COLDWELL BANKER® OPEN HOUSE EVENTS
We invite you to visit our Open House Events to get a good sense of the current real estate market and to give you a good idea of what type of homes are available at a particular price. Our Coldwell Banker Sales Associates gladly inform you about current Aruba real estate, investment opportunities and financing possibilities. Overall they will give you professional advice about buying and selling in today’s market.
Open House Events is another example of why consumers choose a full-service real estate company like Coldwell Banker. There is more involved with selling a home than just putting it up for sale. The home needs to be properly marketed. By listing their home with Coldwell Banker, consumers will gain the additional benefit of advertising initiatives driving consumers to their open houses.
Open House Events are being held each month and can be viewed on our website: www.coldwellbanker.aw. Just click on the Open House picture for the schedule. If you would like to be informed via email about upcoming Open House Events, you can send an email to: email@example.com.
Feel free to visit our Open House Events. For every visitor who walks in the door, Coldwell Banker Aruba Realty donates $5 to a good cause.
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