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Now, think of that number, the last one. The number you deserved to keep but you didn't. Now think of what you could have done with that money...
Now ask yourself: Was it worth it? Did my brokers give me enough so they could keep that amount of money?
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We had a great experience with Natalia, she was researching and looking for the right house for us, with each "must have" we required. We visited around 50 houses and once we were decided by the "perfect home", she was a great negotiator and she could get a huge difference between the list price and the sold price. She was our realtor and will be in the future. Bought a Single Family home in 2011 for approximately $425K in Surfside, FL.
Compre mi primer casa con Natalia Arias en el 2010, y desde ese momento siempre vendí y compre con ella. Nunca tuve problemas, muy responsable la Sra. Natalia y todo su equipo. Sold a home in 2012.
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