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Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes Publishes Customer Reviews Online

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“”We know how important it is for consumers to make the right choice when it comes to a realtor for buying or selling their home.”"
Realty specialist Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes has recently published customer reviews and testimonials on the website, giving potential clients the chance to gauge customer satisfaction levels from others.

Alexandria, VA – Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes, a realty company, has recently published a range of customer reviews and testimonials on its website. This will enable those who are thinking of using the company to buy or sell property to learn more about what past customers thought, which in turn will enable them to make a more informed decision with regards to the realtor they use for their property.


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Those who are considering using the company can click to view reviews that have been submitted by other buyers and sellers who have used the realtor to buy a property or sell their own home. This will enable them to then review the type of service that others have received from the company before making their own decision with regards to whether to go ahead. In addition, there is a facility for those who have used the company to leave a review online so that other potential clients can view it.

Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes provides a full service real estate service in the DC Metro area, dealing with buying, selling and finance. The company also offers a range of tools and resource on its website, maps, blogs, area guides, buyer tools, neighborhood information, and more. The reviews section of the site serves as an additional resource to help website visitors who are considering using the services of the company.

An official from Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes said: “We know how important it is for consumers to make the right choice when it comes to a realtor for buying or selling their home. With this in mind, we now provide easy access to a range of resource including a range of reviews that have been left by past clients. This will hopefully make it easier for our potential customers to make a more informed decision with regards to whether or not they will use our services.”

To find out more, please visit http://www.livefairfax.com/

About Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes:

Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes is a full service realtor service the DC Metro area.

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Company Name: Susan Scheiffley & Company Homes
Contact Person: Susan Scheiffley
Email: info@livefairfax.com
Phone: (571) 723-2669
Address:6408 GrovedaleDr #101
City: Alexandria
State: VA
Country: United States
Website: http://www.livefairfax.com/

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