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 Renee K. CooneyRenee K. Cooney 

Renee K. Cooney, PLS, ABR®, SRES®
Owner / Broker / Realtor®      NC Real Estate Instructor  & Surveyor


Cell: (828) 371-4360

 Office: (828) 369-3000

Fax: (828) 369-3609

Legacy Properties by Renee

459 E. Palmer St.

Franklin, NC 28734





Heather Ball,  Broker Associate

 Cell: (330) 205-9885


Belinda Sanders,

Broker Associate

Cell: (828) 421-6509


Chelsie Pinkerton, Broker AssociateChelsie Pinkerton, Broker AssociateChelsie Pinkerton, Broker Associate

Cell: (828) 342-1457

Everyone, at some point during home ownership, will need the experience and use of a repairman. Some points to consider when hiring a handyman...

  1. A handyman is defined as a person that can do the job or jobs you need done around your home.
  2. A handyman is not capable of doing everything… pressuring a handyman to do work he is not comfortable with may lead to disappointment.
  3. Handymen come in all flavors, sexes, ages and sizes. Not just a male profession any more, handywomen are becoming more and more common. Though many think of handymen as retirees or part-timers supplementing their incomes, the fact is that thousands of people of all ages are professional handypeople who make their living through this work!
  4. So… there are professional and part-time handymen. A pro will most likely have wider experience and hence be a little more costly to hire. A part-time handyman will have a more narrow range of skills but may be more reasonably priced.

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