Help me help referrals help my clients

Dated: June 20 2020

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My clients often need specialized services when they are preparing a house to be sold, or fixing up a place before they move in. Some of them handle all of that on their own, but I’m also happy to help them find the right people to improve their property, or even to get them advice about finances, legal issues, or taxes. I’m always working on extending and upgrading my network of go-to service providers.

Here’s a list of the kinds of contacts that I refer. If you’re in the market for any of these, please let me know:

  • Accountant
  • Clean Out / Preservation
  • Estate Advance Lender
  • Estate Sale Company
  • HVAC Professional
  • Landscape Professional
  • Nursing Home
  • RE Investor
  • Self-Storage Company
  • Social Worker
  • Appraiser
  • Contractor
  • Estate Planning Attorney
  • Handyman
  • Insurance Broker
  • Locksmith
  • Property Manager
  • Registered Investment Advisor
  • Senior Moving
  • Title / Real Estate Attorney

If you have been impressed with the responsiveness, reliability, and work standards of someone in one of these categories, please let me know about them! I’d like the chance to check them out and add them to my network.

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DAVID DUNLAP

As a residential real estate executive with an extensive background in corporate marketing, I am able to apply unusually strong skills in marketing communications, e-marketing, strategic planning and ....

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