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Laurie Flynn opens United Country Real Estate office Print E-mail
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January 14, 2012 05:23 pm

 GOLD BEACH – Laurie Flynn, owner/broker, has recently opened a new United Country Real Estate franchise in Gold Beach at 94187 Third Street.

Her office will be called United Country – Coastal Frontier Realty, LLC, & Property Management. 

“I am excited about joining the largest network of traditional real estate agents and auctioneers in the country,” said Flynn. “With United Country’s integrated network, we can simply offer clients more options when it comes to the best approach to selling a particular property. I am proud to use both traditional real estate sales and auctions to provide the highest quality of customer service and real estate success to our clients.”

 

 Flynn has nine years of experience in the real estate industry, including a background as an escrow officer. She holds certifications in real estate law, deeds & title transfers, as well as BOPTA (Board of Property Tax Appeals) training from the Oregon Department of Revenue.

“We have had the privilege of knowing Laurie Flynn now for well over two years, and we have found her help to be of superior value in both buying and selling real estate,” said Michael F. Heath, retired real estate executive. “Laurie has demonstrated a solid knowledge of real estate. I greatly admire her ability to work with most demanding clients, to take the time and energy to understand their specific needs.”

United Country – Coastal Frontier Realty, LLC, will offer United’s unique marketing services that cover the country with a reach unmatched by any other real estate organization, including the No. 1 rural real estate website, exclusive national real estate catalogs, national advertising of local properties in hundreds of newspapers and magazines, and a private database of more than 300,000 buyers. 

Additionally, by affiliating with United Country, Coastal Frontier Realty, LLC, now offers home warranties, home mortgages, land financing, 1031 tax services and other services designed for successful real estate transactions.

The United Country – Coastal Frontier Realty team can be contacted by phone at 541-425-5555 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Their full listings can be viewed at www.ucgoldbeach.com. 

 

 

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