David has exceptional abilities in addressing the needs and wants of his clients. He was instrumental in finding us the "perfect" home. By listening to us he was able to understand exactly what we needed to make our transition from a home we lived in for 30 years, into townhouse community living. And he did so with an abundance of knowledge and patience.
Cindi and Chuck Gollwitzer, East Aurora
When I first called Century 21, this lady said that she will have one of the relators call me back. A few minutes later this relator was David Phillips. I explained to him our situation with our "challengingtenants" we had for a long, long time. At first I was kind of hesitant to go on and was changing my mind. David said that the market in the Lancaster area was good and he would not have any trouble selling our property. What he said to me was I can handle your tenants. After he said that, I felt relieved and nervous on the same note. All I could possibly think of was the nightmares of the tenants destroying our property. David established a good working relationship with these people and everything went smoothly. David has excellent customer service skills and integrity. He kept us informed of what was happening and solutions to resolve issues. Again, Kuddos for David!!
Audrey Verge, Largo
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