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Century 21

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3305 Long Prairie Rd Ste 105, Flower Mound, TX 75022

(972) 691-9987

Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Operational since 1937, CENTURY 21 Judge Fite Company is a provider of real estate services to customers across North Texas. Located in Flower Mound, Texas, it offers a range of services, such as cendera funding, judge fite insurance, property management, real estate training, connections network and relocation services, among others. The company has developed state-of-the-art marketing and technology. CENTURY 21 Judge Fite Company s Commercial Division specializes in retail leases, income producing and investment properties, land, office, industrial and many other commercial real estate services. Texas Monthly Magazine has named it as one of the Best companies to work for in Texas.
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Fax: (972) 539-6392

TollFree: (800) 657-9539

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Century 21 Judge Fite Company

Century 21 Judge Fite

Century 21 Real Estate LLC

Century 21 Real Estate

Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Consultants
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Specialties: Apartment, Houses, Resale, Buyers, Homes, Property Management, Commercial & Business Property, Multi-Family, Real Estate Transactions, Auctions, Purchasing, Industrial Property, Foreclosures, Marketing, Consultations, Estates


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Avoid judge fite!!!

Avoid century 21 judge fire at all costs.

We are currently trying to sell our home and it's been a month on the market and we have only gotten 3 showings. According to our CMA- we had the house listed at a good and fair price. When I would ask my agent what we could do to maximize our exposure, she wouldn't suggest anything just lower down the price.

After only a month, I feel like all she did was just post our house online and may I add with wrong information because all the room sizes in her listing were wrong. She probably scared buyers away by listing that our master is 15x12 when it's really 20x20!!!

After asking her for a termination letter of service she said it would be no problem and that i wouldnt have to pay anything.

And this is where the real headache began.... I got a call from the broker which is also the regional manager, Ben Yeats(jerk!!) and he kept arguing with me that Our agent has no idea what she waslking about and that she has no jurisdiction over our listing but that the listing belongs to him nd that we have to pay him $1000 for him to release our house. I had only been dealing with our agent until this point and never spoken to anyOne else about my house listing and now this dude comes out of no where and is giving me the hardest time about releasing my house when my agent had said it would be no problem.

Just avoid this place and go with a nice realtor from Keller Williams or anyone else but judge fite!!!!



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I started my relationship with Century 21 Judge Fite via an associate broker. Initial thoughts were positive. Unfortunately, after I asked a couple of questions and asked for references, I was told by the agent that she had asked that I be reassigned. She stated that my time frame (July-August) conflicted with her vacation plans. So what does this say to a client? It says: My time (as a real estate agent) is more important than yours (the client). Note that she never asked me how firm my August close date was. In fact, I had previously told her that I was in no hurry. It sounds like she was either unwilling to answer my questions (such as, how long have you been in real estate, can you provide references?) or thought of me as an inconvenience to her schedule. Beware of this agent and her company; in my experience, they value their own time over yours. Last note: I contacted this company through USAA MoversAdvantage. Any reassigning should have been on their end--not hers.

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