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About Cynthia Taylor-Dubois

If you are planning to buy or sell a starter home, a million dollar estate, or something in between, Cindy can provide the professional assistance you need in today's complex real estate market. As a Berkshire Hathaway Home Service, Realtors® associate, Cindy is dedicated to helping you achieve your real estate goals. She will carefully listen to you, making sure to understand what you want, then explore all avenues to assure you achieve your goals. Thorough knowledge of the market and dedication to complete customer and client satisfaction make her the real estate professional you need working for you. She will spare no effort to make your real estate dreams come true with confidence and peace of mind.

In addition to real estate sales, Cindy DuBois has been a resident, real estate investor, notary public and special education teacher and administrator in Fredericksburg for more than ten years. Her personal familiarity with our market, and meticulous management of every detail, will ensure that your sales process is an enjoyable and rewarding experience. As a military family member, Cindy has unmatched insights about the unique needs of military families. And with many years as an educator and academic administrator at all levels from elementary special needs to university computer sciences, Cindy will provide valuable tips on local schooling for both you and your kids! She has three kids, a yard full of rescue dogs, and a rescue horse named Shiloh.

Cindy is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Fredericksburg Area Association of Realtors, and the National Notary Association.

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Driving Time Radius

    Time it takes to drive to an outlying area form a major urban area. The driving time radius can radically affect real estate values in outlying areas of major metropolitan regions. Unless there is a unique attraction, the greater the driving time radius, the less value outlying property will have ...

  • Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (aime)

    Method of calculating the primary insurance amount (PIA) for Social Security benefits. Employees' covered monthly earnings are adjusted to reflect changes in the national average annual earnings. Benefits should rise in proportion to increases in national average annual earnings. ...

  • Hostile Fire

    Unfriendly fire not confined to its normal habitat. For example, fire in the fireplace leaps onto the sofa. Property contracts protect against damage from a hostile fire, not from damage from fire in the fireplace, its normal habitat. The insurance is designed to cover fortuitous loss, which the hos ...

  • Incontestable Clause

    Section in a life insurance policy stating that after the policy is in force two years, the company cannot void it because of misrepresentation or concealment by the insured in obtaining the policy. For example, when asked on the application if there is a history of diabetes in the family, the appli ...

  • Unearned Premium Reserve

    Fund that contains the portion of the premium that has been paid in advance for insurance that has not yet been provided. For example, if a business pays an annual premium of $1000 on January 1, the money is not earned by the insurer until the insurance coverage has been provided. On July 1, $500 wo ...

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