In this informative conversation with Tracy Dupler, you'll learn something to help you overcome the typical real estate brokers' challenges. We will outline the essential factors to remember when negotiating a property for the first time and tune in for her bizarre anecdote about her first and most demanding client.
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About Tracy Dupler
Tracey Dupler is a broker, and the owner of Tracy Dupler Realty Group, powered by exp realty. She is located in Raleigh, North Carolina, she helps people by referrals all over the State and serves clients locally. Tracy is in the service industry. She matches, searches, finds, listens, and works solely for your needs and goals. Her knowledge of the areas, the history, and the quality of homes and local builders allow her to make sure you move into a fabulous dwelling you can call home. With those connections, the resources she has are far beyond your expectations.
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