Laura Miner

LauraMiner


Keller Williams Check Realty
928-925-4884

I’ve bought and sold several million dollars worth of property over the past 30 years. I’ve built my own home, I’ve been directly involved in renovating several homes, bought and sold land, houses, investment property, and rentals. I’ve managed my family’s rentals for years.

What I offer to Buyers:
My experience as a buyer, and my desire for a smooth transaction. I work with experienced vendors and lenders, I’m a good researcher, (getting county records, building permits etc), I have good contacts in city, I know and have worked with good sub-contractors if repairs are needed.

What I offer to Sellers:
My experience as a seller, and knowing how to facilitate a smooth transaction. I have a large data base of potential buyers, and 5 years of experience in the Marketing of New Products with IBM. I have multiple marketing strategies, I use social media in marketing, and I partner with a staging business to help prepare houses for sale to maximize the price and reduce the time on the market

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