The Best Time To Buy Is Now

Dated: 01/19/2016

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Are you thinking about  buying a home in the next couple of months?!?!

Now is the best time! And that is because anytime before May, you will not face the 'Spring Rush' which means everyone else will be buying as well! So property prices will be probably higher!!!!

If you need assistance figuring out what you best options are for buying a home, I would be happy to assist you! Get in touch with me so we can sit down and figure out your best options!Also I can refer you several lenders in that way you can find out what the best loan if for you!

Buying a home is such a huge investment! Make sure you have the assistance of a qualified REALTOR to help you through the whole transaction.

Please visit my website in case you want to search for homes for sale in the Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin and the whole Upstate!My website is anna.jacksonstanley.com


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Carolina International Group

Anna and Fred Carney are the Carolina International Group at Jackson Stanley, REALTORS using their multilingual capabilities and excellent interpretation skills they are able to bring clients from aro....

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