Sabes que hablamos Espanol?

Dated: October 4 2018

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?Es sierto nuestros amigables miembros del Equipo Fuentes con Exp Realty hablamos los dos idiomas Ingles y español / manejando los dos idiomas nos da la oportunidad de servir mejor a nuestros clientes de habla hispana en la Florida Central.

Si tu eres una persona que domina español en nuestra area le conviene tenernos a nosotros como sus representates en tan importate negociacione como lo es la venta y compra de Real Estate. No te dejes llevar por un Realtor que necesesite traducción en la transacción de tu inversión, tu necesitas entender 100% la negociación, usanos que hablamos tu idioma!

Hemos sido Realtors e inversionistas por mas de 20 años y entendemos la complicidad del negocio. Hemos hablado español,lo hablamos y lo hablaremos por siempre!!

Puedes contar con nosotros en Español e ingles!!

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Tony and Elsa Fuentes

A home is not a home because of its room dimensions or the color of the walls. It is about how you feel when you walk through the front door. And the way you can instantly envision your life unfolding....

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