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[email protected] 703.855.6101 From years of experience I understand that purchasing a home is a very exciting and oftentimes daunting experience... so many choices of properties (information overload), logistical concerns (where is the best location, how long will I commute, when to move...)
not to mention committing to one of the largest purchases of your life. This may sound heavy unless you have an experienced professional by your side who is happy to walk you through each step of the process. Real estate is my specialty, and making dreams happen has been my career for the past 16 years. Whether you are a first time buyer or are real estate savvy, I am excited to help you realize your goals! Proudly serving the Northern Virginia area!
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Pamela Fell, Realtor in Northern Virginia
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