Introducing The Narrows Group

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with RE/MAX Professionals 94238

The Narrows Group was formed in 2010 with the intention to create a team of Realtors who treat each client exactly how they would like to be treated.

Specializing in the University Place, Gig Harbor, and Tacoma Washington markets The Narrows Group is dedicated to providing the absolute best in customer service for our clients and for all parties involved in a real estate transaction.

The Narrows Group is able to meet the needs of todays home sellers no matter what the situation. Short Sales? Jim Perry is a CDPE and has had great success in handling the complexities of the short sale process. Investment properties? again, The Narrows Group has the knowledge to help you find the hidden jewels in the market place.

Buying your first home? Scott Cowan has helped dozens of potential home buyers become home owners. Moving up from your starter home? Let The Narrows Group help you create and implement a marketing plan that will allow you to sell your home in the shortest amount of time and with the best possible results; then, you can buy the home of your dreams.

Are you a potential home owner and looking for information on how to best navigate the homebuying process? Sue Redkey provides classes on home ownership. The classes are designed to help new homebuyers feel comfortable with the process of making the biggest purchase of their lives.

The Narrows Group we're here for you before, during, and after your real estate transaction. Call us today to see how we can hlep you with your real estate needs in Tacoma, University Place, and Gig Harbor.

Comments (1)

Colleen Fischesser Northwest Property Shop
RE/MAX Advantage | Managing Broker - Chelan, WA
A Tradition of Trust in the Pacific NW since 1990!

Pooling talent and resources is a great move Scott. I'm sure your clients are going to get exceptional service and become raving fans.

Nov 14, 2010 05:23 AM

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