Information on these pages is believed to be accurate at time of publishing.  We strive for accuracy.  Real estate is a dynamic, ever changing industry.  Information often comes from outside sources and may vary.  Author assumes no responsibility for incorrect information.  Updates in the information will be made as soon as possible after we have found that any of the information on our pages has changed or is not accurate.  Theses pages reflect the real estate in Illinois and our Bureau Valley area.  By using the information on these pages, you agree to hold harmless Girard Realty form any and all claims, actions or causes of actions.  The sale or purchase of your home is serious business.  If you do not understand something, contact a reputable real estate agent or an attorney. In the Princeton area you can contact:

Bob Russell                  815-875-4555  10 Park Avenue West
Edwin B. Jones              815-875-4066  326 Park Avenue West
Jim May                        815-875-3808    708 South Pleasant


All real estate advertising is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination.  We will not knowingly advertise any property for sale which is in violation of the law.  All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised herein are available on an equal opportunity basis.  If you have any questions or believe that you have been discriminated against, call the Department of Housing and Urban Development at 1 - 800 - 669 - 9777.


For chatroom and boardroom, no obscene, abusive or pornographic language is allowed, PERIOD!  I also will not tolerate negative comments about other Realtors.  If you have a specific complaint about another Realtor, I will advise you on methods of recourse available to you.  Real estate is governed by ethics (not necessarily laws) in the treatment of clients and the best way to police agents is by the general public making a complaint to the proper authorities.  This will address the situation professionally and keep the good name of those who strive to do what's best, right and ethical.  Many people are not aware they can complain, or how to go about it.  That's different than just bad-mouthing someone, it's taking action and making a positive change in the industry for us all.  Remember, is it true?  Is it kind?  If not, never mind!            (to top of page)

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