F.C. Tucker Fort Wayne Realtors Has A New Name And A New Direction

Local real estate brokerage in Fort Wayne, Indiana has undergone a brand transformation. Now known as F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS, this represents a renewed focus on helping residents of Fort Wayne access the advice they need when buying, selling, or managing property.

September 16, 2019 / / —

After seven years of serving clients in the area, F.C. Tucker/Malcolm & Schlueter REALTORS has undergone a transformation. Now known as F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS, the team is bringing a new name, and a new focus, but the same commitment as ever. With this renewed focus, they aim to stand out as the premier real estate company in Fort Wayne by putting clients first.

New name, same commitment
F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS has narrowed its focus and redoubled their efforts in helping their clients navigate the worlds of residential real estate, commercial real estate, property management, and relocation services.
With this doubling down on real estate service above all else, they have been able to shift focus, hiring more well-trained professionals who understand the local property markets, can read the trends, and be knowledgeable about the laws governing their profession. F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS have already served as the leading real estate company in Northeast Indiana, but the change only cements that dedication to their clients looking for, selling, or managing property in the Fort Wayne area.

An online revamp
Alongside the name change, F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS has been expanding its online offerings, too, with updates to the site making it all the more accessible and helpful to those on the website. Visitors to their website will be able to look through single family homes, multi-family homes, condos, open houses, vacation homes, investment properties, lots and lands, commercial property, and upcoming auctions through the website.

Visitors can browse the real estate market freely, viewing current and upcoming open houses, finding the newest listings, and even spotting the price reductions, highlighted for them on the website. The F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS website makes it easy to choose your preferred neighborhood to ensure you get the property where you want. For sellers, they have a free online market analysis service to help you get a better understanding of your home’s current market value and what price it might be best sold at. With a MyTucker profile, both buyers and sellers can enjoy a free, no obligation account to stay updated on all developments, deals, and changes in the market, too.

Fresh leadership
Led by Melissa Schlueter, the owner of the firm, as well as one of its brokers, F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS continues to evolve. To learn more about the changes to the firm, as well as the services they provider, visit the F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS website.

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Editor’s Notes: Please direct any press enquiries to Melissa Schlueter, owner/broker of F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS. She can be found on 260-413-8374 or at 10351 Dawsons Creek, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825. All email enquiries can be sent directly to melissa.schlueter@talktotucker.com.

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Name: Melissa Schlueter
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Organization: F.C. Tucker/Fort Wayne REALTORS
Address: 10351 Dawsons Creek, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825
Phone: 260-413-8374
Website: https://www.talktotucker.com/

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