AZCO Properties offers a full real estate brokerage service for both residential and commercial with over 4000 successful transactions since 2007. Our agents have experience with traditional, REO, probate, auction and short sales. We provide our clients with the tools to make the right decision on your next sale or purchase along with using the most advanced systems to make your transactions smooth and efficient.
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Determine priorities to buy/sell and customize a plan to help facilitate the best program to achieve a successful close. Determine buyer's financial ability to purchase, location, type of home, main interests and reason for the purchase. Determine seller's main goal to sell, provide a report of value, discuss staging, condition and strategy to execute highest offer.
Aerospace engineer, software developer, designated broker for AZCO Properties, real estate investor, GRI and home owner.
For Sellers we will beat any written commission structure. Our normal rates are 2% for the sell side and will pay for an inspection and appraisal if seller buys using our services.
For buyers we will pay for the inspection upon closing
I was a real estate investor and decided that my previous engineering skills provided me the ability to provide expert advice and insight to home ownership. I also have strong negotiating skills with my clients best interest in mind.
From individuals to large institutional investors. I have expertise in commercial, residential, land and multi-family. My clients find my skills and knowledge is key to their successful closing.
A client once told me that if there was a way to close a contract, they would reach out to me for advice even if I was not the one representing them. I take pride in every sale. A recent client hired me for her first home. She wanted a home that was remodeled. We looked at nearly 20 flips in the area and went under contract three times. The first home inspection missed an incorrectly manufactured overhead beam that I pointed out, the sencond home had an undersized AC unit not mentioned on the inspection and also a pool liner that would have cost the buyer dearly in a few years. The last home we found she loved and purchased as her first home with everything she wanted and no hidden problems.
Out of all of the things that could be recommended, the inspection is one of the most important. If you are a seller, make full disclosure and don't hold back. A buyer will usually find any issue with a home during inspection.
As a buyer it is not always best to rely on the inspection. An experienced agent with the right background can catch issues and help advise on other types of inspections such as drain pipe scoping, structural inspections, mold, water easements, roof inspectors, AC inspectors etc.
In this period of flippers trying to make a dollar there are a lot of corners cut to make more money.
How much can I afford?
Is the inspection necessary?
Do I want to do any remodeling?
Do I want the responsibility of a pool?
How is my credit?
What affects my home price the most?
Should I stage the home?
Will better photos help the sales price?
Where will my listing be shown on the web?
Does clutter affect the showings and price?
Do I have an inspection done before an offer?
Where can I get a Seller Property Disclosure Statement?