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Realty Professionals Real Estate Services

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230 E High Street
Potosi, MO 63664

Fax: 573-438-7768
Last Updated: June 26, 2014

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We are a full service Real Estate company that deals a lot with bank reposessions. We handle the sale from beginning to end.

The office of Realty Professionals Real Estate Services is located in Potosi, Missouri. We service the Washington, St. Francois and Jefferson counties. At Realty Professionals, we believe in client confidentiality and have went to great lengths to ensure that our facilities will meet the needs of our clients. All of our agents have access to private offices and we have a private closing/conference room. Please feel free to stop by and take a tour of our new facilities here in Potosi, Missouri. We are located at 230 E High ST. in Potosi, Missouri. We are across the street from the Washington County Library and next door to the Ford Dealership.
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Realty Professionals Real Estate Services was formed in 2007, with a desire to offer extraordinary and confidential services to the community. Privacy and confidentiality are a priority at Realty Professionals. All agents have private offices and we offer a private conference/closing room.

We know that every client has unique needs and therefore we tailor our services to meet those needs. Our vision is "more for less". We offer more services, more confidentiality, more advice, etc., etc.

Please stop by, call, or email any questions you may have. We are here to help, whether you need assistance buying, selling, or just want to know what the house next door sold for. Call "The Pros" and see the difference a Realty Professional can make in your real estate transaction.

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