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Work that market

By Living Room Realty, July 27, 2018

Oh, Johnny and Yetzia, thank you for being a bright light in a tough market! Those of us in real estate who work a referral based business talk a lot about working with people who “know, like and trust you.” And Yetzia and Johnny are the best representation of why that is so important. We established a great rapport right from the beginning, and formed a trusting partnership that allowed us to give them the best possible advice, and take advantage of the shifting market.

After securing one property in a multiple offer situation, and going through the stress and expense of inspections, we decided to terminate. Having seen a leveling off in the housing market we had a feeling that we would be ok getting back out there, and Yetzia and Johnny trusted our gut feeling. We found them the perfect little starter ranch in “Greater Woodstock” for $5k less then the last house, and in much better condition just a week after terminating on the first home.

If you’re looking for someone to guide you through this market at any price point, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Living Room Realty

Living Room Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage with four offices in Portland, one at the coast in Manzanita, and one in Vancouver, WA. At Living Room Realty, we listen and ask the right questions. We’re committed to being your most effective advisor and advocate. Our goal is your success.
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