Cindy Shearin: http://www.cindyshearin.com/
What better proofs can one look for in a successful real estate company than the actual sales it has done? The harvest shows the planting. And when the results are consistently happy clients, we know further that such results are not mere accidents. In a real sense, that is the bottom line for a company.
Cindy Shearin, both the person and the company it seems, is certainly proud of those accomplishments. Showing some of their latest sales on its website is also both a proof of its success as a real estate broker as well as its ability to attract sellers and buyers who value the group’s expertise in the industry. To be a winner, one must work with winners. (See more: storify.com/maerrandaderkey/... )
But showing actual sales is not merely putting ribbons on one’s hat. One must allow the people who gave those ribbons to speak out and say why they gave them in the first place. Hence, the website lists down some of the testimonies of buyers and sellers who have utilized Cindy’s services. (Write a review here: customerlobby.com/reviews/30... )
Here are a few samples:
• We truly could not have found an agent with more integrity, intelligence, sensitivity, knowledge, dedication, efficiency and professionalism.
• From the first day your ideas, directions and vision were right on point leading up to the successful sale of our home.... Selling the house your kids grew up in is an emotional experience to say the least. The time spent with you gave the appreciation that you understood the emotional aspect of selling our house and for that I will always be grateful. (Read at: wattpad.com/39898379-the-cin... )
• Cindy Shearin is a miracle worker.
• Cindy is a caring and experienced professional who was available 7 days a week to help close a difficult house to buy.
• We feel extremely fortunate to have crossed paths with Cindy and will recommend her to everyone we know.
• Truly, selling our home so easily at a time that home sales took a significant downward turn, and yielding us a great price with multiple offers is nothing short of spectacular and amazing!
Really impressive testimonials for a professional worker. And these are from real people with real names. (Press Realese Reading: live-pr.com/en/the-cindy-she...)
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My flight originates in the US. Thank you so much!
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We will be visiting the ring of kerry area in May. We will be walking part of the way and was looking for advice on where to stay. We are looking for towns where we could hear some irish music. Would I have to book ahead or it being May would I be early enough in the season to book as I go. Over the years we usually travel to Europe in May and booking on the spot isn't a problem. Of course we will be spending at least a night in Killarney. How about Kenmare and Glenbeigh?
I was wondering if for example we walked from Kenmare to Sneem and wanted to more to another town that was more lively would hitch hiking be an option.
I have got a job offer from cork,Ireland and will get salary approx. 3,600 euros/month. Could anyone let me know (1) how much will be net income after reduction of all type taxes etc. (2) and living cost (for a single person including rent house (1 bed apartment is fine), food, etc)
We are flying into Dublin for two days, then taking a short flight to Scotland for four days, then come back to Ireland for a driving tour outside Dublin. The flight to Scotland only allows for a small bag on the flight. Is there somewhere safe to store our larger bags while we are out of the country that's cheap/safe? We won't be staying in the same hotel after our return to Ireland.
This summer we are planning a visit round the Uk. We booked a flight from Liverpool to Dublin for the 27th -28th July .We want to spend a night there .What was our surprise we couldnt find a decent place at a good price . As you can imagine we are on a budget so could anyone suggest a place to stay near ther centre . That weekend most places are sold out the day we need to stay or are very expensive .
Also while I am here I would be grateful for any information to help us during our day and half stay . thank you very much :)
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