Expert Real Estate Advice

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, your success hinges upon expert advice and service.  We are committed to providing our clients with professional services based on experience and knowledge of the local market.  We know the real estate values of homes because we work and live in the area every day.

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SELLERS can learn more about the listing process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.  We also offer a FREE home evaluation and advice on how to increase that price.

BUYERS can discover how to find your next dream home and get it, without overpaying!  We can guide you and show you home buying strategies that work!  We will set up a home search program so you can see listings and price reductions right away!

We are the agents who specialize in this local real estate market – and have a reputation for putting you FIRST.

When you’re ready, contact us.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.

An exceptional home is the foundation of an exceptional life!

Richard Denninger Real Estate

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Dealing With A Home Inspection Issue

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Making Sure Your “Wish List” is Complete

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Let’s face it. When you visit a home during a scheduled viewing or open house, you’re usually seeing it at its best. The rooms are tidy. The sinks are clean. The closets are organized and uncluttered. Even the lighting is set to its brightest. That’s just good old-fashioned marketing. However, not every ...

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