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Ford’s Colony Open House Tour Oct 30, 31

Have you ever wanted to see homes for sale in Ford’s Colony but didn’t want to be bothered by a pesky real estate agent ? Well, next weekend is your chance.

You are cordially Invited to Fords Colony  Open House Tour being held on Saturday, October 30th, 2010 from 10-3pm and Sunday, October 31st, 2010  from 11-3pm.

Our company ( Liz Moore and Associates) will have fifteen homes on the tour.  Ford’s Colony is hosting many of their listings as well as other brokerages in Williamsburg. Our listings are priced from the high $300’s

 Ford's Colony Open House Tour

Come by and check out the many Liz Moore listings in Ford’s Colony and be entered in a drawing  to win a gift card to Opus 9 Restaurant

You need to enter Ford’s Colony through the John Pott gate off of Longhill Rd. You can pick up a map with directions to our listings at the guard house.

If you don’t want to be bothered by any agents in the homes simply tell them you are already working with an agent. ( Mr Williamsburg if you like)

Click here to find out more about Ford’s Colony in Williamsburg, VA

Map to Fords Colony Entrance  is below.

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One Response

  1. LOVE TO COME BACK AND PERFORM FOR SOME OF THE EVENTS AT FORDS COLONY!! WE HAVE PERFORMED THERE MANY MANY TIMES!!!

    SINCERELY,
    EDGAR JUSTUS
    THE RHONDELS
    757-486-3311

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