"My realtor, Stephanie Johns, came highly recommended to me when I sought out her services with the sale of my condo and she surpassed all of my expectations. It was a no-brainer when it came time to choose a realtor to assist me with the purchase of a new home.
Stephanie was accessible at all times and instrumental in negotiating all of the fine points of the contract negotiations.
Stephanie was professional and personable to all parties involved in the process and made it a smooth one from start to finish.
Stephanie's partners were once again hands on and important assets in the process.
Stephanie not only provided me with excellent service throughout the sales process, but she also provided assistance with setting up household services after the closing."
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