I pride myself on giving my clients individualized attention. I listen carefully and attentively to ensure I grasp what their needs and wants are, and I act accordingly. I am in my 41st year of providing advice and consultation to both buyers and sellers. When I say "Your Real Estate Consultant for Life", I mean it!
I follow up and communicate in the manner that my clients prefer. If they require a call, I call. If they prefer to text, I text. If email is their preference, I'm happy to communicate that way. The key to my ussuccess is constant communication, so my clients know I'm always working on their behalf.
I love helping my cleints with their real estate needs, whether it's buying or selling. I'm a very strong negotiator, and I love using my skills to benefit my clients. Nothing gives me more of a thrill as when I help someone find their very first home! It's so satisfying when they close on their very own home.
For my sellers, I always provide a comprehensive market analysis detailing where I see their home in the market. I feel it's important to give them an accurate price range, because they are making big decisions based on what I tell them.
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If they are a buyer, I usually like to sit down and do an interview process where I discover what their needs and wants are, what their timeframe is like, and if they' are ready to move forward at this time.
If they are a seller, I like to first do a house visit. I'm happy to take as long as they need to show me through their home and idscuss their real estate needs. I then go back to th eoffiec, prepare a comprehensive market analysis, then set an appointment to go back to see them, where we'll go over my findings.
Besides having 40 + years of experience in helping people buy and sell real estate, I've taken numerous courses over the years and have earned some designations as well. GRI - Graduate of the Realtor's Institute; CDPE - Certified Distressed Propery Expert; CRP - Certified Relocation Specialist.
I do not have a tstandard pricing system for my services.
I started in this business 40 + years ago after I obtained my brokers license from the state of Massachusetts. My consistent production puts me in the top 10% of agents across the country.
I have worked with all types of people, from doctors to teachers, from tradespeople to business executives, from retiress to those newly hired in the workforce. I've done work for bankruptcy attorneys, as well as estate attorneys. I've worked with numerous banks to help them sell off foreclosed or distressed properties.
I would tell them to do their homework. Ask questions. Get referrals.
I think they should really think about where they want to be in 6 months, a year, 10 years. Will what they are doing fulfill their needs short-term or long-term?