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2510 S. Washington Avenue , Titusville - FL 32780
Office: 1-321-960-5970

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About Peggy Cornish

My Top Priority is Customer Service! I will go the extra mile that needs to be done to get the deal closed!

I am a member of the Chamber of Commerse, Womens Council of Realtors, and the American Legion I specialize with working with seniors and their families through my SRES Designation. Helping them buy their retirement home I also work with the 203k Loan Program which provides the money to fix your new home once you are moved in. I help investors purchase property they can use for a positive cash flow I help baby-boomers to purchase homes that will provide the space needed to have their parents move in with them I sell to first time home-buyers guiding them through each step of the process I sell residential homes, commercial listings and vacant land I work with owners you have to sell their home through a short sale I specialize in selling and buying foreclosures I have my GRI Designation

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Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
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