Linda Moore

As a Georgia native, Linda Moore grew up spending many summers at Lake Sinclair. She often visited her grandparents on a farm in middle Georgia. Because of this, the therapeutic qualities of lake living and the freedom to enjoy the great outdoors have always appealed to her. Linda has always been attracted by the less hectic lifestyle, the diverse amenities, and the privilege of living on Lake Keowee. Therefore, she decided to move to the Upstate 2 years ago.

Linda began her career life in the banking industry allowing her to focus on customer service. She was able to capitalize on the confidential nature of the business. As a banking branch manager, she became involved in civic organizations. She also recognized the importance of ‘giving back to the community’. Later, she transitioned to serving several communities in Georgia as an economic development professional. Locally, Linda is a member of OLLI, Western Upstate Board of Realtors, and the Oconee Chamber of Commerce.

Testimonials

Linda was tremendously helpful in helping us look for homes in the Lake Keowee and Salem area. We connected with her on a weekend without having made prior arrangements and she was very accommodating, showing us around the area and even taking us through a few houses. She determined what we were looking for and kept us quickly updated on properties she thought might work for us when we returned home from South Carolina. Very professional and willing to go the “extra” mile for her client! Though we ultimately choose not to relocate at this time, if we are ever looking in the area again, we will certainly contact Linda!

Chris & Geri Bahn

We have been working with Linda since 2015. We stopped at the Seneca office on our last day of vacation, where she greeted us with a warm smile. She listened to our retirement housing needs, even though retirement is a few years away. She always touched base with us every few months. We knew we wanted to retire in Seneca so she gave us many ideas to consider looking at over the next few years. We really didn’t know what we wanted to do but she was very patient with us. After a few unsuccessful offers, no fault of Linda’s. We finally found and closed on some land in March 2020. We couldn’t be happier and consider Linda a great agent and a wonderful friend.

Lorna and Ed Pucillo