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Land Office Realtors
731-668-1225
91 Stonebridge Suite 102
Jackson, Tennessee 38305
landofficerealtors.com

Firm License Number: 262162

Land Office agents have been carefully selected to ensure that the clients are represented by the very best the industry has to offer. Each agent is required to know all the latest legal, contractual and procedural changes that regularly impact a complex industry. Seminars, ongoing training, and weekly meetings are only a part of Land Office Realtors LOR efforts to provide its clients with talented and knowledgeable agents.

Land Office Realtors continues to stay at the forefront of marketing and technology. They consistently strive to keep their agents up-to-date on the most current trends, and supply them with cutting edge technology, and marketing techniques. There is no agent that has more tools and resources than a Land Office Realtor!

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