Real Estate agents are experts at multitasking. They show properties to buyers, arrange meetings with lenders and prepare offers to purchase. They attend home inspections, work with appraisers, substantiate values when needed and make sure everyone involved in the sale of a home has access to the property when they need it. They prepare listing agreements and marketing materials. We do this while answering and returning numerous telephone calls and handling unexpected interruptions that are all part of a normal day in Real Estate.
I took a step back recently and decided that selling a home in this market has become a much more time consuming, complicated process. It takes a multitude of time, skill and knowledge to successfully navigate thru the process of selling a home.
Regardless of the type of sale it will bring with it a unique set of challenges. The type of sale* will often dictate what is needed to complete the sale and arrive at a closing. The process can be entirely different from home to home. There is much more validation in the form of paperwork and accountability than ever before. When an offer is received thorough research is needed to insure the buyer will be approved and the home they wish to purchase is appropriate for the type of loan they are seeking.
I have watched other realtors struggle with the increased demand on their time when selling a property. I believe that today’s seller’s deserve the time, attention and hard work from a very focused and knowledgeable Realtor. I sincerely believe more homes would sell if the agent involved was 100% committed to a seller and able to address the obstacles every transaction presents quickly and efficiently.
Of course I will continue to show the homes that are listed with me to interested buyers and work hard to sell them. I know my Seller’s will see the difference a full-time, 100% focused listing agent will make. Please call me anytime to discuss what I can do for you.
|The Agent you select to represent you can make the difference between a sucessful Real Estate transaction and
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|HOW TO BUY A FORECLOSURE/SHORT SALE|
|Buying bank owned property can be time consuming and it pays to do a lot of research into the property and the neighborhood, but the savings can be considerable. More and more home buyers are looking at buying distressed homes (homes in various stages of the foreclosure/short sale process) than ever before, in part, because there is so much more inventory. When considering buying bank owned property, it’s helpful to decide whether you have the financing, time and the stomach for potential risk that some types of distressed properties may require. If you’re main goal is savings, though, there are several sales types to choose from: