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The Ballen Group of Summerlin Las Vegas Helps Another Nevada Homeowner by Selling Home in 45 Days

The Ballen Group of Keller Williams Realty has closed on 3 homes in 45 days, helping 3 Summerlin Residents of Las Vegas, Nevada

Oct 9 2013, 1:32pm CDT | by PR.com

Las Vegas, NV, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Ballen Group at Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas just completed a triple real estate transaction in Las Vegas. Jim and Debra Speirs bought a Las Vegas home for sale a couple of years ago through The Ballen Group and it’s owner Richard Ballen. “They were a great couple to work with,” said Richard “and we were thrilled when they called us again to sell their home in Las Vegas when they decided to move to California.”

“We chose The Ballen Group as we did for the sale of the house because we felt that the knowledge and experience, the capabilities of the people involved were just fantastic,” said Jim Speirs. (Watch the Video http://youtu.be/C-UORAvvwTs)

The Ballen Group held an open house in Las Vegas at the Speirs' home in an effort to find a buyer before the home event went live on the MLS. The buyer did, in fact, come from this open house. In addition, that buyer had a home to sell and The Ballen Group at Keller Wiliams Realty Summerlin Las Vegas listed and sold that home as well creating a triple real estate transaction.

“It was tricky,” said Tom Wirt, lead listing specialist for The Ballen Group “All three homes had to close at the same time as each party was ready to move. This kind of triple real estate transaction can’t be done alone. It takes team work. I’m happy I had The Ballen Group and our team of real estate specialists to complete the transactions while still providing the WOW factor for each buyer and seller.”

The Speirs' home, which sold for $330,000 only took 45 days to close from start to finish.

"What the Ballen Group had to do to bring this process to completion, just gives us such a level of confidence that we'd pass that on to family and friends and others to be able to have that same experience with selling their house, or buying a house. A very intricate process with pretty much three buyer/sellers involved. One person selling their house to another buyer in order to buy our house, and just working through all that process they just did a wonderful job," said Jim.

Lori Ballen, owner of The Ballen Group takes a lot of pride in her Summerlin Las Vegas Real Estate Team and is overjoyed that her team could help so many people accomplish their goals. “The Ballen Group closes over 100 transactions a year and ranks in the top 1% of our board of Realtors,” Lori proudly announces. “What sets us apart from others is that we are a team of specialists. We all work real estate full time and only do the one thing that we are skilled, trained and best at. This is how our team is able to function at such a high level and continually provide wow service that leaves our customers remarking, telling their friends and family, and coming back.”

Contact Information:
The Ballen Group Short Sale Nevada
Lori Ballen
Contact via Email
Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas
3046 S. Durango #100
Las Vegas, NV 89117

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