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LaQuinda “Quin” Gist

LaQuinda “Quin” Gist

Realtor®

Specialties

First-Time Home Buyers, Listing Agent, Consulting, Staging, Notary Public,

Education

BA Design & Merchandising – Wayne State University M.B.A – University of Phoenix,

Recognitions
  • Women Who Move Detroit - HOUR Magazine February 2021
  • Don Bosco Community- Achievement Award
  • Jack & Jill of America- Young leaders
  • Detroit National Exchange Club- Past President (2014 to 2015), Member
  • Doll-licious Doll Club- Past Vice President (2018-2019), Member
  • Park West Foundation- Blue Babies, Member/Mentor
About LaQuinda “Quin” Gist

LaQuinda’s (Quin’s) main mission is to serve at the highest level and provide housing solutions, especially for millennials. Quin was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and started her career working in the retail & banking industry, which led her into teaching under-served youth about life skills to prevent homelessness. Her passion for design and preventing homelessness inspired her to get her real estate license so she can increase her impact in helping others. She knows the community, both as an agent and a neighbor, and whether you are buying or selling a home or, simply curious about the local market, she will help guide and educate you to achieve your real estate goals. Quin’s access to the excellent marketing team at DOBI, cutting- edge technology, and solid marketing strategies is guaranteed to make your real estate dreams come true. She is passionate about finding clients the home of their dreams because she believes home is the starting point to allow growth in other areas of life. Aside from work, she is a food enthusiast who loves designing, re-creating, reading, traveling, motivating others, and meeting new people. She looks forward to the opportunity to work with you.

Favorite Quote

“Do the best you can, with what you can, while you can, and success in inevitable.”
― Steve Maraboli

Favorite Book

The Bible

Favorite Movie

The Pursuit of Happyness

About LaQuinda “Quin” Gist

LaQuinda’s (Quin’s) main mission is to serve at the highest level and provide housing solutions, especially for millennials. Quin was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and started her career working in the retail & banking industry, which led her into teaching under-served youth about life skills to prevent homelessness. Her passion for design and preventing homelessness inspired her to get her real estate license so she can increase her impact in helping others. She knows the community, both as an agent and a neighbor, and whether you are buying or selling a home or, simply curious about the local market, she will help guide and educate you to achieve your real estate goals. Quin’s access to the excellent marketing team at DOBI, cutting- edge technology, and solid marketing strategies is guaranteed to make your real estate dreams come true. She is passionate about finding clients the home of their dreams because she believes home is the starting point to allow growth in other areas of life. Aside from work, she is a food enthusiast who loves designing, re-creating, reading, traveling, motivating others, and meeting new people. She looks forward to the opportunity to work with you.

Specialties

First-Time Home Buyers, Listing Agent, Consulting, Staging, Notary Public,

Education

BA Design & Merchandising – Wayne State University M.B.A – University of Phoenix,

Recognitions
  • Women Who Move Detroit - HOUR Magazine February 2021
  • Don Bosco Community- Achievement Award
  • Jack & Jill of America- Young leaders
  • Detroit National Exchange Club- Past President (2014 to 2015), Member
  • Doll-licious Doll Club- Past Vice President (2018-2019), Member
  • Park West Foundation- Blue Babies, Member/Mentor
Favorite Quote

“Do the best you can, with what you can, while you can, and success in inevitable.”
― Steve Maraboli

Favorite Book

The Bible

Favorite Movie

The Pursuit of Happyness

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