If you have investing in a note or are thinking of investing in one, of your first thoughts will be to the value of the note – how much is it worth and how much can you buy or sell it for? So you’re probably wondering how to understand the value of a real estate […]
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Randy & Karen SamuelWe worked with Betsy at Maverick Homes on the sale of my wife’s property. We had quite a few complexities along the way and we had some things we had to deal with. We’d highly recommend her!
Betsy was very patient, very kind, kept her word...I would highly recommended Betsy to anybody wanting to sell a home.
Natalie Hunter - Colorado Springs
"You were honest and forthright . . . "
I want to sincerely thank you for evaluating my property. You were honest and forthright regarding all my options and explained matters in a fashion that was upfront and direct. I felt completely confident and comfortable working with you. Folks like you truly are interested in win-win solutions and in an industry that can be cutthroat, that approach means everything.
Derek M Holmes
"The sale was extremely simple and was definitely stress-free... doing most of the sale from another state."You guys were quick and easy to work with and I really appreciated how much you kept me updated on the status of each step of the sale. Everything was much easier and smoother than I expected it to be . I was extremely excited to complete the sale so quickly. Thank you again, Betsy. It was a pleasure.
Tammi - Colorado Springs
"They not only helped me face my problem, they helped me move on."
I would definitely recommend Maverick Homes to anyone having a problem with their real estate. I was in foreclosure for years... Howard and Betsy had nothing to gain by helping me, but they took the time to dig into my situation and give me the information I needed to make a decision. They not only helped me face my problem, they helped me move on.
"Great service and very supportive for me."You could not have done anything better. You folks served me well. Thanks!