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11226 San Jose Blvd. , Jacksonville - FL 32223

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About Susan Fraser

Susan Fraser is a full-time Realtor, dedicated to putting her energy and experience to work, helping people in the Jacksonville area realize their greatest dreams. As a leading real estate professional, her work is not so much about the buildings, contracts and inspections; it's about the people, their dreams, desires and needs.

There are few places more important than the one you call home. Susan is committed to providing you with the best in personal service. She listens to her clients wants and does what she can to anticipate their needs. Her clients know that she always working for them; keeping them informed and up-to-date. Her goal is to consistently exceed her customer's expectations. Susan is always eager to share her real estate expertise with buyers, sellers, investors or those who are just thinking about making a move in the future. Whether you are looking to buy a new home or sell your home, she uses her knowledge, innovative ideas, creative problem-solving and persistence to help you reach your goals. " I love my career because I can channel my energy into helping people make the best decisions when it comes to this important investment." Susan

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