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Rochelle Stone, CES®

Rochelle Stone is a founding partner of Starker Services, Inc., established in 1986, and has over 20 years of experience in the 1031 exchange industry. She is a recognized speaker who educates on exchanging and investing techniques at various investment and professional events. Rochelle has a background in commercial real estate and investment. She authored the book "Real Estate Exchange" published by Probus Publishing and has written numerous articles for publications such as Commercial Property Guide and National Real Estate Investor. She holds a CES designation, a credential held by fewer than 300 professionals.

Rochelle Stone, CES® is a 1031 exchange professional working with Starker Services, Inc. based out of CA.
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