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Please Call For Address Sanford, FL 32746

I have used Jaclyn many times. She is by far the best I have ever worked with. I have been in this business for many years and you do not find many like her. She is professional, reliable and great at her job. I give her my highest recommendation!

Becky Mason on 9/20/2019 7:47:12 AM

We contacted Jaclyn at the last minute for a late night closing. The seller''s refused to sign the documents without having their check in hand, which was virtually impossible since this was a mail away. Jaclyn de-escalated the matter by agreeing for a reasonable fee to meet the sellers at their bank the next day when the wire would be sent so that she could collect the signed documents in order to overnight them to me. I call this going above-and-beyond the call of duty! I cannot thank Jaclyn enough for her professionalism!

Donna Hearne-Gousse on 4/25/2018 6:26:27 AM

 

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