Who Is Stephen Cotton

Dated: 12/27/2014

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Stephen Cotton is a resource, for all things Real Estate related.  He's a realtor.  He's a family man, with a beautiful wife and a son.  An enigma, an oxymoron, and an opportunity.  Opportunity?  Yes.  You might not even know what you need to know to make an educated decision, or even what your options are.  Stephen has opened up a world of potential when it comes to real estate.  Whether it be buying, selling, renting, fixing, flipping, buying notes, contractors, prices, resources, etc... if there's an opportunity for you, he might find it.  Oxymoron?  Yes. The list of Oxymorons include (but aren't limited to): Full-time Realtor, Quick-witted Realtor, Responsive Realtor, and Honest Realtor.  An enigma?  Yes.  If I told you that, then it wouldn't be a mystery. ;)


If you have any questions or think you have an idea but want a plan in place to get you there, give Stephen Cotton a call and he'll do his best to answer and get you started.  For more on Stephen Cotton, Google him. :)

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