Having Trouble Finding And Buying The Perfect Home

Dated: 03/14/2017

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Today's real estate market in New England is very tight and many buyers have been experiencing bidding wars making it very difficult to buy a house without overpaying or compromising on features or location.  If you are frustrated, we have the perfect solution for you!

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Contact me to talk about my off market home finder service in MA, NH and Maine.  How does it work?  When you hire me to represent you I will sit down with you to understand your requirements including home features, financing type, location and price range and then we get to work for you.  Stop randomly searching online and let us find the right house for you. We know some secrets to locating homes that are not on the market right now and that might be just the edge that you need to buy a home in today's competitive market. The great news is that we do not charge anything up front for this service and working together we can get the home seller to pay our fee.

Want to learn more? Call or text Chris Lefebvre at eXp Realty at 978-835-1776 or email [email protected] for a confidential initial meeting and discussion.  I look forward to meeting you. 

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