Linda Urbick

REALTORĀ®

Realty ONE Group Future

About Linda Urbick

I believe that owning a home is what most folks want. Your first home may not be your dream home, it is a start. And it's not just an investment. To some it is security, to others it's pride of ownership, or a place to raise a family and be part of a community. The buying and selling process brings with it a variety of emotions, fear, stress, anxiety to name a few and perhaps joy and relief when it is all over.If you have owned your home for a long period of time and raised your children here, making the transition may be hard because of the memories or just the "overwhelm" of moving.If this is your first home, fear and doubt are your biggest enemies. I get all of this.My role is to give you the best experience by providing you with the confidence to work with me to represent you with probably your biggest investment; buying or selling a home.I can't promise that there won't be bumps along the way, yet I can promise that I will be with you every step of the way on this journey. I look forward to meeting you someday!

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