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Cover of Joan Herlong's first book — a non-fiction, informative read about the ins + outs of real estate.

Joan Herlong, the number one selling Realtor by sales volume in the greater Greenville area†, launched her first book — a non-fiction, informative read about the ins + outs of real estate.

Photo provided by Greenville Real Estate Media

Whether you’re a buyer, seller, real estate agent, or aspiring real estate professional, Joan Herlong’s debut book “As Is: An Insider’s Guide to Real Estate” can help you expect more, get more, and win in real estate.

Expect to:

  • Learn why most Realtors fail (and how to avoid those traps).
  • Read about the things that buyers + sellers need to know about the process.
  • Understand how to manage the unexpected parts of the real estate world.
  • Learn leadership and business tips from a 30-year veteran in the business.
  • Laugh — there’s never a dull moment in real estate.

Download the first chapter

† Source: Greenville MLS

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