Three Questions Sellers Ask – Chad and Sandy Neumann

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Here are 3 quick questions people most often ask us when selling their homes. ADVICE What should I do to prepare my home (and most importantly) what should I NOT do before I sell. How not to spend unnecessary money. TIMING How am I going to find a home before my home sells? APPRAISAL What do we do if the appraisal report comes in higher or lower than the offer we receive? We answer all these questions and more during our listing consultation. Take as little time or as much time as you need. Call to get answers right now for your Jacksonville home. Chad Neumann (904) 219-7539 The Neumann Group at Keller Williams Check us out on our links below. VISIT US: http://chadandsandy.com/ LET’S CONNECT: Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheNeumannGroup
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