Andrew Patton is here to help if you are considering purchasing real estate.
Our cash rewards can be used to pay some of your the closing costs and you still have the satisfaction of working with a locally-owned business. When you work for the Department of State, one of your biggest hurdles you'll need to clear is your funds to close. That’s true whether you’re thinking about your own home like this example of detached home at 110 S Spring St or any other place like 110 S Spring St. But Nesbitt Realty has a (partial) solution: Nesbitt Realty can help with your cash at settlement.
What does that mean precisely? It means if you allow Andrew Patton to represent you as your agent when you acquire a residence like this detached home in Kerr’s Addition at 110 S Spring St, then I will pay a credit for State Department buyers of $4,418 toward your closing costs. Naturally, details and restrictions apply. For example, obtaining a mortgage or use of any specific lending institution is not a requirement to earn Nesbitt Realty's Cash Rewards.
Our rebate can be the difference.
Andrew Patton is a remarkable guru on real estate like this mid-market detached home at 110 S Spring St, and Andrew Patton works for a locally-owned family-run real estate brokerage. Contact us at (703)765-0300 to speak to a real estate agent that cares about your needs. Plus, Andrew Patton will pay a State Department home-buyer credit of $4,418 toward your money for settlement fees. Please get in touch with Andrew Patton for learn more about the details.
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