Why I write you every week

Dated: August 29 2020

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One reason I publish this newsletter every week is to demonstrate that I actually care about the well-being of my clients. Most people have some ideas about buying or selling real estate, even when that topic is on their back burner. If I can, I want to contribute information and advice that will help my clients and prospective clients make good decisions. I’m working in real estate all the time, so I am aware of market trends and the nuances of things that go on between buyers and sellers—I want you to benefit from that insight.

Once a person has decided to buy or sell property, they’ll have no trouble attracting dozens of real estate agents, and all the agents will claim that they have their clients’ best interests at heart. Every agent knows that this is what clients like to hear—even those who only have eyes for their commission. I aspire to be the adviser who has been there with you for the long haul and has already demonstrated value to you before you decide to make your move.

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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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