Monica Fry


RE/MAX Real Estate Partners

Big Enough to Deliver, Small Enough to Care!

Seneca Lake

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About Monica Fry

Guernsey, Muskingum and Noble Counties, Ohio is a great place to live and work, which is why Monica Fry chose to call it home. Monica has called Noble County home for most of her life and opened RE/MAX Real Estate Partners in Guernsey County and Muskingum County. Real estate is a passion for Monica Fry, it's easy to see why more than 800 clients called Monica Fry for help buying and selling.
Monica Fry has owned and operated RE/MAX Real Estate Partners for 20 years and is passionate about helping clients take the next step in their homeownership journey. Monica Fry volunteers with Rotary and Children's Miracle Network and loves being a part of other Guernsey, Muskingum, and Noble Counties community events.
When Monica Fry isn’t in the office or volunteering, you’ll often find her working out as fitness and health are extremely important to her and enjoying time with her family and friends.

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