Cindi Comchoc, Associate
RE/MAX Alliance
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Cindi Comchoc, Associate RE/MAX Alliance
8900 N Dixie Dr, Dayton, OH 45414
Quick Response, Personal Attention, Professional Service

With a reputation for hard work and dedication to client needs, Cindi Comchoc has been serving real estate investors, home buyers and sellers for over 16 years. Her efforts have been rewarded with numerous sales awards and most importantly, the long-term relationships Cindi has with her clients. A manager once told Cindi - “You have more repeat customers than anyone I have worked with.”

Cindi has earned the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) designation of Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR), reflecting her experience and training in working with sales of distressed properties. Cindi has also earned NAR's Real Estate Negotiation Expert certification, acknowledging her skill in negotiation and advocating for her clients.

Areas of expertise include:

*First time home buyers
*Residential home sales
*Investment Properties (single family and multi-unit)
*Investors (first time as well as experienced buyers)
*Market Analysis
*Negotiation
*HUD and lender-owned property sales
*Land contract, lease purchase options
*Short Sales

In addition to membership in local, state and national REALTOR associations, Cindi is a member of the Greater Dayton Real Estate Investors Association (GDREIA).

From Cindi:
I enjoy working in real estate and am gratified to be able to serve the communities in the Miami Valley. I am proud that I have received numerous sales awards, but even prouder of the relationships that I have with my clients. Let me use my skills and resources to make your real estate transaction successful!

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Certifications

  • Real Estate Negotiations Expert
  • SFR- Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource

Skills

Languages:
ENGL
Specialties:
FIRST

From historic mansions to charming bungalows, from suburban ranch homes to modern city lofts, the Dayton area has the home to match your desire! 

Dayton enjoys many of the community and natural assets that larger cities have - visual arts, music venues, theatres, artist galleries and studios, breweries, diverse restaurants, and a wonderful system of parks that provides hiking, kayaking, scenic areas, and the perfect spot for a picnic. 

I love the Dayton area and how much it is changing and growing. We have wonderful historic districts, and cozy subdivisions... what ever you want our small, big town has!

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