Sold our house in 8 days for asking price.
Found us a new home in the location we wanted and closed on both houses the same day. Loved her! She was very easy to work with. Had good suggestion for selling our house and responsive to phone calls and texts. Had a nice program where we could sign documents online and made things that much easier.
Lora really cares about all of her clients.
She is always willing to answer questions, she is very reliable, and does an amazing job with finding you a home or selling one. We have used her multiple times and have always felt like we were in the best hands possible. She is honest, hard-working, and very good at what she does. I highly recommend using her services no matter what your situation is, she is a problem solver and will help you out like you are her family. We will definitely use her as our realtor again whenever needed
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