Dont Let An Outdated Kitchen Be A Deal Breaker When You Sell Your Home

Dated: 11/26/2019

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When looking for a new home, an old and outdated kitchen can be a real turn off for buyers. Compass Concierge helps you sell your home faster* and for more money by covering the cost of services to prepare your home for the market. From staging to home improvements and more, with no hidden fees or interest charged, ever. The cost of the updates are simply paid back at closing - the process is transparent and easy!

Call me today to see if Compass Concierge can help you. (773) 807-8580

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Julie Chesne

My goal has always been to enhance my clients’ quality of life, as well as their economic well-being, through my 25+ years of experience, superior service and dedication. My mission is to develop a ....

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