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ATTENTION: Warren, Washington & Saratoga County Homeowners

“How to Sell Your Home”
— For the Highest Price, Quickly, in Today’s Market—

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If you’re thinking about selling your home
by yourself or through an agent...
Attend a FREE Seminar
Tuesday, Sep 17
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
(Coffee & Dessert)
The Queensbury Hotel
(Adirondack Room)

88 Ridge St.

Thursday, Sep 19
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
(Coffee & Dessert)
Fort William Henry Hotel
& Conference Center
48 Canada St.

*** Attend and you’ll be entitled to a “FREE Market Analysis” of your home! ***

At This FREE Seminar, You’ll Find Out...

✓ 4 key ingredients to setting a price

✓ 3 techniques you can use to

✓ 9 low-cost ways to improve your

✓ 6 qualities to look for in an agent,

✓ How to ensure a buyer is qualified

✓ What important steps to take

for your home — to generate
offers quickly.

home to attract buyers and bring
higher offers.

to buy your home before you take
it off the market.

help ensure the offer you accept
doesn’t fall through.
so you can relax knowing your
sale is in good hands.

before you post a “for sale” sign
in your front yard.

“It will change the way you view selling your house!”
Your Speaker...
Robert Regan will speak to area residents about
how to sell their homes for the highest price. As a
Real Estate Attorney, Associate Real Estate Broker
and former Mayor of Glens Falls, Mr. Regan
offers rare insight on the local market and proven
techniques to get the highest price — this seminar
will be “informative & entertaining.”

RobeRt A. RegAn, esq.
Associate Real Estate Broker

935 New Loudon Rd.
Latham, NY 12110
518-321-6071 mobile
Serving Saratoga, Warren & Washington Counties

Seating is Limited, So Call (518) 824-6520 now!
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