Andy Crowe - Keller Williams

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Highly likely to recommend

Andy is very personable as well as professional in what was an emotional period for this sale. He is not a quitter and he knows how to get things done and gets involved rather than paying a bunch of lip service just to get a commission check. He showed to be quite capable of navigating all the surprise landmines that surface with any home sale.
I would highly recommend Andy as a sales agent .

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written on 7/14/2016 by zuser20150415071444189 Sold a Single Family home in 2015 for approximately $525K in Woodstock, GA.
Highly likely to recommend

My husband and I recently had the chance to work with Andy Crowe to sell our Cross Creek condo. Andy exceeded our expectations on all fronts. Our condo had gone through an almost total remodel, but our contractor had left some of the final touches incomplete. Andy came to the rescue without us even asking, making sure all the finishes, including light fixtures and doorknobs, matched the rest of the home improvements we had made. More than that, he was extremely handy and did the work himself!

As offers started coming in, Andy made sure he explained all of our options and gave us helpful insight so we could make quick but informed decisions every step of the way. Andy is highly responsive and a real pleasure to work with in a process that can be intimidating and sometimes frustrating. I would highly recommend him to others looking to buy or sell a home!

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written on 5/13/2016 by mkmlaw Sold a Condo home in 2016 for approximately $175K in Cross Creek, Atlanta, GA.
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