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Yaneth Rodriguez of Fayetteville wins $1,000 Giveaway

Yaneth Rodriguez of Fayetteville, Ga. was the winner of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers most recent Super Sunday $1,000 giveaway. She attended an open house donated and hosted by Myra Lockhart of the Cascade office on Sept. 12.

Rodriguez lives in the subdivision and is looking for a four bedroom home for her sister, who currently lives in New York. Rodriguez’s brother-in-law is about to retire from the police department and they are looking to relocate to Peachtree City or Fayetteville to be closer to the family.

As the winner of Super Sunday’s $1,000 giveaway, Rodriguez’s name and photo appears on the Super Sunday website
(http://supersunday.metrobrokers.com/).

 New winners are announced every month on or around the 19th.

 Founded in 1979 with just one office and a handful of sales associates, Metro Brokers is the largest Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate franchise in the world offering a wide range of real estate services including residential and commercial sales; business brokerage; corporate relocation; new home sales and marketing; pre- and post-license training; and insurance, mortgage and title/closing services.

To contact BHGRE Metro Brokers, call 404.843.2500 or visit metrobrokers.com.
 

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