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  Eric Hoffman has spent the better part of his adult life working with people, he started out as a law enforcement officer assigned to a Bomb Disposal Unit.  He was later recruited by one of the largest US defense contractors to work in classified programs for the US Government. 

  Eric has always worked in roles that require integrity, trust, and compassion. He takes pride in his integrity and is striving to change the stereotype that Realtors are just salespeople like any other.  Eric enjoys working with people, takes a personal interest in his client’s success and values the relationships he develops more than anything else. He and his wife live in Montgomery County, where they have spent most of their lives, they have two daughters, one here and one in college in Denver Colorado. Eric's family is always his most important work.

  Integrity, Trust, family, and doing the right thing is why Eric loves to be a realtor.  If you need a realtor that you can trust, contact him now. 

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I could not be happier with United Real Estate (Wayne, Pa). The ongoing instructional classes, the freedom, commission, and support are unparalleled compared to other agencies in the area. Rick Molner, Sandy Murphy, along with Cayla Wright, the administrative coordinator are extremely supportive and able to help with any questions and solve any problems that I might have. The positive attitude of the people at United Real Estate in Wayne are what drives the company.

- Joanne Bronstein

United Real Estate Philadelphia is very helpful. It isn't just talk here, they actually help you. I wasn't even signed up as an agent and was invited by Sandy, the office manager, to a meet and greet with the CEO, CFO, and vendors. The CEO of United Real Estate took me aside and spent 30 minutes with me one on one, attitude trickles down from the top and this company's got great attitude at the top.

- Drew Carney

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