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Home Buying in 20036 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 13, 2012
Kelly Putz answered:
Hi Ann,

Yes, as a non-Realtor, all you can do is find properties on Trulia.
I am licensed in DC if you would like to talk about listing your property for sale. As a Realtor I use Trulia, as well as many other sites, to list my properties on to make sure they are seen by the most potential buyers.

Kelly Putz
Buyer's and Seller's REALTOR®
Keller Williams McLean
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Wed Aug 15, 2012
Connie Vanderpool answered:
HI Caroline,

It looks like you are getting lots of responses. We all love 1st timers! I have been in the Real Estate business for more than 20 years, helped many, many first timers and have even gotten responses like 'you make this so easy!". I have references on Linked in and Trulia if you want to check them out. I am surrounded by a team of great people that will help you along the way. I always kid my clients and tell them that when the process is finished, they will be able to be a Realtor too, because I am going to teach them all about it as we go!
I applaud your decision to buy. It will be life changing for you! I know and love DC and what it has to offer. Being licensed all around the Metro area, I am constantly impressed with the way DC holds its value. I have a lot of patience too!
I am available by phone or email should you want to talk more about this process. It is important that you have an agent to represent you, no matter whom you choose. I can show you the property that you have in mind and others that may fit your needs.

contact info is and 202-262-7062. I look forward to talking to you and helping you with your first DC investment!!!

Connie Vanderpool, CRS, ABR, CDPE, CIPS
Re/Max Gateway
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