Hey KC! Sell Your Home Free

Dated: 08/30/2018

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I offer every home seller my PaulSellsHomesForFree* program. It works like this: I promise to sell your current home, for no fee, if you’ll let me be the agent on your next home purchase. The bottom line: by your saving 3 percent on the sale, you now have an extra 3 percent to put into your next home. That’s instant equity, and a win/win for both of us.

If you're ready to sell, please give me 10 minutes to personally meet with you. After you carefully review my PaulSellsHomesForFree program, you'll see for yourself that there are no special contracts, no hidden fees, and no gimmicks. Just good business sense. And plenty of benefits for you.  Call today 913-286-1113, if I can't answer I'll return your call as soon as possible. Or feel free to email me directly at [email protected]

Paul Holland

Not buying a home again or moving out of the KC Metro?  Check out our $2495 Flat Fee listing

Note - A $460 transaction fee will be charged on the selling side of all transactions.  A credit will be given upon closing on the purchase of your new home if using the PaulSellsHomesFree program.  A buyer agency agreement is required to participate.

* A 3% Buyers Agent Commission Is Required. 

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