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Looking for a Real Estate Agent in Montego Bay

by Anderia
(USA)

QUESTION:

Hi! I am trying to locate a particular agent who helped me with my summer rental. If I'm correct, he works at Sugar Hill Private Golf Course, which I think is next door to the Rose Hall complex in Montego Bay.

I can't find Sugar Hill on the internet. And, I have lost his phone number.

Please, can someone help me get a contact number for Sugar Hill? Please. Thank you.




ANSWER: September 26, 2010 by Wellesley

Hi Rachel,

I personally don't know the person you are referring to but I am posting this in real time on the website. That way if anyone sees your posting they can post a comment below.

I am also posting your question on our popular facebook fan page so I am inviting you to follow the responses over there as well. Our adress is http://facebook.com/myislandjamaica.


I would also suggest you stop by the Realtors Association of Jamaica and try another search too (website here).

I was (recently) trying to locate an agent in the Savannalamar area for my sister and had similar trouble.

What I did was to search their agent listing, contacted one of them -randomly, and that person provided me some helpful guidance.

Good luck! And please, stay in touch

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Comments for Looking for a Real Estate Agent in Montego Bay

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Nov 16, 2010
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by: sprucesquad

Your post is really very informative for Real Estate Business.
Please keep it up with your posts.
Thanks

Sep 26, 2010
If all else fails . . . .
by: Jackie Caldaro

If all else fails, try doing some research on your phone/cell phone bill, try to find his number that way, these days you can go online & sign up with you cell phone/home phone carrier and they have your bill and call history right online (even past bills) . . . . Good Luck & Hope you find him <3

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