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Business Spotlight: Bill Oliver – Realtor

Originally Published in the August-September 2018 issue of the Corcoran News

I recently met Bill at a local business mixer. He wore a big smile on his face and was really easy to talk to, so I wasn’t surprised to find out he was in the service industry. Leaving his background in psychology and photo journalism, he started selling houses parttime about six years ago. Realty has now become his fulltime job. You immediately feel his passion for the industry, for helping first time buyers, and putting an extra effort into getting a high return on his seller’s investment.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell, Bill can deliver. Using his photojournalism background, he is able to take beautiful photographs to make any listing more enticing. He works with professional stagers who assess a house and make suggestions to increase buyer interest and heighten the curb appeal. Bill is also a landlord and house flipper. This means he can refer you to competent tradesmen if you need help either getting your house ready for sale or with updates on a newly purchased home. He has obtained a GRI (Graduate, REALTOR© institute) certification which is nationally recognized. It ensures he has advanced knowledge in the real estate business, as well as professionalism and the highest level of ethics.

If you are looking to sell any time in the next five years, feel free to call Bill. His free consultation could help get you started so you aren’t scrambling to paint, repair and refresh all at the last minute. For Corcoran residents, Bill is unique because not only did he live here while he went to college, but after a few years in Minnetonka, he chose to move back to Corcoran 16 years ago. Just 12 years ago, he was the buyer looking for homes in this neighborhood. He loves Corcoran and has seen it through a lot of changes over the last couple of decades. He can bring that knowledge to your sale or help you find a perfect house for you within the neighborhood – whichever you may need.

You can reach Bill at 612-708-0200 or

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