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For how much are you going to sell your home?
If you are going to sell a property, a CMA (Comparable Market Analysis) is a must and here at BLUE ONE Realty we will assist you in getting the right asking price for your property.
This evaluation is performed by doing a comparable analysis of the properties that have been sold or are offered for sale in your neighborhood.
BLUE ONE Realty offers you this service at no charge by completing the form below Why?
Just because we want you to be ready to sell your property in a professional way and succeed with it!
By visiting this section you can be informed about the home selling process and for how much your home should be valued and more…! - Sell your Home in Florida
I have worked with Natalia Arias of Blue One Realty since past 5 years in listing my home and finding a tenant as well as managing my home. Not only Natalia but her staff is super efficient and professional. They are taking care of every tiny detail regaring managing my home - from calling handy man to fix stuff to help me with issues with HOA. Even though Natalia is busy with other clients showing and renting properties, we have always received undivided attention. The best trait that I found in Natalia is that she will treat your home as her home, and pay attention to every detail. I highly recommend her to be your help in finding your next dream home. Property manage a home
Natalia has been great in understanding my needs and finding the right properties. Thru her I have been able to find not only my primary residence but also a property to invest in Miami. After over 10 years of dealing with different people in the real estate industry I definitely believe that Natalia understands the business. It has been a great experience over all. Sold a Condo home in 2012 for approximately $300K in Brickell, Miami, FL.
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