When you're looking for a home, you probably have a few lists in your head: the must-haves, the nice-to-haves, and the deal-breakers. Hilariously, the places on this list fall into the third
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Scott and Tammy Watson are the Owners and Team Leads for GroupWatson, Keller Williams. With 47 years of combined real estate experience, a "Client First Philosophy" is exemplified by providing exceptional customer service and personal care to each client.
Their commitment to excellence is reflected within the diverse group of real estate professionals that make up the team GroupWatson, which consists of: four buyer specialists, three listing specialists, an inside sales agent, licensed transaction coordinator, licensed listing coordinator, marketing & advertising director and a team manager. By hiring a group of individuals who specialize in every aspect of real estate, they are able to educate, assist, and service the client from the inception of the transaction, to the closing table, and well into the future.
GroupWatson has one main goal and that is to exceed your expectations of a highly successful real estate transaction! Choosing a team of professionals that knows and understands each unique community is an imperative consideration when choosing someone to work with; which is why GroupWatson is able to deliver superior results with each real estate transaction.
FACT: Buying a home is the biggest investment you'll likely ever make, and it has all sorts of implications for your personal and financial future. This is why it's so important to work with the
In the world of DIY home repair and remodeling, people do the best that they can. They pour what money they have available to add value and character into their beloved estates. But then there
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