Relocating to Monroe County or Downriver

Dated: 04/22/2018

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Moving To <a href='[]=1&types[]=2&areas[]=city:Monroe&beds=0&baths=0&min=0&max=100000000&map=0&quick=1&submit=Search' title='Search Properties in Monroe'>Monroe</a> County or Downriver

Moving to Monroe County or Downriver?  Let's Talk!  

By sharing the details of your moving plans - your timeframe, priorities, and housing preferences - together we can help you form a plan.  

1.  Learn About the Area.  Explore my website's Resources page to learn more about area schools, attractions, etc.   Have a question about the area?  Call me and I'll do my best to help. 

2.  Learn About the Local Market.  Allow me to set up email searches to let you know what is going in the current market before you even arrive.  That way, you can quickly become more familiar with pricing trends and which markets are hotter than others.  

3.  Plan a Visit.  Planning a house hunting trip?  Let me know when you're coming and I'll set up some home showings for you. 

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Rhonda Wright

For most people, a home is one of the largest purchases they will ever make. My clients hire me to make the process of buying or selling their home go as smoothly as possible. At the end of the tran....

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