Aaron is a lifelong resident of the Aynor, SC area. Upon graduation from Aynor High School, he worked with the former PYA Monarch for ten years. After climbing the corporate ladder to receiving clerk, the company relocated to Lexington, SC. Preferring to stay with his roots, he accepted a truck driver/customer service position. He continued to desire more and entered the construction field, Aaron was a floor covering salesman and later become a manager of installation. Desiring to help the residents of Horry county make their dreams of obtaining the perfect home come true, he pursued a career as a licensed contractor. With the shortage of skilled labor, he decided to become a framer and trim carpenter. After the downfall of building in 2008, Aaron joined SB Turf as a truck driver and worked in the production of turfgrass and landscape mulch. Once again, Aaron grew into the job of customer service by becoming the fleet dispatcher. Throughout his career, Aaron has been in almost every aspect of construction and leaned heavily towards serving the needs of clients. As a realtor, he is eager to help buyers and sellers alike. His down-to-earth personality proves beneficial time and time again, as he truly listens to the desires of his clients and works diligently to serve their best interests. He knows the area of Horry county extensively and takes the time to study its ever-changing aspects.
Aaron currently resides in Aynor with his wife Marie. He enjoys spending time outdoors, hunting and fishing, and being with his family. He has three children, two step-children, and 5 grandchildren. He is eager to provide his clients with the best customer service and make their experiences of purchasing or selling a home a genuinely pleasant experience. Connect with Aaron Holden for any of your real estate needs.
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