David Philips is a genuine person. He treats everyone like family! David Philips was great! He worked so hard to sell my house. He went above and beyond to make my experience a positive one. David sent me many text messages to update me on the progress of selling my home. I will recommend David to everyone I know! Also the Century 21 office was very hard working and ver pleasant to deal with.
Gretchen East Aurora
David Phillips reputation is well known in town, as is highly respected. David Phillips sold my home quickly, professionally, and went above and beyond all expectations in the care of my home and thissale. David Phillips was always professional and upfront with all concerns; he never left us wondering what was going on, thanks to his honest, prompt communications. David Phillips performance as well as the other staff at Century 21, was courteous, honest, clear, concise, and professional at all times. I would highly recommend David Phillips and Century 21 to anyone buying or selling a house. Knowing David Phillips was overseeing the sale of my house, relieved any stress that I would have normally associated with the sale of my home; I am grateful that he was there to see everything was taken care of properly.
Heidy Coleman, East Aurora NY
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