For people interested in Detroit Michigan Real Estate Companies, Dual Agency Podcast has just released a video review of C Miles Realty.
This video covers C Miles Realty – Detroit Real Estate company, a customer service based Brokerage going above and beyond to focus on the satisfaction of their clients and the success of their agents. Although small in size our stats and reviews compete with the big box companies. Team member motivation has been a key to their agent’s success. C Miles Realty continues to motivate their agents with monthly incentives, daily recognition, team builders and yearly awards which has led to continued success and growth in the Detroit real estate company year after year.
C Miles Realty showcases Detroit’s luxurious historic homes owned by some of the forefathers of the auto industry. Detroit has a unique real estate market in which you can find $75,000 home and $750,000 all within 30-40 minutes of each other. Although hit hard in the recession the comeback has been strong and consistent with values at and above where they were before 2008. Covering a large array of properties from downtown Detroit to inner city to the suburbs that are surrounded by a number of beautiful lakes and waterfront views across Southeast Michigan.
This new podcast video review can be viewed at this link: https://youtu.be/DXi1Vxn3lLE
Owner of C Miles Realty, Charvez Miles says “Honest reviews of our business are always welcome. Trust our team of agents to locate the very best home for you and your family, one that meets all of your needs and dreams. Our job is to work hard for you and make your dream come true. We specialize in locating the perfect luxury homes for our clients. We treat every purchase with the respect it deserves, ensuring that the price negotiated is fair for all parties”.
More information about C Miles Realty, Detroit Real Estate company can be found at https://www.cmilesrealty.com
C Miles Realty
41000 Woodward Ave
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