What I Can Do For You

  • Educate you through the entire process
  • Listen to your needs to understand your real estate objectives
  • Help you understand all of the paperwork
  • Handle any problems that arise during the transaction
  • Properly prepare forms, contracts and disclosures, which are required by law, and make sure that they are legally correct
  • Provide comparable sales data to assure the proper price for the home
  • Guide you regarding the repairs that should be made
  • Guide you in your selection of escrow/closing and title people
  • Oversee the closing process
  • See that the completion of the transaction is smooth, including the handing of keys and possession of the property
  • Help you spot those who are attempting to take advantage of you
  • Help you understand the use and limitations of good faith deposits
  • Advise you as to when you should seek the advice of an attorney
  • Make sure the appraisal process is handled properly
  • Help you to understand the escrow/closing and title process
  • Advise you as to any inspections such as septic, well or soil, which might be applicable to the property
  • Guide you as to how the escrow/closing instructions should be prepared
  • Properly handle the walk-through process with you prior to the final closing
  • See that any repairs or requirements are met prior to the closing
  • Advise you as to what course of action should be taken if the other party refuses to close the transaction
  • Negotiate and deal effectively on your behalf with the other party, other agents, escrow/closing, title people and attorneys
  • See that each and every facet of the process is effectively and professionally handled in your best interest

  Benefits of an Agent

  • An agent represents you, not the other side, and has full fiduciary duties, including loyalty to you. By definition, the agent has your best interests in mind throughout the transaction. 
  • The benefits of representation is the dedication of an agent to the client. The agent and client establish a mutual agreement, known as an agency agreement, that will entitle the client to, but is not limited by:
  • Loyalty - The real estate agent must act in the best interest of the client.
  • Disclosure - All material facts such as relationships between agent and other parties, existence of offers, status of earnest money, financial condition, property’s true worth, commission split with other brokers, and legal effect of important contract provisions.
  • Confidentiality - Any discussions, facts, or information that should not be revealed to others but does not include responsibility of fairness and honesty in dealings with all parties.
  • Accounting in dealings - Reporting of where any money placed in the hands of the broker is kept.
  • Reasonable Skill and Care - Arriving at a reasonable purchase price and advising the client of such, affirmatively discovering material facts and disclosing them to the client, investigating the material facts related to the sale. With an agency, the interests of the client will be represented in the transaction of the home. This scenario is different from a typical transaction where the client is not technically represented.

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