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The Brenda Fontaine Family Team's Added Value Service
Fontaine Family - The Real Estate Leader is pleased to announce an additional level of customer service by providing a courtesy moving van for our clients, associates, friends and charitable organizations.
Here is how it works: Reserving the van is easy and on a first request basis. Simply call the office, request the moving van, and explain how you are affiliated with our real estate team and why you need the van.
Once your request is approved, we will check our reservation schedule to ensure the date you want is available. The moving van is just part of the service we provide.
You will need to bring a valid drivers license, proof of insurance, and return the van with a full tank of gas.
We are delighted to see that our clients, home buyers and sellers are using the moving van over and over to make small moves within the Lewiston Auburn area and surrounding towns.
Real Estate Tips
Selling Your Home >When to Take a Walk
Your agent calls to say he is bringing prospective buyers to see your home at 2:00 p.m. You quickly straighten up the house and run the dishwasher. What should you do then? If you have to let them into the house--then take a drive or walk the dog!
Many owners think they should linger close by while their home is being shown. They are afraid that the real estate agent might miss the storage shelves in the basement or forget to point out the beautiful new floor in the kitchen. It is better for the agent to miss something than for you to be ushering the buyers around, so resist the temptation to stay while your house is being shown.
Buyers usually base their decision to buy on an attraction that often has more to do with emotions than pure logic, and a lot goes on between buyer and agent during a showing. The buyer needs to evaluate the home's pluses and minuses, and the agent needs the opportunity to work with the buyer's objections. This process cannot take place comfortably if the seller is on the scene.
Real Estate Trivia
What four states in the Southwest are noted for having boundaries that touch.
New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado, referred to as the "Four Corners", have adjoining boundaries.
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Fontaine Family - The Real Estate Leader
336 Center Street
Auburn, ME. 04210
Brenda Fontaine became a Real Estate Agent in 1983. Brenda has helped over 5000 families buy and sell their home. Brenda ranked NUMBER 1 for a nationwide franchise for "Top All Around Realtor" for 6 years. Brenda's success is due in part, to her caring attitude, her consistent follow through and also her strong work ethic. Brenda is supported by an experienced and dedicated team of licensed professionals that consist of a client care manager, Melissa Field, marketing manager, Crystal Bergeron, showing/feedback coordinator, Angie Larochelle, field Coordinators, Claude Fontaine & Tammy Soucy, listing manager, Marie Beaulieu, Business Development, Karen Gruver and ten Listing & Buyer agents, Bill Bergeron, Clayton Larochelle, Beth Favreau, Deb Morin, Nick Trider, Harriet Cummings, Pat Long-Cressey, Chad Sylvester, Nate Rudy, Cindy Morin & Jeanne Martin. The Family team of nineteen licensed professionals work together to help families buy and sell their property. They want to be your "Realtors for life" and they will give you superior service to earn that honor.
The Wall Street Journal recently posted America's Top Performing Real Estate Professionals on their website. (wsj.com) Amongst the top 1,000 is local real estate team of professionals The Fontaine Family Team who ranked 46th on America's Top Performer list, located at 336 Center St. Auburn, ME 04210
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