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Buyer’s Tip – Car Before Closing
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Buyer’s Tip – Car Before Closing

Large purchases skew your debt to income (DTI). Puts your loan pre-approval at risk. Could delay or even prevent closing. https://youtu.be/5YxoOEk2HdQ

How Friealtor Markets your Home
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How Friealtor Markets your Home

How Should My Friealtor Agent Be Marketing My Home For Sale? When selling a home, marketing is the most important factor that will lead to a successful sale. A very popular FAQ from home sellers relates to real estate marketing and how their…

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Seller’s Tips-Video Tours

Seller’s Tip – Video Tours Increases web traffic to your home. Boost your listing in search engines. Better layout of a home than just pictures https://youtu.be/z20iQ5rkfek

William McCoy – Real Estate Broker
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William McCoy – Real Estate Broker

William McCoy – Real Estate Broker Friealtor [Friend+Realtor] 571.882-9960 will@friealtor.com www.friealtor.com For Immediate Release: Get to Know William McCoy, Friend & Realtor, in New Promo Alexandria, Virginia, Date – William McCoy, principal real estate broker at Friealtor, is thrilled to introduce himself in the brand’s…

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William McCoy-Real Estate Broker

William McCoy - Real Estate Broker - Licensed: District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. My name is William McCoy, real estate broker/owner of Friealtor [Friend + Realtor] licensed in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. And for over 30 years I have…

How To Get Smarter about Buying a Home?
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How To Get Smarter about Buying a Home?

French scientist Louis Pasteur famously said, “Fortune favors the prepared mind” — meaning that true advances come from being knowledgeable at the beginning of an endeavor. Today’s buyers are taking this advice to heart by using online tools and handling…

2017 is a Good Year to Sell Your Home
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2017 is a Good Year to Sell Your Home

In many ways, 2016 was an interesting and challenging year in the DC Metro area. At the start, experts anticipated a pick-up in new homes; instead, builders are still not producing enough homes. On the other hand, existing home price…

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