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Margaret Rome Photo Margaret Rome
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage,

"Trash Your Snail Mail!"

Listen to Briefing from 02/06/04 & Receive Handout

What can you say that sums up a person who sells homes at full price or better, who earns a top commission rate, who has people waiting to list with her, who is electronically connected in every way imaginable, who schedules time off regularly, and who manages to be a nice person at the same time? Two words: Margaret Rome

This award-winning dynamo began her real estate career 13 years ago and the Baltimore area market has never been the same! Margaret works alone-no staff, no assistants-and has developed time and energy management techniques that help her be a consistent top producer. A computer novice in 1990, Margaret has enthusiastically embraced the technology tools that help to serve her clients quickly, effectively, and personally.

With a Palm i705, email, cell phone, fax lines, GPS, and voice mail, Margaret is connected and reachable. Her digital camera captures high-quality images for her listings. And her Web site welcomes both sellers and buyers and gives them useful information in addition to quick access to all her listings. Margaret truly makes Cyberspace work! Her clients (and competitors) are all very familiar with her catchy slogan: "Sell Your Home With Margaret Rome."

Contact Information:

Margaret Rome
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
5907 Berkeley Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21209

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