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1B Wall St. , Windham - NH 03087
Office: 1-603-234-0347

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About Bill Eacrett

Bill Eacrett has three words in mind when he begins the process of helping new clients get
ready to buy or sell their home. Those words are commitment, determination and trust.
After 17 years of owning his own personal training business, he knows that these
attributes are the very foundation of a solid customer relationship. While he certainly will
share his expertise and provide guidance, he knows the most important part of the
process is understanding the client's needs and wants. Bill wants to know exactly what
makes them happy he will give it his all to make sure they find it!

He assures his clients he will not end the relationship with them once the paper is signed.
He has a genuine concern and care for his clients and will be ready to help them
whenever he is needed.



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