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RE/MAX Land and Home opens doors in Luverne

LUVERNE -- David Hup and Billy Cowell know real estate. The business partners are well known in their community for renovating local properties, as well as buying, selling and renting area homes. The duo will now open the doors to RE/MAX Land and...

LUVERNE - David Hup and Billy Cowell know real estate.
The business partners are well known in their community for renovating local properties, as well as buying, selling and renting area homes. The duo will now open the doors to RE/MAX Land and Home, marking their official foray into the real estate business as Realtor/owners.
Staying true to its name, RE/MAX Land and Home will specialize in residential and commercial real estate while also focusing on the buying and selling of land and agricultural land. The office is affiliated with RE/MAX INTEGRA, Midwest, the regional body for RE/MAX franchises in Minnesota.
“Honesty and integrity are important to us, not only as new Realtor/owners in the community, but as lifelong residents of Luverne,” Hup said. “These are our friends and neighbors, and it is our hope with this new office that we’ll be able to offer the community an easy and anxiety-free way to buy and sell homes and properties. Our main objective is to quickly sell properties for the seller and to find the perfect home for buyers.”
Cowell echoed Hup’s sentiments.
“RE/MAX is such a trusted name in real estate, and we are excited to be able to offer that to area residents and to those moving into the community,” Cowell said. “When potential buyers and sellers see the RE/MAX sign and balloon, they know the property is represented by the company that sells more real estate than anyone else - and we are so glad to be a part of that.”
Currently located at 117 E. Main St., the office is staffed by Hup and Cowell with future plans to add more agents and expand their business.

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