Bean Group / Bedford
Bean Group / Bedford
Harold (Buddy) Pope, Bean Group / BedfordPhone: (603) 562-5186
Email: [email protected]

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I have dealt with many brokers both in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and have seldom witnessed an agent as thorough, conscientious, and ethical as Buddy Pope. The last property I purchased in New Hampshire was represented by Buddy, and, although he was the seller's agent, he did practically everything a buyer's broker would have done for me, expecting nothing in return for the requisite courtesy and attention that he showed me. When I am need of a sales agent in the future, Buddy Pope will be my first choice without hesitation.

Alex H
Buddy Pope is not simply A Realtor. He is THE Realtor in my book. I heard of him by word of mouth after other Realtors failed to sell my house. I perused his website and read testimonials and never dreamed I would be writing one so enthusiastically myself!
 
He doesn't merely obtain your exclusive contract, list your house, then sit back and wait. With Buddy, you do have a real BUDDY on your side. ...he works to market your home with monthly exposure and scores of websites and one never doubts that getting the best price available is his goal all while educating you to the current market. He understands your needs, and aggressively goes for the sale.
 
My sale was difficult and unusual, and I was physically absent. Buddy was right there anticipating, consulting, working through issues, taking care of details, and getting it done. Words like honesty, integrity, caring, competent, and detail oriented fall short of describing Buddy. 
 
His performance for me was over the top. Buddy Pope, THE Realtor. You'd be well advised to call and meet with him prior to listing with any other agent. Absorb his marketing presentation. You'll be glad you did.
Ted Kempf