Wilmington NC real estate and Kay Baker & Associates are continually embracing new technology. Potential buyers always want to see what services are available in the surrounding neighborhood. Well, it just got easier. See what is nearby before you buy. One of our vendors, Single Property Sites has added “Walk Score” to the individual sites that we use to market our listings. If you would like to see how far it is to walk to shops, schools and other locals, you just have to click on “See What’s Near” on one of our listing sites, and you will immediately see how far different establishements are from your new home. This will also let you see how “walkable” the new neighborhood is that you have picked out. Absolutely a great tool. View this on our site www.greymarshcrossing.com and click on “See What’s Near” for neighborhood information. For all your real estate needs call
Kay Baker, a life long local Realtor brings valuable knowledge and experience to her clients. With her decades of experience in the Wilmington, NC real estate market, she can greatly benefit her buyer clients in choosing the perfect Wilmington NC neighborhood, in the negotiation process, obtain the best financing, obtain a home inspection and negotiate the repairs, and assist with the final closing preparations. Her sellers can also reap the rewards of a successful and aggressive Realtor that is always eager to sell their home at a record pace and for the most money possible. Kay has a long track record of selling homes quickly and exposes her listings on over 100 websites.
Kay has earned numerous awards for her outstanding production over the years including the prestigious Coldwell Banker President’s Elite Club. She can be reached at 800-497-7325-3607 or email@example.com
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