Raymer Real Estate Services is Helping Distressed Homeowners in Warren County KY


Bowling Green, KY – August 22, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — One of the best real estate agents in Warren County Kentucky, Greg Raymer of Raymer Real Estate Services (www.sokyhomehub.com), is helping distressed homeowners in Bowling Green, Kentucky avoid foreclosure and is making the American dream of homeownership a reality for thousands of Kentucky residents.

Foreclosures and bank repossessions have climbed significantly in Kentucky since last year. By the end of 2013, 2 out of 65 homes in Kentucky were facing foreclosure. Bowling Green KY homes made it to the list as one of the cities in Kentucky with the most number of foreclosed homes.

With his specialty in REO/ Bank Owned properties, short sales, and distressed properties, top real estate agent in Warren County KY, Greg Raymer assists owners of homes in Bowling Green KY to avoid foreclosure by providing them with the tools, advice, and his years of experience and knowledge in the Bowling Green Kentucky real estate industry. Greg has certifications in GRI, SFR, and e-PRO, and has assisted hundreds of distressed homeowners by providing them with options to avoid foreclosure.

About Raymer Real Estate Services :

Raymer Real Estate Services has been in the real estate industry since 2002 – that’s 12 years of solid experience, successfully closing over 1,200 South Central KY homes for sale. Raymer Real Estate Services agents are part of the top 1% of real estate agents in the U.S. and focus on helping home buyers and sellers of South Central Kentucky homes for sale as well providing exceptional service for distressed homeowners who want to avoid foreclosure. If you want to buy or sell a South Central KY home for sale fast, work with the best real estate agent in Warren County,KY. Call Greg Raymer at (270) 784-7653 or visit www.sokyhomehub.com

Greg Raymer
Broker at Raymer Real Estate Services, LLC
3577 Cemetery Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42103
(270) 784-7653

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