The Buyer's Agent Dallas, George West & Associates
by George West
(Dallas, TX USA)
The Buyer's Agent Dallas, goals are to help you in every way possible in providing you with an educated buying process, choosing the best home with: home savings on price, Mortgages, Repairs, Closing Cost, Insurance, Extras such as seller concessions, and other items that will provide you with excellent equity advantage in your new home. ____________________________________________________________
PLEASE NOTE: This listing is provided as a free service to real estate agents and agencies. We do not have information on their services. To receive this information, please contact the individual real estate agent or agency directly - their contact information appears below. Thank you! ____________________________________________________________
Our service provides you with guaranteed savings on your new home. Our average savings is $13,000+ and no other Realtor in Texas can say that with a straight face... One of our clients saved $84,000 on a new home in Rockwall.
We have the highest real estate agent Service for your needs. Having the highest degree of Realtor and Appraisal experience, and designations in Texas of any other exclusive buyers agency gives us that extra knowledge to help our Texas buyers.
Let us educate you in the valuation and realty issues in today's market so you will not make that big housing mistake that other realty agents just gloss over. As Texas real estate agents and buyers savings leader in home savings we will guarantee you will save thousands using our services.
George West,MAI,SREA,SRA,CAE,CBA,EBA,SFR The Buyer's Agent Dallas 14918 Grayport Dr., Suite 250 Dallas, Texas, 75248 972-490-6000 Email: TBADallas@gmail.com Website: www.buyersbestvalue.com
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