Our goal is to provide you with a variety of useful resources to help you with all of your real estate needs. Buying or Selling a home is a big undertaking, and we want to help you every step of the way.
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Working by referral is all about trust. And let’s face it, when we’re seeking a service, we look for someone we can
trust—someone proven, who comes highly recommended and is already on our side.
I devote myself to serving the needs of my clients before, during and after each sale. Instead of disappearing after the closing, you can expect me to keep in touch. I will send you valuable information each month, and will also call from time to time just to check in and see if you need anything.
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It's Tax time and why not start the next Tax year with better spending Habits. The path to financial security often begins with expense tracking. When you know where your money is going, you can take steps to keep more of it. The March 2018 eReport outlines five reasons to start tracking your spending, if you haven’t already. This is a character piece intended to show you care
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Great credit opens doors, and not just lower interest rates on loans and credit cards. It also helps consumers qualify for higher credit limits and better insurance rates, may allow them to negotiate lower rates on vacation rentals and avoid having to pay security deposits when they sign up for new cell phone service or utilities. The April 2018 Marketing Flyer outlines the top benefits of great credit and offers tips to help people improve their credit scores. This is a character and competence piece intended to help you build trust with your clients and connect your interested buyers with a lender in your network. Courtesy of Brian Buffini and Company
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Our tech gadgets have not only made us more connected than ever before; they’ve also made it easier to pay bills, manage our finances, purchase items on-the-go and more. Although these little tasks are made easier, doing them online increases the chance that a thief may steal our information without our knowledge. Once your information is compromised, it takes time and energy to get back what you’ve lost. Here’s how to protect your information online. Courtesy of Brian Buffini and Company
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