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125 S Laurel St , Springfield - GA 31329
Office: 1-912-665-5994

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About Eden Browne

 As a Realtor, my first priority is to make my clients happy. I listen to my clients wants and
needs to ensure that I find my clients their dream home or land. I guide my clients through
the entire purchase of the transaction so it is fun and stress-free for all parties involved.
When is comes to selling your home, I provide expert advice on how to have a quick, easy
and stress-free sale of the home. I also provide tips and tricks on how to stage your home,
professional photos and open houses until your home is sold. My clients can count on me
any time of the day when they have questions or concerns.

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