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Warrensburg, MO Real Estate
I am an Air Force Veteran with 22 years of service. I moved a total of 7 time with the Air Force, including state side and overseas assignments. I understand the military move and the stress that comes with a move. I opened RE/MAX United in Warrensburg Missouri to be able serve the people of Warrensburg, Whiteman AFB, Knob Noster and the surrounding area. I treat everybody the same whether you are buying a $30K or a $350K home. My favorite person to work with is the first time home buyer. I enjoy walking the first time home buyer through the process of buying a home and then handing them the keys at closing. After closing I make sure you understand I am still available to you. I have helped get the pool open for the first time. I can provide names of contractors I have worked with. When it is time to sell your home I make sure it is listed properly and we get the most visibility to get showings and hopefully sold in your time frame. I also ensure the pictures on the internet are of the best quality because that is where the buyers are starting the search for a home. A funny thing about me and I guess it comes from my love of animals. I get great enjoyment watching the family dog or cat run around there new home. They always have that look of I am not sure about this but as long as my owner is here it is ok. I pride myself on making sure all of your buying and selling questions are answered.
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