Life is good. It's especially good if you are shopping for a new home.
It used to be that buyers spent days driving around in tense traffic, looking for "For Sale" signs or hours of their free time scouring through classifieds. Worse yet, they used to call real estate offices and verbally wrestle with evasive real estate agents in a vain effort to obtain the addresses of homes in which they may be interested.
All that has changed. Today, with a simple e-mail or phone call, we can put you visually in touch with any homes which fit your requirements.
The basics are easy -- how many bedrooms, bathrooms, and square feet. Let's get down to business. Let's talk about lifestyle, commute time, schools, parks, golf courses, neighborhoods, day care needs and medical facilities.
See, you're not just looking for a house, you're looking for a lifestyle.
Just give us a call or if you'd rather, just email us. We'll get together informally. We'll ask you a few easy questions about your lifestyle and, in a matter of minutes, we'll have a complete list of everything that's out there that fits your custom needs.
Then, once we've narrowed down the search, we'll preview those which sound the best. We'll answer your questions, give you the particulars, and help structure the right offer. Before you know it, you'll be moving in and enjoying the lifestyle you've always wanted. Call us today.
Why understanding "Agency" is the first step toward success...
Your real estate transaction is one of the most important financial decisions that you will ever undertake. As real estate professionals, we understand this and want you to be fully aware of your representation options.
"Agency" in real estate refers to the nature of the fiduciary responsibility that exists between you and the real estate professionals you choose to work with. Having a complete understanding of the nature of this relationship is the first step to working together to achieve your real estate goals.
Only after signing a legally binding document does a real estate professional become your agent. As your agent, that REALTOR® now has a legal obligation to insure the protection of your best interests in every facet of the transaction.
It's about loyalty and responsibility...
Traditionally, real estate professionals worked mostly as agents of the seller, not the buyer. Their loyalties and responsibilities rested with those of the seller.
REALTORS® working with buyers were, in fact, acting as "sub-agents" of the seller, keeping the seller's loyalties ahead of those of the buyer. Often, the buyer had no idea of the true nature of this relationship.
Today's Buyers have an option...
Buyers may now retain a real estate professional to represent their financial and legal interests when it comes to the purchase of a home. It's called a "Buyers Agent".
To learn more about the benefits of a Buyer’s Agent, please contact us directly for a free consultation.