9 Reasons You Need An Agent To Help You Buy Or Sell A Home

Dated: 11/21/2017

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Whether your selling your first or fourth home, buying an existing property or building a new home, there's one thing you need:  a reputable agent.  While some may say you can buy or sell your home on your own, if you're not familiar with the process, it may lead to more frustration and aggravation than it's worth.  Why go it alone when you can  have an experienced professional by your side to help you every step of the Way?

1:  An agent will represent you,

2:  An agent will guide you through the process.

3:  An agent knows what to look for.

4:  An agent is objective.

5: An agent is an expert of your local area.

6: An agent offers advice based on experience.

7:  An agent works on your behalf.

8:  An agent will continue to serve after the closing.

9: Going it alone may end up costing you.

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Candy Wallendorf

Dear Friends, In my past careers as a music education teacher and middle school guidance counselor in Jeffco Public School, Real Estate has been the natural next step in my career trajectory. This....

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