Palm Beach County Property Appraiser

February 15, 2011 by staff 

Palm Beach County Property Appraiser, Stanford Who’s who welcomes Howard L. Suppo in the ranks of leading professionals because of its remarkable work in the real estate sector. As a broker associate with Lang Realty, and throughout his 24 years with the company, Mr. Suppo has consistently shown vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be considered among the best.

Founded in 1989, Lang Realty has offices located in the heart of communities in the county of Palm Beach Country Club and residential luxury. As one of South Florida independent creation of residential real estate company, Lang Realty full-time professional real estate partners focus on providing personal, customized service to clients buying or selling properties throughout the region Palm Beach County.

Howard is an expert in distressed property expert who specializes in golf communities, waterfront properties, family neighborhoods, investment properties and commercial property. It also manages the funding of properties as a mortgage broker. During his teaching career, Howard attended the University of Illinois.
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