York Simpson Underwood Broker Earns Seniors Specialist Designation

Posted by Tobias Hough — October 4, 2007

Raleigh, N.C. – (Oct. 5, 2007) – Dolores (Dee) Schnaidt, a broker associate with the North Hills office of York Simpson Underwood Realty was recently awarded the Seniors Real Estate Specialist® professional designation by the Senior Advantage Real Estate Council® in Murphys, Calif.Seniors Real Estate Specialists help seniors make wise decisions about selling the family home, downsizing, managing capital gains and estate-tax implications of owning real estate, moving to a senior community, and other issues. By earning the SRES designation, Schnaidt has demonstrated that she has the requisite knowledge, experience and expertise to be a Seniors Real Estate Specialist.The Senior Advantage Real Estate Council® tracks the special issues and needs of senior property owners and provides education to REALTORS® who make seniors an important focus of their business.Dolores Schnaidt can be contacted at 919.227.7364 or deeschnaidt@ysuhomes.com. The North Hills office of York Simpson Underwood Realty is located at 3700 Computer Drive, Raleigh, N.C.York Simpson Underwood Realty’s (www.ysuhomes.com) mission is to provide the highest level of real estate and related services in the Triangle through a team of professionals dedicated to exceeding our clients’ expectations and through active community involvement.

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