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Joyce Oguynn
Remax/Champions
12865 Mountain Avenue Ste B Chino, CA 91710
I take the time to listen carefully to understand my client’s needs, wants and concerns. I will be ready to take quick action when required and spend more time with those who aren’t quite sure which direction to take. My genuine concern for my client’s best interests and happiness ensures the job is done!
West Covina, Los Angeles County
West Covina is a city in Los Angeles County, California. The city is located at 34°4’7”N and 117°56’20”W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city population was 108,455 persons. As of the last census, the median income for a household in the city was $78,140. Please visit the city page at my website and you’ll be able to see all real estate data and detailed West Covina statistic.
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West Covina, Los Angeles County
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