Willis Allen agent achieves coveted certification

Willis Allen Real Estate congratulates its Coronado agent Carol McGraw on achieving her Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource Certification, SFR.

SFR is the only national designation for short sales and foreclosures and is awarded through the National Association of REALTORS®. The extensive training for the designation gives agents a framework for understanding how to direct distressed sellers to finance, tax and legal professionals; qualify sellers for short sales; develop short- sale packages; negotiate with lenders; tap into buyer demand; limit risk; and protect the buyers, as explained at www.realtorsfr.org.

You can reach Carol McGraw in reference to Short Sales and Foreclosures or any other Coronado real estate need at 619-905-8965 or Carol@carolmcgraw.com.

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