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May 8, 2008, 3:17 pm
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working in the new data center*
I'm a brokers associate at the rehava ~ real estate store. We have
heard about the new data center that is opening in Goose Creek and
wanted to offer our real estate services to anyone that may be
relocating to Goose Creek.
The rehava~real estate store is a new company that recently opened in
the area. We are reinventing real estate by offering rehava rebates to
buyers. A rehava rebate is a 50% rebate on commission that the buyer
receives at closing.
Our focus is client centric and our main goal is customer
Potential buyers can log in to our website www.rehava.com <http://
www.rehava.com> and use our search tool to search all the homes
offered for sale in the Goose Creek area. They can also chat online
with one of our Client Advocates, should they have any questions. The
site also offers a property manager tool which allows potential buyers
to save any properties they like to their online account or e-mail
rehava offers Potential Buyers advanced home searching technology,
superior customer service, and the opportunity to save Thousands!!
The rehava team would love to work with you in helping Google
employees relocate to the area.
To check out the details on this please visit: http://www.rehava.com
Re: relocating to Goose Creek SC to work in the new google data center
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