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Follow-up: 762 N. Redding Way - SOLD

Follow-up: 762 N. Redding Way - SOLD

This cute single story in the heart of Upland received several offers within just a few days. Escrow closed in 36 days and the appraisal supported the purchase price of $339,900.

The final meeting with the Successor Trustee was bitter sweet. The transaction went just as hoped.... a success, but I am the final link that the trustee has with Upland, his family home where he grew up, and some of his parents past friends.

His words - " Brad, you have now moved from mostly being a REALTOR(R) .... to being a friend."

Will remember this for a LOOOOONNNNNGGG Time.

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