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Dylan Walter has lived his entire life on the Connecticut Shoreline and considers himself a Real Estate expert in the Greater Old Saybrook Shoreline area. His clients appreciate his honesty and have described his demeanor as one they would seek in a friend.
"Dylan was the first agent I ever encountered who was not only knowledgeable about the home buying process but who genuinely cared about getting us in the right home," says John Klick, one of Walter's clients from East Lyme. "He diligently followed up and was always quick to respond and finally showed me how valuable a realtor can be. In the future, we will not go with anyone but Dylan."
And this feedback is one of the reasons why Walter's tagline is "Get it Done with Dylan." He is thorough, motivated, and truly dedicated to all his clients.
"I look forward to working with everyone, from assisting them in finding their ideal home for their present needs or selling their house so they can quickly start creating a new chapter in their lives," says Walter.
His client Jessica Bogucki can attest to his rapid response time.
"Dylan is a great realtor who really hustles to make things happen for his clients," says Bogucki. "He helped me get a showing by lunchtime and put in an offer before the workday was done. There were multiple offers on the house I wanted, and his hard work and enthusiasm ensured I got the house and we closed the deal."
Walter's strong interaction skills may be attributed to his education. He received a B.A. in communication from UConn in 2006. Today, Walter holds professional specialties in aerial photography, internet marketing, content generation and distribution, and creative methods of niche marketing as well as broad marketing to target today's internet consumer. Dylan is aware of buyers' and sellers' needs in an ever-changing market.
Walter's recent real estate achievements have included the 2017 and 2018 Chairman's Club, which celebrate the top 10% in sales company wide. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Connecticut Association of Realtors, and the New Haven/Middlesex Realtors.
When he is not selling homes, Walter uses his free time to volunteer with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Clinton Welcoming Committee, and is a Member of the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Clinton Chamber of Commerce. He is an avid golfer (self-admittedly, he is not very good, but rumor has it he's working on it), is a huge NHL and NFL fan, and loves his family, especially his niece, Maris.
This information was provided by Dylan Walter of William Raveis, located at 33 Main Street, Old Saybrook. For more information, call 860 227 5277 or email Dylan.Walter@raveis.com.
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