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Old 10-29-2005, 08:36 PM
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Lightbulb Realtors are expected to not just sell houses but ...

People moving to a city expect Realtors to not just sell houses, but bridge gaps into unfamiliar territory and help make their new community feel like home.

Among the biggest concerns people have when moving is for their children's education. People want to know about schools in the district and Realtors are commonly the ones to field these questions.

"The first contact many people have when they come to Jefferson City is with a a Realtor," Realtor Cathie Hirschvogel said. "The more information we have at our fingertips about the schools, the better."

To help Realtors answer these questions, the Jefferson City Public School district hosted a bus tour on Tuesday to four schools buildings.

More than 20 Realtors signed up for the tour, hoping it would give them tools they need to help make moving to the capital city a smooth transition for the many new residents they encounter each year.

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