WHY USE A BUYER'S AGENT? Not only does a true Buyer's Agent need to have the right kind of experience, possess a great working knowledge of the market, a specialized set of skills that many Seller's agent's (listing agents) often just don't have or can demonstrate tested and proven mad negotiating skills, but it doesn't stop there. The really good ones have a very high level of intelligence with the legal paperwork and factors that go hand-in-hand with the purchase contract and following process. They also know how to best protect you and your money should something sour with the transaction. When you buy real estate, it is a huge financial undertaking. This is a "no on the job training" zone for you.
The great Buyer's Agents have knowledge of repairs and costs in case you are faced with a negative inspection report for the property you want. They help you get through the inspection & due diligence period. Its not always cute puppies and fluffy kittens once you make the offer on your dream home. There's a strategic ballet involved in making an offer and maneuvering it through the buying process to reach the ultimate goal. A closing.
Go with with a true Buyer's Agent*. You will be glad you did.
* Yes, we are primarily Buyer's Agents. We're really good at it !
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How do we do it for such a low fee? Simply put, we are selective. We don't take on properties** that are run down or have not been taken care of in the past like they should. Our goal is not to manage 200 or 300 properties. Our mission has always been to manage a very limited number really well—in keeping with our high level of client service that fosters future real estate business. We try very hard to keep things really simplified for the property owners. Obviously, there's a bit more to it than just that. Let's talk, so we can describe exactly how everything works so you can determine if this program is a good fit for you.
**Most of our managed properties are for our clients that have bought or sold properties through Luxemark.
Things can change quickly with lease properties. Always check with us to make sure that the property has not been rented—or withdrawn completely and to verify the monthly rental rate has not been changed by the property owner.
Please get in touch with us for all the details on leasing one of our managed properties.
One fact about lakefront properties in Florida that is indisputable—they are really great investments compared to many other types of lifestyle homes. They cost more than homes that are not on the water because "the dirt" costs more, but the lifestyle is as good as it gets. Financially speaking, they generally are a very safe bet.
Buyers and Sellers, with the exception of the obvious big picture—"Buy Low" and "Sell High", can have wildly different desires and needs. No two clients are ever exactly the same. Likewise with properties—each one has different positives and negatives along with varying items that may or may not need attention and a whole lot more. For those reasons, any Realtor relying on a "template" or "canned" approach to deliver the desired results will not produce a Bottom Dollar buy, or a Top Dollar sale. That is why we customize our approach for each client while still incorporating the proven basics.
It's important. Contracts, addendums and other documents associated with a successful real estate transaction must be carefully crafted to prevent legal issues down the road. Knowing how to write it right the first time helps to avoid snags and issues as the transaction moves along. Knowing what to look for in other Realtor's documents is essential. Then there is the closing process which demands close monitoring and explicit performance. Our knowledge and experience will help safeguard your interests.
A real estate transaction is no place to trust an inexperienced Broker or Agent. The modern day real estate transaction has many complex parts and processes that need to be carefully prepared, monitored and performed. If we see something that requires legal advice from a licensed attorney, we will know when to recommend that you consult one for a legal opinion. *No Realtor is permitted to give you legal advice. Only an attorney can do that.
Though it may seem like a closing is a lot of complex work, it’s worth the time and effort to get things right without last minute hurrying and stress. It involves many steps and procedural formalities. A lengthy list of things has to happen--mostly in the proper order--before you can close. We will carefully guide you through the entire process keeping your best interests in the forefront.
"We will keep your best interests in the forefront.
Ahead of all others. Ahead of our own.”