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Heroes Home Advantage - happy Veterans' Day




by Michael H. Wasserman

I am happy to announce my affiliation with Heroes Home Advantage, a real estate program designed to reward military veterans and those serving our country on active duty, with fire or police departments, teachers and as medical professionals - the everyday heroes who make our lives better and safer.

The Heroes Home Advantage "Caring Community" offers local heroes a chance for real savings on the cost of buying or selling a home and on key services homeowners need. There are participating Realtors, lenders, appraisers, inspectors, and insurance agents. All offer discounts that can add up to substantial savings for qualifying consumers.

Sharon Tuckman of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Chicago Property Hunters is the Real Estate Broker partner for the program. A big thank you to Sharon for inviting me to participate in this venture.

If you know someone in law enforcement, firefighting, healthcare, a first responder, a teacher or the military they could qualify for this program and save thousands on the purchase of their next home.

Let me know if you have any questions about the program, or if I can be of service to you.

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