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338 River Rd , Arnold - MD 21012

About James "Buddy" Williamson

 As a proud long-time member of Anne Arundel, Prince George's County, I would love to welcome anyone looking to join one of our wonderful neighborhoods. I love Real Estate!  I have been a licensed real estate agent for over 27 years and have learned every trick and strategy to make sure your deal is the best one possible.  Over the years, I personally helped negotiate over a 1,000 properties for my valued clients.

Since I have lived locally for over 50 years, I have detailed knowledge of the area, which brings tremendous insight regarding the various neighborhoods within the community. 

Also as a proud parent of two daughters who have graduated from our local schools, I also understand the value of homes within the various school districts and work with clients to meet their individual family needs.

Professional Affiliations:                             

Certified Resident Specialist, Graduate Realtor Institute, Certified Real Estate Appraiser 

Professional Achievement:

Listed in Top 1% of Realtors Nationwide, International Real Estate Hall of Fame, Maryland County Hall of Fame 

Education:

University of Maryland, BA in Science

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