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Testimonials

I applaud your attention to detail.  P.S. Already had 1 showing yesterday by the busiest and best closing Agent in the area. Your business model and using a Buyers Agent is a perfect fit.- Jon M.
   

Thank you for your prompt service-- you have exceeded my expectations.- Doug T.  

Thank you so much you been wonderful to deal with definitely would use you in the future. - Rachael S.  

If it had not been for your help I would have not kept any of my equity.- Theresa J.  

Just writing to let you know that we closed on the house today. Thank you for all of your help and support, it has been a great experience. Aaron S.  

Thank you for your help and support to me, understanding that I'm not a tech person.  Just wanted you to know that I appreciate it and you.- Jocelyn K.  

Thanks so much - your service is amazing- thanks so much for your help- Sanida A.  

Awesome!  Your service is stellar!  Very much appreciated.- Steve G.  

Derek Greene is the consummate professional and if you need help selling or listing a home he is the one to do it. There is none better. Brad W  

Thank u so much. UR the BEST!!- Shelli W.  

Facilitation Services

When a real estate agent works as a facilitator that agent assists the seller and buyer in reaching an agreement but does not represent either the seller or buyer in the transaction. The facilitator and the broker with whom the facilitator is affiliated owe the seller and buyer a duty to present each property honestly and accurately by disclosing known material defects about the property and owe a duty to account for funds.  Unless otherwise agreed, the facilitator has no duty to keep information received from a seller or buyer confidential.  The role of facilitator applies only to the seller and buyer in the particular property transaction involving the seller and buyer.  Should the seller and buyer expressly agree a facilitator relationship can be changed to become an exclusive agency relationship with either the seller or the buyer.

For more information or questions you may have, please feel free to contact us.