Meet the Agent

Lepic-Kroeger Realtors

Mark Paterno has resided in Iowa City for over 15 years and been a Realtor since 2001. After studying Spanish and International Business at The University of Iowa, he opened "Marco's Grilled Cheese" in the Ped Mall of Iowa City and began his real estate career later that year in the winter of 2000.

Mark specializes in residential real estate including: tonwhomes, condos, lots/land, zero lots, single family homes, new construction and investment properties.

When he's not working, Mark may be found pursuing his next adventure....whether it be cliff diving in France, sailing in the Caribbean, skydiving in Iowa, or spending a couple of days in Mexico...Mark is seldom sitting idle. Of all his adventures though...his favorite pastime is to spend time with his 12 year old daughter Isabella and coaching her softball team.

Mark says, "I can honestly say that nearly nothing makes me happier than making the home buying or selling process a success for my clients. I am truly dedicated to ensuring that my clients are completely satisfied with my level of service. I strive to always ensure the highest level of competence, knowledge, and service delivered in a prompt manner. If you have any real estate questions whatsoever...please don't hesitate to call."

If you or someone you know is in need of a Real Estate Professional, Call Mark at 319-936-7447.

Lepic-Kroeger Realtors 2346 Mormon Trek Blvd Iowa City, IA 52246 319 936 7447 PaternoRealtor@yahoo.com
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