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208 N Allen St, Madison – Sold by Alvarado Real Estate Group

208 N Allen St, Madison – Sold by Alvarado Real Estate Group

JUST SOLD 208 N Allen Street, Madison on 4/17/2020 for $480,000 by Carlos Alvarado!
3 bedrooms | 2 bath | 2,039 sq ft

Happy Sellers to be certain when they accepted a great offer within days of listing. With our newly refined COVID-19 systems/processes, virtual meetings, and electronic negotiations, we can help buyers and sellers navigate their real estate needs during this time and stay safe. The closing might not be as fun, but the job gets done!

If you’d like to discuss buying or selling your home, please contact Carlos Alvarado, Principal Broker, at 608.438.6757 or Carlos@TheAlvaradoGroup.com

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