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We got some great news last week.  Fort Myers, Florida Short Sale REALTOR® Betty Katke of Jones & Co. Realty reported to us that she successfully used our free eBook to earn a short sale listing that would have gone to a family friend of the owner.  Great job, Betty!  Watch Betty’s story now:

For more information from Betty, please call her at (239) 677-1818 or email her at bettykatke@gmail.com.

12 Things You Need To Know To Survive A Short Sale
If you would like a free copy of our powerful eBook on 12 Things You Need to Know to Survive a Short Sale, download it now at http://www.wingedfoottitle.com/ebooks/.  If you would like help with your marketing efforts, pick our expert’s brain – call Rich at (239) 985-4142.  And, as always, if you or someone you know needs assistance with their Florida short sale or Florida title insurance and real estate settlement services, call us today at (239) 985-4142 or contact us through the web.

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