Andrew Patton is a resource that can aid if you are considering purchasing real estate.
If you are a State Department Employee buying real estate purchase, one of the barriers to cross will be your cash at settlement. That’s true whether you’re deliberating the possibility of a end unit townhouse like 4223 Main St or any other end unit townhouse like this end unit townhouse at 4223 Main St. But here's the good news: Nesbitt Realty can help with your money for settlement fees.
But, what does that mean? By that I mean if you allow Andrew Patton to represent you as your agent when you get a home like this end unit townhouse at 4223 Main St, then Nesbitt Realty will pay a rebate of $1,717 toward your funds for 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.
It only makes sense to use our offer as part of your down-payment.
Andrew Patton is a local guru on real estate in Alexandria, Virginia, and Andrew Patton works for a small brokerage. Why do our clients love us? Because we love our clients. On top of all that, Andrew Patton will pay a State Department home-buyer credit of $1,717 toward your cash for your closing costs. Please email Andrew Patton for learn more about the details.
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