport29th Annual Turkey FestivalSeptember 27th in Eldon (city wide)Walk to End Alzheimer'sSeptember 27th at Camdenton City …

Incredible Luxury Home For Sale!!

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Picture this:

It's 5:00pm on Friday. You and your coworkers are heading home to finally claim some much-needed weekend relaxation. You, however, are not just headed to any home - you're on your way to a castle! 



When it comes to luxury waterfront homes at the Lake of the Ozarks, you deserve the best of the best. That's why we're inviting you to schedule a showing for this fabulous home in Porto Cima! 

This home offers a lovely floor plan with two bedrooms on the main level. Enjoy the beautiful kitchen with Knotty Alder cabinets, granite countertops, and hardwood floors. The master suite features a large walk-in closet, jetted tub, and separate shower. The great room and lower level family room both offer gas fireplaces! There is also a wet bar with a wine cooler, refrigerator, and microwave - perfect for entertaining!

Don't forget about the other special features! This home offers...
Solid Wood DoorsGranite Throughout Alarm SystemWalk-In Pantry2 Screened DecksLakeside Pa…

Is Your Home Kid Proof?

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Ask any parent or grandparent; children provide an endless source of joy in the household. Children have a uniquely positive view of the world, and their enthusiasm can be infectious. Underneath all the joys of raising children, however, comes a great deal of responsibility. 

Fran Campbell Team wants to remind you that it is absolutely crucial to ensure that your home provides a safe environment for the next generation. If you're expecting children in your home soon, consider following these suggestions to childproof your home.


Electrical Outlets
At best, electric shocks are unpleasant - at worst, they're dangerous. Block electrical outlets in your home from inquisitive fingers with plugs, electrical tapes, or safety latches.

Heavy Objects and Furniture
Toddlers have a knack for unintentionally knocking things over. If possible, bolt heavy desks and dressers to the wall. Push televisions or other heavy objects farther back so they are out of reach of the youngsters. The last thing …