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Selling My Home - Information and Help - Tampa Florida

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Things to Consider When Selling Your House

If you are thinking about selling your home:
The Market in Tampa has been in a state of constant change for some time and, as a result, when a sought after home in good condition goes on the Market, at Market Price, it will sell. Therefore, it is important to know the local Market yourself, and what is happening, day by day, or hire a professional such as Jeanne. Jeanne's style is to never pressure you into making a home buying or selling decision. Her style is to educate you about the Market, so that you have the tools to make good choices in your home selling process, and feel good about decisions that you make, all the way to closing and after. 
Jeanne is a full-time professional Realtor, who lives/works locally and has a many years of experience in this Tampa Market. If you thinking about selling now, or may be sometime in the future, she will keep you updated, on what is on the market in your area, by E-Mail, if you prefer. 

 

Jeanne Wolfe
  3801 Bay to Bay Blvd
  Tampa  FL   33629

Email: iloverelo@aol.com
  813-367-3484

The Wolfe Group
Decades of Matchless Experience

Jeanne Wolfe 813-997-7654
Liz Wolfe: 813-601-4311
Scott Wolfe 813-601-5751

           

 

 


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