Pensacola Real Estate Expert Agent Shane Willis Publishes New Podcast on Why Agents Are Needed Today

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Shane Willis, an award winning Pensacola Real Estate agent and best-selling author, recently published a new Podcast on the dangers of not using an Agent

PENSACOLA, Fla. - May 16, 2018 - eTradeWire -- As an award-winning Pensacola REALTOR® and Best-Selling author, Shane Willis understands real estate and is a respected leader in the real estate industry. Shane recently published a new podcast discussing why agents are needed today

"In today's world of Alexa, Google, and Siri, information not only flows from your fingertips, but from you just asking. The problem is people do not know what they do not know, so they do not know what to ask." says Shane

In the podcast Shane discusses why an agent is crucial. Shane states, "We live in a very litigious society, and I have helped many people who did not even know they were taking a risk avoid it altogether. A good Real Estate Expert should be used every time for maximum success. "

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Shane Willis has been helping homeowners and real estate investors for over 20 years. As a Florida resident and homeowner, as well as an income property owner and manager, Shane understands the challenges his clients face when making important real estate decisions. Shane blends his marketing savvy and education with his real estate and financial knowledge to help you maximize the investment potential of your home or other real estate.

A recognized expert in his field, Shane Willis is frequently called on to teach conferences and workshops for agents and investors. Shane is a Best-Selling author of multiple books, and an Award Winning Broker.

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